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Neill Dixon
5355 Vail Court
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5M 6G9

Tel:  416 543 4749
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Welcome to Luxury Cottage Rentals

Luxury Cottage Rental. We would like to invite you to enjoy a luxurious cottage experience in one of the most desired cottage locations in Canada. Located on Jack Lake in the Kawarthas, Bad Manors executive retreat is situated within the Peterborough Game Preserve, which offers some of the last pieces of protected unspoiled land in cottage country teaming with wildlife. Jack is a large crystal clear spring fed lake with miles of boating and great Canadian fishing.

Nestled among tall pines, the family compound features 600 feet of well-treed rugged natural shoreline, a large sandy beach, southeastern exposure, panoramic lake views and boasts over 6 acres of woodland.

Bad Manors Cottage is just 2 hours from midtown Toronto.

4 Season Canadian Cottage Rental - Kawartha Gem!

Ultimate Luxury Executive Cottage for Rent Jack Lake, Ontario, Canada $3,500 - $5,500/week Canadian funds.

Contact "Bad Manors" Property Manger at (416) 543-4749 or click here to E-mail for reservations.

About Us and Luxury Cottage Rentals

Welcome to Our Family Cottage Thank you for your interest in renting from Luxury Cottage Rental! We have one of the best Executive Properties estates available in the Kawarthas for your vacation needs. We think you will discover that the North Kawartha Region is one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Whether you are coming for a romantic getaway, family reunion, or to get together with friends and family, we want to help you take the worry out of renting.

We understand that your time here is precious and that you want your stay to be relaxing and hassle-free. You have our pledge to do everything possible to make your visit to “Bad Manors” the perfect vacation.

Since 1988 “Bad Manors Cottage” has been the Dixon Family private vacation home. Now, the kids are grown, and we want to share this beautiful part of the world and give you the opportunity to dream of that perfect vacation. So please come visit us. The sun is shining, the sailboats are sailing, the fish are jumping, cool breezes are blowing and cottage memories are waiting to be made.

Your Hosts Neill & Ruth Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

Price Information at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

The rental amount varies from week to week, depending on prime seasonal rates, please confirm rate for your required time period. Generally the high season is July and August and the rates are $5,000 per week, June is $4,000 per week. All other weeks are $3,500 with exception of Thanksgiving week $4,000, and X-Mas week, $4,000. “Bad Manors” rents by the week and is not available on a “weekends only basis” or the May 24 holiday week or New Year’s week. Two weeks or longer bookings take precedence. Luxury Cottage Rentals, Jack Lake, Ontario: Sleeps: 10-12 - $3500-$5000/week

Amenities at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

This luxurious retreat is set on 6 acres next to Peterborough Wildlife Preserve, just over 2hrs from downtown Toronto. The comfortable interior is bright and open with numerous sky lights and walkouts. It features a large catherdal wood ceiling & stone fireplace in the great room, an eat-in country kitchen, an exercise room & a family/games room. Beautifully furnished and decorated this cottage with all amenities (and many extras!) is a magnificant getaway! The flat grassy area at shore along with a large sandy beach make this a perfect destination for families!

Luxury Canadian Cottage Rentals, Jack Lake, Ontario: Sleeps: 8 - $3500-$5500/week

General:

  • Cottage Sleeps: 10 (max. 12 occupants)
  • No smoking in the cottage
  • COTTAGE RENTS: Sat. 12:00 noon to Fri. 3:00 pm
  • Security deposit on the cottage is: $2500
  • Pet Allowed: No pets at the cottage please.

Features:

  • Jacuzzi tub
  • 4 fireplaces
  • Ceiling fans
  • 5 TV's one of which is a giant 47” Plasma screen
  • VCR's
  • Play Station
  • Satellite dishes
  • Air conditioning
  • Washer/dryer
  • Laundry shoot
  • Microwave

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  • Dishwasher
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Billiards table
  • Shuffle board table
  • Poker table
  • Dart board
  • Karaoke machine
  • Laser disk player
  • CD player/stereo
  • 2 propane BBQ's
  • Canoe

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  • Kayak
  • Paddle boat
  • Water-bike
  • Sailboat
  • Volleyball & basketball nets
  • Hammock
  • Campfire pit
  • Patio furniture
  • Two docks with swim ladders
  • Rave Trampoline

Special:

  • 250 feet of shoreline
  • 3 acre lot
  • Cathedral wood ceiling & floor to ceiling windows in great room
  • Sky lights throughout the cottage
  • Heat lamp in main floor bath
  • Numerous sliding door walkouts

