GULL LAKE, GRAVENHURST, MUSKOKa

Muskoka Cottage

Pricing

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Attractions

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WEEKLY (From Sept 1 to May 31 (Excludes Winter Season)

CAD $2,500

WINTER MONTHS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ENTIRE WINTER

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WEEKLY (June 1 to June 22)

CAD $2,975

WEEKLY (June 22 to Sept 1)

CAD $3,900

WEEKEND GETAWAY (Sept 15 – June 21) 

Thursday 9am to Sunday 9pm

CAD $1600 per Weekend

* All Weekly Rentals Friday to Friday

* All prices are in Canadian Dollars (CAD)

Heading to the cottage is a truly Canadian experience. Generations of cottagers and vacationers embrace the Muskoka area like a treasured friend. After all, you’ll be dipping your feet in the pristine clean water and soaking up the small town atmosphere in Gravenhurst in no time, after a relatively stress free trip from the city. Located only 90 minutes north of Toronto, what a difference it makes – one breath of the pine scented fresh air and you’ll know – you’ve arrived! Summer’s not the only time to have fun in Muskoka. The Fall is spectacular with the changing leaves to brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow. For the Golf enthusiast we have the finest courses in Ontario. We are only 5km from Taboo and very close proximity to other beautiful courses!  Anytime is a great time to visit popular Casino Rama or the many other activities around the Muskoka areas that are within 15 minutes drive.

Choose Mellow Yellow Private Retreat for your next escape destination and expect to be pampered by nature and the exclusive service offerings provided.  Submit your reservation today.

 

Queen Beds

Bunk Beds (Double + Twin)

Twin Bed

King Bed

Bathrooms

Showers

This consists of  5 bedrooms as follows:

#1 Queen,

#2 Queen 

#3 Bunk Bed (Double + Twin) PLUS a separate Twin Bed

#4 Bunk Bed (Double + Twin)

#5 is King

Reviews

More Guest Reviews

My dear Garson:

I just wanted to thank you so much for the use of Mellow Yellow. What a perfect spot! and we so enjoyed our stay in your beautiful home. We tried hard to leave it in the same pristine condition as it was upon our arrival. The cottage proved to be quite ideal for our large group and the Great Room was a perfect place for all that special family time. Dave the Chef did an outstanding job and it was a real treat to be able to ignore all the kitchen workings without having to actually leave the house. We have such happy memories of our 40th anniversary! Thank you Garson, and I hope that you will allow us to perhaps, rent Mellow Yellow again sometime and maybe the Mexican apartment too – a week in the middle of winter sounds very inviting. We will be in touch presently. With many grateful thanks. Cheers

Meg

Hi Garson,

Just want to let you know we had a wonderful week at your cottage. We found it very comfortable. My husband loved the layout and the decorating. We had many great meals and laughs around your beautiful harvest table. You should be very proud of Yellow Mellow. We had a great time tubing and the boat was fine for what we used it for. Jim and the kids took the boat fishing a couple of times. One night they came home with six fish which we had for dinner. Nothing like fresh fish. We would love the rent Mellow Yellow again next year. We all will be looking so forward to it. Thank you again. Sandra

Hi Garson,

Just thought I’d let you know that we had a terrific time at Mellow Yellow – the cottage is absolutely beautiful.
Since we had such a wonderful time, we’d like to take the cottage for a week again next summer if you are planning on renting.

Cheers, Nancy

Garson,
I wanted to pass on our absolute thanks for the renting of Mellow Yellow cottage.   It was very large and tastefully furnished.  It accommodated our two families extremely well.  The dock area to Gull Lake was terrific and the children loved using the pedal boat and canoe.  We canoed to Lily Bay on the advice of your neighbour and saw beavers, turtles, birds, and of course, lily pads.  In fact, an actual deer walked right by out front door one morning.  I assure you the long harvest table, screened in porch and BBQ came into great use.  Our family visiting from Europe says the cottage time was the best part of their visit to Canada.
I can wholeheartedly refer this cottage to anyone who wants to experience a perfect Muskoka vacation.  Many thanks.
The Hall and Bayer Families

Attractions Nearby

Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site

235 John Street North, Gravenhurst, Ontario P1P 1G4

P: (705) 687-4261 F: (705) 687-4935

Visit the birthplace of the most famous Canadian in the world, Dr. Norman Bethune. His enduring fame in China has helped shape Canada’s reputation as a humanitarian nation. View videos and displays in English, French or Chinese on the surgeon, medical inventor, artist and early advocate for socialized medicine. Tour the restored church manse where he was born in 1890, now a National Historic Site.

