We will be fully opened for the 2013 season on May 16th...but the Lakehouse is available year round!
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Eco-friendly, unique cottage alternative, Newboro, Rideau Lakes, Ontario
Paradise is closer than you think
Poised on an outcropping of land, inching its way into the calming waters of Newboro Lake, Ontario, sit The Cottages-at-Turtlehill. Named after the noble creatures that inhabit its ground in early summer, Turtlehill will soothe the soul and enliven the spirit. A place where the only blues, are in the water.
The Cottages-at-Turtlehill are located just far enough from civilization for those who love to wrap themselves in nature's cloak but still close to the 1876 villages of Newboro and Westport, so that a quick bike ride can garner any missing supplies. Local restaurants offer a respite from cooking, galleries and studios feed the artistic soul, while many delightful stores await your discovery.
Located on the UNESCO World Heritage Rideau Canal site, Newboro, Ontario, marks the watershed divide between waters flowing north to Ottawa (Canada's current capital) and those flowing south to Kingston (Canada's first capital) and is situated within the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve.
The lake is an oasis for canoeists and kayakers, hikers and walkers, swimmers and cyclists alike and teems with Largemouth Bass, Pickerel (Walleye) and Pike.