  • Automatic lights outside
  • Large deck
  • Small fridge & sink in downstairs bedroom
  • Piano
  • Exercise room
  • Beautifully furnished & decorated

  • Linens provided (towels & bedding)
  • Cleaning service included (please note, renters are still expected to leave cottage neat & tidy)
  • Shower hose, BBQ & phone jack at lake
  • Large sandy beach

Area:

  • Private
  • Nice views
  • Good fishing-muskie, bass, walleye
  • 15 min. to the Town of Apsley
  • Flat grassy area at water along with sand beach
  • Road from cottage to main road a bit uneven-if towing a boat, launch at marina on way in first

Availability:

  • RENTS: weekly
  • Sat. 12:00 noon to Fri. 3:00 pm
  • Year Round Not available for “ weekends only”
  • Not available May 24th Holiday week or New Year’s week

Floor Plan at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

s Rent a luxurious fully furnished all-season 4000 sq. ft. executive cottage retreat on one of the most beautiful lakefront estate properties in all of the Kawarthas. All the conveniences of the 21st century, in a magnificent rustic setting. Truly a home away from home, "Bad Manors Cottage" provides the space and flexibility to suit the needs of any size family or group.

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F.A.Q. - Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

"Bad Manors" Cottage estate is a luxurious retreat is set on 2 acres next to Peterborough Wildlife Preserve, just over 2 hrs from downtown Toronto. The comfortable interior is bright and open with numerous sky lights and walkouts. It features a large catherdal wood ceiling & stone fireplace in the great room, an eat-in country kitchen, an exercise room & a family / games room. Beautifully furnished and decorated this cottage with all amenities (and many extras!) is a magnificant getaway! The flat grassy area at shore along with a large sandy beach make this a perfect destination for families!

Q. Can we bring our pet?
A. No, Sorry some people are allergic to pet hair and dander. Thanks

Q. Can we smoke in the cottage?
A. No, we prefer that you ask smokers to smoke outside.

Q. Will linens/towels be provided?
A. We provide complete sheets and towels and weekly maid service.

Q. Will we need to bring dishes and cutlery?
A. No, we provide everything you need in the kitchen including paper towels, dishwasher detergent etc. You bring the food & drink.

Q. Is the water safe to drink?
A. Yes. We are on a filtered well. Some people prefer spring water for drinking and cooking, so we provide a water cooler for your convenience.

Q. Is the lake water nice to swim in?
A. Yes, it is a beautiful clean spring fed lake

Q. Is there a shallow area for young children?
A. Yes, there is a large shallow beach area for young children to play.

Q. Is the water deep enough to dive in off the dock?
A. Yes, we provide two docks, both deep enough for diving.

Q. Should we bring our food up with us or buy it up there?
A. We have an IGA supermarket in Apsley, which is open 7 days a week in the summer months. We recommend you shop for food when you arrive.

Q. Is there good fishing on Jack Lake? A.
Yes, many trophy size pickerel, smallmouth & largemouth bass, and Musky.

Q. What is the fishing season?
A. Very simply, there are open seasons (when a particular kind of fish may be caught) and closed seasons. You may pick up a copy of the Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations from any Ministry of Natural Resources office or any licence issuer in Apsley.

Four Seasons Of Fun at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

The Kawarthas / Haliburton Higlands make great fun of Winter with the arrival of crisp temperatures and a soft blanket of snow.

Kawartha becomes a wonderland in its beauty and unlimited opportunities for exciting outdoor experiences. As Ontario transforms into a snow-covered paradise, ice-anglers hit choice spots like Jack lake to drop a line. If you would like some helpful trip-planning information, check the websites below: www.ontarioparks.com for information about Ontario's provincial parks www.hikeontario.com for hiking trail information www.ofsc.on.ca (Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs) for information about snowmobiling www.fishontario.com/ice-fishing/ for information about ice fishing in Ontario

Hit the Slopes and Trails! It's a veritable flurry of activity as alpine skiers, snowboarders, and cross-country skiers head out for an exhilarating day on the slopes, trails or terrain parks. The area is renowned for its exciting variety of resorts and facilities such as devils Elbow and Sir Sams that cater to snowboarding and alpine or cross-country skiing enthusiasts of all skill levels. Most offer equipment rentals, special group rates and season's passes, while some will offer lessons, night skiing, ski or snowboard schools along with related activities and special events.