* Open Year Round * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts VISA * Free Parking

Casino Rama

R.R. #6, Rama, Ontario L0K 1T0

P: (705) 329-3325 F: (705) 329-5800 www.CasinoRama.com

*Open Year Round * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * On-site Restaurants * Gift Shop

Gravenhurst Farmers Market

19th May – 6th October

Every Wednesday 9am – 2pm

In the special events field at Muskoka Wharf (across the road from Boston Pizza) www.gravenhurstfarmersmarket.com

P/F: (705) 684-8731

Established in 1992 in the heart of Ontario’s scenic cottage country, the Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market has become one of the region’s most popular attractions. We welcome back each year more than 90 vendors with the finest quality fruit and vegetables, plants, organic produce, home baking, honey maple syrup, preserves, meat, fish, cheese and so much more. Local artisans will enchant you with their carefully handcrafted jewellery, sewing, knitting, carvings, woodworking, soap and fine art. Shop at the market and enjoy a freshly-made crepe, sausage on a bun, or one of our many other treats available. The Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market was the first to be awarded the Best Seasonal Farmers’ Market in Ontario by Ontario Foodland and Farmers’ Markets Ontario. We are delighted to continue our tradition of being a market of the highest quality and one of the most enjoyable gathering places for tourists, cottagers and local residents alike. A highlight of the Muskoka tourist destinations, this unique and interesting market offers the perfect opportunity for customers to meet farmers and producers and to learn about food production and craft preparation Join us every Wednesday at the Special Events Field at Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from May 19 to October 6th. “Come for the Freshness, Stay for the Fun!” * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * On-site Food * Gift Shop

Gravenhurst Farmers Market

19th May – 6th October

Every Wednesday 9am – 2pm

In the special events field at Muskoka Wharf (across the road from Boston Pizza) www.gravenhurstfarmersmarket.com

P/F: (705) 684-8731

Established in 1992 in the heart of Ontario’s scenic cottage country, the Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market has become one of the region’s most popular attractions. We welcome back each year more than 90 vendors with the finest quality fruit and vegetables, plants, organic produce, home baking, honey maple syrup, preserves, meat, fish, cheese and so much more. Local artisans will enchant you with their carefully handcrafted jewellery, sewing, knitting, carvings, woodworking, soap and fine art. Shop at the market and enjoy a freshly-made crepe, sausage on a bun, or one of our many other treats available. The Gravenhurst Farmers’ Market was the first to be awarded the Best Seasonal Farmers’ Market in Ontario by Ontario Foodland and Farmers’ Markets Ontario. We are delighted to continue our tradition of being a market of the highest quality and one of the most enjoyable gathering places for tourists, cottagers and local residents alike. A highlight of the Muskoka tourist destinations, this unique and interesting market offers the perfect opportunity for customers to meet farmers and producers and to learn about food production and craft preparation Join us every Wednesday at the Special Events Field at Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from May 19 to October 6th. “Come for the Freshness, Stay for the Fun!” * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * On-site Food * Gift Shop

Heritage Square & Carnegie Arts Centre

275 Muskoka Road South, Gravenhurst, Ontario

1-888-495-8888 (705) 687-5550 F: (705) 687-5446 – www.gravenhurst.ca

Heritage Square consists of the Gravenhurst Opera House, Gravenhurst Library, War Memorial, Bethune Statue and Carnegie Arts Centre. Carnegie Arts Centre formerly the Carnegie Library (circa 1923). Nineteen years in the making, Gravenhurst’s Carnegie Library finally opened on May 01, 1923. Andrew Carnegie, one of the mega-tycoons of the industrial age, allocated much of his wealth to the construction of libraries. Grants from his foundation went into the construction of 1,700 libraries in Ontario. Gravenhurst received $7,000 for building purposes. Described as ‘cottage’ style with the only distinguishing feature being a gable end over the door, this blueprint was only used in Gravenhurst, Glencoe and Stouffville. Carnegie Library was used as the public library until 1999. At that time, the library moved into a new facility and the Carnegie Library was turned into an Arts Centre. Future plans include development and presentation of a wide variety of music and arts with a Muskoka connection or theme. *Open Year Round * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Free Parking * Nearby Restaurants & Gift Shops

Historic Walking Tour Lake Muskoka Driving Tour

www.GravenhurstChamber.com

(705) 687-4432

The Historic Walking Tour of the town of Gravenhurst begins in the heart of downtown at the corner of Muskoka Road and Brock Street in front on the Albion Hotel. More than 36 sites are described in the walking tour brochure that can be found at the Chamber office. Downtown parking is plentiful.

