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Situated on 5
acres and 1500 feet of private waterfront; all bordered by
the Galloping Goose Trail. (Perfect for walking and
cycling). Arbutus Cove Cottage is the ideal deluxe private
accommodation. The cottage contains a living room with queen
size sofa bed, satellite TV and fireplace. As well, there is
a dining area, kitchenette, private bedroom with custom
built queen size bed, down duvet and ensuite bathroom.
Surrounding spacious decks with barbeque and private 2
person hot tub provides for the ultimate honeymoon or
romantic getaway. Private swimming beach and dock. Adult
oriented, children 12 and over. Sorry, no pets
$150.00-$225.00 for two
Fossil Bay Resort
Fossil Bay Resort offers ocean front single cottages,
breathtaking views, large sundecks, private hot tubs, king
size beds, wood-burning fireplaces and full kitchens.
$220.00 per night
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