Tea Lake Cottage (TLC) welcomes you to a fabulous private and quiet setting, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto and Pearson International Airport, just a short walk away from the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent/Severn waterway in Muskoka.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ONLY ACCEPT WEEKLY RENTALS SATURDAY - SATURDAY IN JULY AND AUGUST!
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We offer The Loon, The Hummingbird and The Dragonfly, all are elegantly decorated and can be rented together or separately. Each has its own parking and private areas with picnic tables and camp fire rings, with beautiful views of the lake, great swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and much more.
The Loon, our two bedroom cottage, sleeps 4 adults (2 double beds, and a queen sized futon in the living room). You will enjoy sitting on the deck with a panoramic view of Tea Lake or sitting around your own private fire pit right on the water.
Tea Lake Cottages is located at the north end of Tea Lake and beside a small channel that runs right into the Severn river. It provides private areas for each cottage with separate fire-pits, picnic tables, sunning area's etc. You can explore Tea Lake and the Severn River and we have space at our dock for your boat. Plenty to see and do!
Things To Do
Four Season Fun! Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Tea Lake Cottages offers it all.
Water Sports - Boating, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing and much more - Located Next to the famous Big Chute Railway on the Trent Severn, you explore the river and lakes in the area and private Crown Land areas. - Tea Lake is an anglers dream, good clean river fed lakes, with pike, walleye, crappie, muskellunge, perch, bass and more.
Shopping - for the browser, we're are close to many interesting shops, country stores, antiques, artisans, small villages to explore, etc. There is also great nightlife in the area including gourmet restaurants, top notch performers appearing nightly at the famous nearby Casino Rama, Bistro-style cafes, etc.
Nature - The area around Tea Lake Cottage Rentals boasts a wide variety of interests. Hundreds of birds, Loons, Blue Herons, as well as mammals of all sizes make their homes near these waters. The area is teaming with wildlife which never fails to delight our nature loving visitors. Adventuring visitors enjoy our hiking trails, lakes and waterways.
Snowmobiling - Tea Lake Cottages has an abundance of Snowmobile trails located on our door step, stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park. Over 1600 kilometers of Snowmobile trails provide a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways (phone number hidden)) corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities! Come see the thick forests, a multitude of lakes, rivers, streams and hills of granite. We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys.
Hunting - This is loon and pine country, a world away from the pressures and bustle of the city. The hunter's time in Ontario begins as the leaves turn and ends as the first snows blanket the ground. There are generally three kinds of hunting adventures: small game, wild fowl, and big game. Small game and waterfowl open season are usually mid-September through mid-December. Big game including Bear and Deer also ranges mid-August to mid-December.
ATV Trails available in Port Severn Permit required Area Code (705)
Cottage Country Guided Tours (Medonte - 30 min)
Horseshoe Resort Guided Tour (35 min.)
The Big Chute marine railway, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway, is an impressive "lock" which carries boats up a hill on a rail instead of raising them by water - 5 min away – a must see!
The Big Chute Marina – Local Store, Restaurant and Boat Rental Contact: Jane Conway, (phone number hidden) , (email hidden)
17’-25’ Boat Rentals, pontoon boats, seadoo rentals (email hidden) (phone number hidden)
Jet Ski Rentals – Honey Harbour Boat Club (phone number hidden) or Jack & Jill’s in Midland (phone number hidden)
Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruises.
Boat Cruise from Lock 45 (2 min. down the road) into the Trent Severn in October only
Georgian Bay Boat Cruises – Gravenhurst or Parry Sound G.Q.
Boat Cruise – on the Serendipity at Lock 45 (2 min. away) to The Big Chute from Sept 26-Oct
Miss Midland 30,000 Island Boat Cruise: sightseeing cruise
R.M.S. Segwun Boat Cruise: Guests can enjoy a sightseeing cruise with or without lunch/dinner while enjoying a panoramic view of Muskoka's lakes. The Ship was built in 1887, historically sailed the Muskoka lakes from early spring to late fall, carrying passengers, mail and freight to the many resorts and villages not served by the railways. Located in Gravenhurst.