Ontario's Snowmobile Paradise at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

This winter, plan an unforgettable adventure in a place that has earned its reputation as "snowmobile paradise. "Ontario boasts an unparalleled network of marked, interconnected and groomed trails ‹ 49,000 km (31,000 mi.) to be exact ‹ with trails so wide they're known as "snow highways" Renowned for its clearly marked intersections, congestion-free trails, and snowmobile-friendly access to nearby towns and villages, Ontario's recreational trail system is a favourite of novice and experienced riders alike. Explore and discover the surprising variety of landscapes as you whoosh along Kawartha & Haliburton's trails ‹ rugged highland corridors of the Canadian Shield, breathtaking stretches of lakeland countryside, and seemingly endless vistas of magical snow-covered trees. Remember ‹ this trail system was designed with your comfort in mind, so there's always access to restaurants, stores, services and attractions in welcoming communities along the way. Within Ontario, more than 300 snowmobile clubs exist to help you plan, book and enjoy your snowmobile adventure. For valuable information on trail permits and tips to help keep you running smoothly on the trails, visit the Ontario Federation Snowmobile Clubs' website www.ofsc.on.ca

Paudash Snowmobile Club

Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club The Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club was established by a group of local snowmobile enthusiasts around the Paudash/Eel's Lake area in 1976. These pioneers had a vision of what snowmobiling could become and set about to establish a network of trails.. As the time progressed so did snowmobiling popularity. In the early 80's, Clyde & Isabel Saunders, avid snowmobilers) donated the materials required to build a clubhouse, a place, Clyde & Isabel reckoned, where snowmobilers on the Paudash trail system could rest, chat with other snowmobilers and get warm. Paudash leased a parcel of land and the Saunders' dream became a reality. Over the years there have probably been thousands of snowmobilers who have enjoyed the generosity of Clyde & Isabel at "Saunder Inn" as the clubhouse is affectionately known. For information or permits contact:: Kim Tucker at 1-800-385-8644 (local call from Peterborough) 1-705-656-2292 fax 1-705-656-2602 or e-mail at: info@paudashtrailblazers.on.ca

Things To See & Do at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

Kawartha means "Land of Shining Waters" and is the name that First Nations people gave to the region surrounding modern-day Peterborough. It remains a fitting description of an area renowned for its wealth of sparkling lakes and rivers, rugged landscape and deep forest.

The Kawarthas has been a destination of choice for vacationers and cottagers for well over a century. Your cottage at Jack Lake situates you in the heart of this renowned, exceptionally picturesque region. Today, the Kawarthas and surrounding region offers a full range of exciting year-round experiences including cross-country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, skating, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, golfing, swimming, water skiing, fishing, white water rafting, as well as many arts and cultural attractions.

Along the Otonabee River at the heart of the Kawarthas is the City of Peterborough, just over an hour from Toronto and fewer than three hours from the U.S. border. Here you will find first-class restaurants, conference facilities, unique places to shop, a vibrant downtown, sports venues of all kinds and many opportunities to enjoy live music, theatre, heritage and art. The surrounding area is full of picturesque communities and villages set in an alluring rural landscape. From picnics to pubs, swimming to sailing, angling to antiquing - it's all here in the Kawarthas

Since the days of pioneer writers Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill, the Kawarthas have provided inspiration for some of Canada's most creative minds. Indeed, few places so close to nature can also boast such a vibrant arts community. Many musicians, actors, playwrights, painters, writers and craftspeople call the Kawarthas home. Rich in heritage, the Kawarthas boasts many museums and cultural exhibitions.

Petroglyphs Provincial Park At Petroglyphs Provincial Park, centuries-old rock carvings give voice to the culture of the native Anishnabe. Serpent Mounds Park on Rice Lake is where the native Point Penisular established their roots centuries ago. Annual Pow Wows showcase a spectacular array of contemporary native dancing, crafts, foods, dress and celebration

Lang Pioneer Village Twenty restored 19th-century buildings, Heritage gardens, farmyard animals and beautiful green spaces make up Lang Pioneer Village Lang is open from Victoria Day Weekend to Labour Day Weekend, with occasional weekend openings for special events in the other seasons. HOURS Sunday to Friday 12:00 to 5:00 pm Saturdays and Holidays 1:00 to 4:00 pm DIRECTIONS The Village is located in the Township of Otonabee - South Monaghan, 10 km east of Peterborough on Highway 7, South on County Road 34 for 6 km. Watch for the signs. Telephone: (705) 295-6694.

Stoney Lake Cruises Chippewa II - Largest Cruise Boat in the Kawarthas.