Historic Mural Tours

www.GravenhurstChamber.com

(705) 687-4432

Gravenhurst, a town rich in culture, business and industry with a history spanning over one and a half centuries a town that grew from the logging industry, the steamship and steam train industry, the manufacturing industry and the tourism industry. Most of these clusters are still relevant in today’s mix of industry that allows the town to continue to thrive. This heritage is captured on the 14 murals that are positioned around the town. Each depicts one of the past and present industries. All are included on the Historic Walking Tour and brochures are available at the Chamber office.

Music on the Barge Gull Lake Park

P: (705) 687-3412 F: (705) 687-7016

This traditional Sunday night music event, by donation, has been an institution in Gull Lake Park since before 1949. The present Barge was officially opened in 1959 and has hosted many well-known musical acts throughout the years. * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * By Donation * Free Parking * Nearby Restaurants & Gift Shops

The Muskoka Fleet RMS Segwun * Wenonah II * Wanda III

820 Bay Street, Gravenhurst Ontario

www.muskokafleet.com

P: (705) 687-6667 F: [705] 687-7820

Sailing season from June 05 to October 11, 2004. Discover The Muskoka Tradition with a cruise aboard the RMS Segwun or the newly constructed Wenonah II. From May to October, visitors are invited to “step back in time” and enjoy a variety of cruises from one to 8 hours in length. Lunch or dinner served from the elegance of the dining room, complete with panoramic view. Fully licenced. * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * On-site Restaurants * Gift Shop

Muskoka Heritage Place & Steam Train

88 Brunel Road, Huntsville, Ontario P1H 1R1

www.muskokaheritageplace.org

P: (705) 789-7576 F: [705] 789-6169

Nestled in 90 acres of pristine wilderness, Muskoka Heritage Place proudly reflects the history of this area. Our site features: a working pioneer village and steam train, two museums, daily interpretive activities, farm and wild animals, a telegraph office and more. Experience the joys and hardships of pioneer life. Get involved in interpretive activities or simply enjoy a scenic walk around Cann Lake. *Open Year Round * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * On-site Restaurants * Gift Shop

Muskoka Steamship Museum

820 Bay Street, Gravenhurst, Ontario

P: 705) 687-2115 F: [705] 687-7820

All aboard for 135 years of steamship history on the Muskoka Lakes. Many unique marine and heritage artifacts from Segwun and her sister ships are on display. It’s full steam ahead in our wheelhouse and other interactive exhibits. All hands on deck from May-October to welcome all visitors to Muskoka. It is also a perfect way to begin your Segwun or Wenonah II cruise. Located at Segwun’s wharf. * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * Gift Shop

Santa’s Village and Sportsland

Bracebridge, Ontario

P: (705) 645-2512 F: [705] 645-9791

www.SantasVillage.ca

Situated on the beautiful Muskoka River, Santa’s Villlage and Sportsland has something for the whole family. Rudolph’s Roller Coaster, the Christmas Ball Ferris Wheel, Santa’s Summer Sleigh River Boat Cruise, Santa’s Express Train and many more rides and attractions await the young and the young at heart. Visit Santa’s deer, see the animals in Santa’s farm, run through the splash zone just for kids and visit Santa in his summer home all in a natural wooded setting in the heart of cottage country! We also has on-site camping with fantastic package discounts. And, don’t miss Sportsland next to Santa’s Village, a free admission, pay-as-you-play park that includes go-carts, mini-golf, batting cages, laser tag and a fun-filled arcade. “We’re going to make you believe!” * Accepts Group Tour Bookings * Accepts Credit Cards * Free Parking * On-site Restaurants * Gift Shop

The Doll House Museum

320-1 Windewood Avenue East, Gravenhurst, Ontario

(705) 687-4516

The Dollhouse has a collection of over 80 dolls on display. Many are collector dolls and represent everything from Nursery Rhymes & Fairy Tales to Brides dressed in costumes from the early 1900s. One of two recent additions to the collection is a Reliable Baby Doll from the mid-1940s, donated by a local family.

Appointments recommended.

Admission: $1.00 per person.

*Open Year Round

* Accepts Group Tour Bookings

* Free Parking

* Gift Shop {Stephen Leacock Home}

Leacock sits on 9.5 acres of Lake Couchiching shoreline, offering family programs and “Children’s Discovery Place”. Visit the Book and Gift Shop, and enjoy lunch with a fabulous waterfront view at the Lake Wissanotti Terrace Café.

Check www.leacockmuseum.com for details.