WinterFest – around Feb 10, Honey Harbour, Winter activities, dog sled rides, fish fry (10 min.)
Maple Syrup Festivals: (March/April) horse drawn rides, pancake house, etc.
Casino Rama – Orillia
Discovery Harbour-Museum–Live Theatre–Penetang (35 min.)
The Enchanted Kingdom, Castle Village Discover life-size fantasy cottages decorated according to traditional fairy tales. Relax as you watch your children play out their dreams in this Dwarf Village. Descend the spiral staircase into Dracula's Dungeons, the museum of horror, Midland
Galaxy Movie Theatre – Midland Midland - 7 movie screens, wall to wall curved screens, digital surround sound and Playdium @ Zero Gravity game room
Georgian Bay Islands National Park , a small cluster of 59 islands, one of Canada's finest island parks.
Beausoleil Island, just off the coast of Honey Harbour, is the largest of these - includes an interpretive program on the history of this stunning region. The park can be accessed by boat only; the easiest access - Honey Harbour Parks office.
Brooklea Inn Golf and Country Club near Midland
Midland Golf and Country Club
Bonaire in Coldwater
Hiking Trails - Georgian Bay Is. National Park, Six Mile Park, See above Honey Harbour
Wye Marsh Wildlife Ctr-summer/winter nature trails, Midland
Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min.
Cycling and Walking Trail - Tay Shore Trail: 10 min. - Beginning in Waubaushene at the Coldwater Road Parkette the trail runs along the shoreline and through the forests along Georgian Bay. The trail stretches over 19 km's and over 24,000 steps winds through the historic towns of Waubaushene, Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll past Martyr's Shrine, Wye Marsh and Saint Marie Among the Hurons. Along the way see if you can spy Wildflowers, Beavers, Eastern Bluebirds, Trilliums, Ducks, Monarch Butterflies and numerous other wonders of Nature. (website hidden)
Midland Historic Murals North America's largest outdoor historical mural towers over Midland Harbour. There are more than 30 historic that celebrate the proud heritage and strength of this area. Each mural tells a unique story, from the arrival of the Jesuits to the early pioneers
Horse/Pony Riding Stables: Rainbow Valley Trail Rides, Waubaushene 5 min
Huronia Museum/Indian Village/Mundy’s Bay Store Midland – (website hidden) (phone number hidden)
Kayak Rentals, Waubaushene, 20 min from us
The Stage Company-King's Wharf Theatre-Naval/Military Establishments at Penetang
North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Midland (35 min from us) (Ages 9-16, $1/day, pool, ping pong, foosball, games, TV-movies, computer, internet, crafts, gym activities, etc.).
Saint Marie Among the Hurons - Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Is a living museum recreating a French Jesuit mission to the Hurons from 300 years ago
Martyr’s Shrine in Midland (Pope John visited in 1980’s)
Santa’s Village (website hidden) in Bracebridge
Shopping/Arts & Crafts– Midland, Orillia, Penetang, Coldwater, Port Carling, Bala, etc.
Spa - Radiant Reflections – Rawley Resort (2 min.)
Avalon Spa at The Inn at Christie’s Mill (2 min.) (Must book appt.)
Nails by Anna will come directly to your cottage
Muskoka Spa Service will come directly to your cottage
Swimming – on our private beach and dock, beaches at Six Mile Park (5 min.)
Swimming Pool- indoors, YMCA and Best Western ( Midland) (phone number hidden)
Ice Skating: Tea Cottages when lake when frozen January-March and not covered in snow or Baxter Ward Community Center – outdoor covered rink (15 minutes)
Skiing: (Downhill and Cross Country)
Wye Marsh – cross country only, (35 Min.)
Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Coldwater, (Hwy 400-25 min. from us)
Horseshoe Resort, 30 Minutes South of Tea Lake Cottages
Snowshoeing: Available at Tea Lake Cottages on surrounding Crown Land or Wye Marsh Wildlife Center - (15 Min.) Midland
Snowmobiling: We are right on Trial C you can sled from your door step and you can rent a sled from Leatherdale Rentals, Orillia ($1500 deposit - $250 per day per sled)
St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Port Severn,
Martyr’s Shrine in Midland on Hwy. 12
Knox Presbyterian Church, 539 Hugel Avenue, Midland
Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 845 Yonge St., Midland
Hospital: Huronia District Hospital on Hwy.93, South of Hwy. 12 in Midland
River House - Down the Street
Big Chute Marinia - Short walk
Driftwood Cove - Port Severn
Rawley Resort Fine Dining – Port Severn
Rivers - Coldwater
H & S Shell Diner – Port Servern
School House Fish and Chips – Port Severn
Many more in Midland or Coldwater 30 min. car ride
Palace Pizza in Victoria Harbour
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||$19 / night after 4 guests|
|Minimum Stay:||2 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$939 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$3660 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||10:00 AM|
|Pet Owner:||Dog(s), Cat(s), and Other pet(s)|
Amazing view and location. Suzanne was also extremely helpful and kind. Couldn't have wished for a better weekend trip. Highly recommended!
What a great spot! With the short drive from Toronto, this is the perfect getaway. Jim and Suzanne are amazing hosts and the energy on the property is spectacular. Waking up and seeing the lake every morning was a definite highlight. The cottage is adorable, clean and the fireplace made for a very cozy fall weekend. We will definitly return! Thanks Jim, Suzanna and Marley!
This cottage is amazing and we had a wonderful time!
Clean, well furnished and on the lake with the possibility to use canoe, kayak, fire-pit and BBQ.
I strongly recommend this place if you want a romantic getaway, having fun with friends and enjoy the beauty of the nature!
The owners are so friendly and helpful!
Thank you again Suzanne!
Suzanne and Jim's cottage was a delight: well appointed, cozy, and with a lovely view of the lake. They were warm, helpful hosts who also knew to respect our privacy. We had the perfect Fall weekend in the country with our children and our dog. Thank you!
We had such a wonderful stay at The Loon cottage. The view of Tea Lake is spectacular and is the first thing you see when you get out of bed in the morning. Jim and Suzanne are great hosts, wanting to make sure your stay is comfortable and relaxing. They even invited us over for a glass of wine! We would definitely book The Loon again and for a longer stay next time!
Suzanne's cottages are beautiful and were amazing for our stay. Not only are the surroundings stunning but the hospitality we were shown was unbeatable. Our cottages we equipped with wi-fi, cable a fireplace and lots of sleeping room. And our hosts were happy to say hello and even invited us into their home for a potluck! Not only would I recommend this cottage to others but I plan to come back. Very easy to book, Suzanne is helpful and available.
This was our first visit to tea lake cottage and it won't be the last. We had a wonderful weekend relaxing by the lake and our dog had a great time on his 1st cottage trip.
The Betts were very welcoming and their property is lovely. Highly recommend staying a tea lake cottages a great escape from the city.
We had a fantastic time at the loon!! The cottage and everything around it was beautiful, comfortable and convenient. Suzie and Jim were lovely hosts - very friendly and made sure we had everything we needed. We can’t wait to go back! Would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking to rent a cottage. Thanks again Suzie and Jim :)
This was our first Muskoka experience and to be honest the bar has been set quite high. We fell in love with the whole experience: an easy drive from Toronto, far enough from the Highway to feel you are in the wild but not too much to make it inconvenient; walk into the little cottage and find that everything you need is available (even WiFi!) and then looking out the windows and falling in love with the views of Tea Lake. We spent our days jumping in the lake, having warm starry nights by the fire pit, canoeing around the lake and taking it all in.
Had a great weekend at Suzanne and Jims beautiful cosy cottage on tea lake. Would definitely go back!
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.