A 133-passenger steamboat replica, for a 15 km cruise through the 1,128 charted islands of Stony and Clear Lakes.
Live commentary covers St. Peter's Church on the Rock, accessible only by boat, 22-acre Ronnie Hawkins estate, last remaining steamship waiting station, Davis Island Manor and the history of Stony Lake. Runs May 11 to October 6 2003 Scenic Cruises Daily (except Mondays) Evening Dinner & Dance Cruises Thursday & Saturday at 6:00 pm. (Reservations Required)
The Chippewa II is located 7 km north of Burleigh Falls off Hwy 28 on Mount Julian/Viamede Road, 11/2 hours from Toronto. Look for the signs Contact Jim Brewer or Juanita Kemp
Stony Lake Cruises R.R.4 Lakefield, On Canada, K0L 2H0 Phone(705) 654-LAKE(5253) Fax (705) 654-3448 info@stonylakecruises.on.ca

Indian River Reptile Zoo Bry Loyst R.R. #3 Indian River, ON K0L 2B0 (705) 639 1443

Lakefield Literary Festival Edna Whitehouse P.O. Box 704 Lakefield, ON. K0L 2H0 (705) 652 7535

Lockside Trading Company If you've never experienced the charm of Lockside Trading Company, you'll be well rewarded for making the short drive to Young's Point, just 20 minutes north of Peterborough. Originally built in the 1850's, Lockside is the oldest home in Young's Point and makes the perfect setting for an afternoon of leisurely browsing. The casual, unhurried atmosphere will inspire you to explore the seemingly endless themes that Lockside is famous for, it's quite a charming mish mash that now offers over 5000 square feet of neat stuff for you and your home. Brian Homes, Sue Mattucci General Delivery, Young’s Point ON. K0L 3G0 (705) 652 3940 Fax: (705) 652 1238 lockside@kawartha.com www.lockside.com

Peterborough Speedway
Situated in the heart of cottage country, Peterborough Speedway is located immediately west of Peterborough, Ontario.
Peterborough Speedway, Canada's fastest 1/3 mile high speed paved oval resides on a picturesque site. The spectator facilities at Peterborough Speedway can accommodate over 6,000 spectators for racing event at the oval. This speedway boasts one of the very best lighting systems allowing the hosting of televised events at night. The racetrack averages thirty-two (32) race events per year, making it one of the busiest racing venues in Canada.
Jean-Paul Josiasse 1710 Mt. Pleasant Rd. P.O. Box 2212 Peterborough ON. K9J 7Y4 (705) 743 5880 info@peterboroughspeedway.com www.peterboroughspeedway.com

Whetung Ojibwa Centre Experience the traditions of the past reflected in the present. We are located in the heart of Curve Lake Indian Reserve in the beautiful central Ontario Kawartha (Shining Waters) lakelands, only two hours north east of Toronto, Canada.
Whetung Ojibwa Centre offers a spectacular collection of Indian crafts as well as fine art, sculpture, masks, leather work, clothing, jewelry, music, and books from across Canada and right here at home. It is possible to spend literally hours browsing through these rooms. The Centre is open year round and offers free parking, wheelchair access and picnic area. Our Summer Tea Room, open from May to Thanksgiving 9-5, serves traditional Indian food and also the more novel "pow wow" fare, the best in the area.
Please take a moment to walk through these pages, where we have displayed examples of our crafts and fine art. We look forward to meeting you in person at Whetung Ojibwa Centre!
Curve Lake Indian Reserve Ontario, Canada, K0L 1R0 Tel: 705-657-3661 - Fax: 705-657-3412 mwhetung@whetung.com

Booking Information at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

PROCEDURES AND COTTAGE RENTAL INFORMATION

RENTAL INFORMATION
Congratulations! You have decided to rent one of the nicest cottages in the Kawarthas and experience a truly unique and wonderful Ontario tradition! As it is our private home on the water, there are certain responsibilities above other vacation accommodations. Outlined below are some rental tips and information we hope will answer some of your questions and help make your cottage experience an enjoyable one!

