Ready for peace and quiet? Come sit on the large covered dock with a fishing pole or a good book. Or rock your cares away as you view the beautiful sunset on the lake from the front or back deck.
Cozy waterfront Cottage nestled in Big Thicket just outside Ace, Tx. approx. 50 miles north of Houston.
Our cottage is small and cozy ; sleeps 4 and is enjoyed most by couples wanting a quiet, private, relaxing get a way from the city. It is fully stocked with everything you should need except food, clothes and yourself! The small, private lake offers great bass fishing and we have a small trolling boat and a paddle boat . The trinity river runs nearby and offers a lot of wildlife to watch . There is a birdwatchers trail down the road and in nearby Livingston, Tx, there is numerous antique shops and restaurants. Florida's Kitchen is a must, as is the old fashion down town movie house.
The cottage is on a peninsula and the views of the sunset over the water from the front and the sunset on the back huge, covered dock is just awesome and to be enjoyed with that glass of wine! We would love to have you come and enjoy!
NO SMOKING inside or outside.
We do not rent to minors or spring breakers (college age); nor to groups or reunions.
We will consider house broke pets; limit 2 and under 50 pounds.
No swimming allowed in the lake
No outside boats allowed brought in (we provide a boat and a paddle boat)
2 pet limit (under 50 lbs each) . $50.00 non refundable pet fee.
Pets must be on leash at all times when outside and be house/crate trained.
Please treat our home as your own; enjoy with respect of property.
ITS OK TO HAVE TOO MUCH FUN!!!
Stay here and you could give this host their first review!
We have a sign outside our cottage door that says " It's Ok To Have Too Much Fun!"
I read that every time I go there and and smile largely because I know the first thing I am gonna do is grab a glass of wine and head to the swing on the dock. We want our guests to enjoy the same fun and relaxation the Cozy Cottage offers. I have been told we "spoil" our renters. Maybe we do.
Why don't you find out