The Willow Bank cottage could be the perfect place for you, your family or a small group of friends to spend time together celebrating Christmas or the Holiday Season. It’s located in a quiet and picturesque location away from other cottages in a scene that might be best pictured on a Christmas card.
The Northern Bruce Peninsula is a special place to visit during the late fall and early winter. The countryside becomes a much quieter place. Many tourists have returned home and the people that remain on the Northern Bruce Peninsula are usually the year-round residents.
As the temperature begins to drop in the late fall, the falling snow will begin to accumulate in the trees and on the ground. In time, the ice will begin to form along the shore of the bay.
Hiking the trails in the Bruce Peninsula National Park or cross-country skiing during the early winter allows visitors an opportunity to observe nature during a time of year that is completely different from the other three seasons. The birds of summer, for example, will have migrated south and the songbirds that remain are better suited to survive the harsh temperatures and the deep snow of winter.
The Willow Bank cottage is well insulated and has electric baseboard heaters throughout to ensure visitors will be warm and cozy inside on the coldest of days. The gas fireplace in the entertainment room on the lower level adds both a warmth and a lovely ambience to the cottage.
"Celebrate the Holidays in the Country" is the name created to identify the three weeks that the cottage is made available to book during the winter from mid- December until early January.
Stays during this period will be a minimum of 7 nights with rental stays usually starting and ending on a Saturday.
The Guest Cabin will not be available for guests to stay in during this vacation period so the group size will be limited to 6 people or less.
ATV's, motorcycles and snowmobiles are never allowed at the Willow Bank cottage.