This cabin has become our most requested after we extended it to include a large 20x10 foot screened-in porch. The cabin was originally a log home in Hornepayne. It was moved across the ice piece-by-piece and re-built in its current spot at the far end of the bay in the 1950ís. The new porch takes advantage of its position with views out over the lake to 'Indian Island', a tiny island which was home to a number of First Nations families as recently as the 1940's.
The end cabin has 2 bedrooms with a double bed and bunk in one and a single bed and bunk in the other, sleeping a maximum of six. It also features its own dock.
All our cabins are clean and comfortable, and contain:
2 bedrooms with pillows, sheets and blankets
Fully equipped kitchen
Electricity with outlets (generator run in evenings)
Full size propane bbq grill for outdoor use
Fresh drinking water for the week
Wood stove for heat
Access to hot shower and steam bath
Power for sleep apnea machines (Please let us know when booking if you have a sleep apnea machine)