PAYMENT PROCEDURES:
The rental amount varies from week to week, depending on prime seasonal rates, please confirm rate for your required time period. A down payment of 50% on the total amount is required when you confirm your dates. Please provide a post-dated cheque for the balance due, dated 6 weeks prior to your rental date. If your application is made within 6 weeks of the start of your rental period, the total amount is due immediately. All payments that are made within 6 weeks of the rental period start date MUST be paid by certified cheque or money order, bank draft or credit card. Remember: do not send cash by mail.
Please make cheques payable to: 'Neill Dixon'. Payment in Canadian funds only. As a guide, a currency converter is available on our links at bottom of page. Please note the currency rate is subject to market change and bank fees.
In addition as a precaution against damages or expenses incurred on our behalf, we require a credit card security deposit of $2,500 when you move in. This will be refunded approximately two weeks after your departure.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES
Although a power boat may not be provided in your rental, many local marinas and outfitters' stores do rent fishing and ski boats. As certain watercrafts are provided (sailboat, windsurfer, paddleboat, canoe, kayak) it is your responsibility to ensure that all rules, laws, regulations and safe boating practices are followed. We advise that you obtain a hydrographic map if you are boating on unfamiliar waters. For more information on boating regulations and safety call the Canadian Coast Guard at 1-800-267-6687 or visit their web site through our links page.
There is a $5.00 administrative charge per call if any calls are billed to the cottage phone on top of the cost of the call. These charges will be deducted from your security deposit if necessary. Bring a cell phone or calling card.
At the cottage, you will find a copy of an individualized COTTAGE INFORMATION FOLDER, containing the "Household Rules" (emergency numbers, cleaning checklist, garbage disposal and septic information, etc.) Please read through the "Household Rules" as soon as you arrive as you are responsible for following them! The location of marinas, local stores and attractions, fishing and other tourist information, will also be provided to make your stay more enjoyable. Please read and follow the information and instructions for the cottage. If you are unable to find this folder, please contact us by 5:00 p.m. the day of your arrival.
Although we have weekly maid service, the cottage must be left thoroughly clean and tidy before you depart. This means that a thorough cleaning must be done by you and/or your party prior to your departure! A cottage cleaning checklist can be found in the Cottage Information package at the cottage. As well, DO NOT leave any garbage behind. All garbage is to be taken with you and NOT left at the cottage. Deductions from your security deposit will result if the above is not adhered to. Any consumables should be replaced (i.e., BBQ propane).
The cottage owner is responsible for checking the cottage between rentals. If there is a problem or emergency while you are at the cottage, please contact the owner or the alternate contact. This information will be provided at the cottage.
RESPECTING OUR NEIGHBORS. Our cottage property shares a bay with six cottages, Some are close friends. It is important to respect our neighbor’s privacy and quiet enjoyment of their properties. Sound travels easily unobstructed across the water and engulfs everyone in the bay. Loud screaming, yelling and constant crying and whining is not appreciated by anyone who has come to cottage country “to get away from it all”.

CHECK IN / CHECK OUT
For weekly rentals arrival time is 12:00p.m. Saturday and departure time is 3 p.m. Friday

DIRECTIONS
Directions and keys will be sent out a few weeks prior to your vacation.

SECURITY DEPOSITS
Generally, security deposits are mailed out 14 days after the departure date, but may be held until the telephone bill and Pay-Per -View Movies bill has cleared.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS
Please adhere to any special conditions for the cottage (maximum number of occupants/guests 8, no pets, no smoking allowed). Please do not ask us to make exceptions. No overnight guests in excess of those registered.

WHAT TO BRING
The cottages are equipped with pots, pans, dishes, glasses, cups and cutlery and lines already. Features such coffee maker, microwave, etc. are available at cottage (see AMENITIES). The following is a list of suggestions of what to bring on your cottage holiday:
Drinking water - the cottage runs off a filtered well. It is still a good idea to use bottled drinking water. A water cooler with large jugs of water are provided replacements can be purchased at the grocery stores throughout cottage country. Be aware that water wells can run dry through overuse (showers, laundry, etc.); practice conservation.
Linens - Sheets, pillowcases, blankets and pillows are at the cottage. You should bring your own beach towels.
Life jackets - at the cottages there are life jackets provided, but in order for a life jacket to work - it must fit properly; therefore, you should bring your own. One approved life jacket or PFD is required for each person on board any boating vessel.
Water shoes - zebra mussels are now a reality throughout cottage country. Water shoes are highly recommended.

QUICK CHECKLIST

  • Fishing equipment
  • Sun block
  • Sun glasses
  • Bug spray
  • Camera
  • Videos
  • Games for rainy days

Contact Us at Luxury Cottage Rentals in the Kawarthas.

"Bad Manors" Property Manager Neill Dixon 5355 Vail Court Mississauga, ON L5M 6G9 Canada
Tel: 416 543 4749 Fax: 416 858 4848 - E-mail

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