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Embrace Lakeside Tranquility
with Beach Cottage

Where Rustic Charm Meets Modern Comfort

Our Story

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Welcome to Beach Cottage – Your Lakeside Escape! Nestled among mature evergreens, our newly renovated cottage offers a blissful retreat. Enjoy over 200 feet of waterfront access, granting direct passage to Lake Erie. Relax and savor the tranquil waters while the historic Segwun steamship glides by. Experience the perfect blend of modern amenities and natural wonders in our serene oasis. Unwind, create cherished memories, and indulge in lakeside living at Beach Cottage.

1836 Lakeshore Rd-39
Lakeside Bliss at Beach Cottage


8 Guests

Spacious Retreat for Every Family Gathering

3 Bedrooms

Comfort & Privacy for All

Private Water Access

Your Gateway to the Lake's beauty

2 Patios

Soak in the Sunsets and Starlit Nights


Stay Refreshed All Year Round

Ample Parking

Easy Access for Your Convenience


Stay Connected Amidst Nature's Serenity

BBQ Grill

Relish Delicious Cookouts with Lake Views


Enjoy TV and Lakeside Scenery


Unwind and Soak in Pure Relaxation

Fully Equipped Kitchen

Culinary Adventures Await

Cozy Heating

Embrace Comfort on Chilly Evenings

Washer & Dryer

Pack Light & Stay Fresh

Trampoline for Kids

Playful Adventures in the Backyard

Sheets & Towels

Travel Lighter, Sleep Better

No Smoking Indoors

Preserve the Fresh Lakeside

Security Outdoor Camera

Ensuring Your Peacefull Stay

Lakeside Fire Pit

Gather 'Round for Memorable Evenings

Pets Are Allowed

A Welcoming Retreat for All


Lake Erie

Lake Erie’s name is derived from “erielhonan,” which is Iroquoian for “long tail.” Aptly named, over 40 km of its sandy shore stretches out as a peninsula into the deepest part of the lake where sweeping sand cliffs dominate, left behind after the ancient glacial retreat. Erie is the most southerly, shallow, and biologically diverse of all of the Great Lakes. Its shallow depth makes it the warmest Great Lake and a favourite destination for summer recreationists and migrating birds. Lake Erie also supports a variety of industries and is home to one of the world’s largest and most valuable freshwater commercial and sport fisheries.