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Off-the-grid, the tropical island of Canada!
Do you want to really get away from it all - on a secluded self-sustained island? Hard to get! Great big semi-waterfront cedar cabin at Indian Point, one of the most desirable location on beautiful Savary Island. 2 minutes from a beautiful white sandy beach. Off-the-grid, rustic but spacious and self-sufficient (with own electrical system) with everything you need for cooking. Interior shower (1 full bath + ensuite 1/2 bath). Woodstove, brand new big fridge. Ideal location, very quiet, no traffic, flat and shallow water, ideal for young families. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms with queen size beds, and big living room can accommodate kids. Two first weeks of July available at $1500/week, or $800/week in June and (website hidden)
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We were delighted to find this place when a small window of opportunity allowed us to visit the semi-remote Savary Island for the first time. Because we had never been here, it was difficult to know whether the location was going to meet our needs. As fate would have it WE LOVED THE LOCATION of this cabin. Without revealing the address, the cabin is steps away from a beautiful sandy beach and a gorgeous shoreline trail.
There are not enough words to describe the amazing views of sun, sea wind sunset, moonrise and the like that are steps away. The cabin was equipped with a few bikes. My daughters had a blast biking everywhere on the island.
The actual cabin is very roomy with a large functional kitchen. It highly reassembled the homes of many of my west coast friends..packed with books and homey details. This is not an anonymous sterile space.
It's Savary Island, so you must be mindful to pack in supplies and some bedding and leave a low impact.
I was really pleased with the porch!
Can't wait for a chance to return!!!!
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About the Host, Martine
Originally from rural Quebec (1 1/2 hour from Quebec City), I share my time between Vancouver, Savary Island and Guanajuato. I'm an Artist Painter/Scenic Painter, with a love for music, decorating, and good food. During my travels, I found that a home away from home was important, and that's what I want to provide for people. I have a daughter in her 20's and her and I shared custody of a very loving MinPin Chihuahua, until they both moved to Montreal. Luckily while in Guanajuato, Basil the dog adopted me. Life is very short. Why not live it! I lived in Germany in my 20's, where my daugher was born, so I understand a certain level of German. And of course, I make my way in Spanish.