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Rustic charm and modern comforts.

The 12-acre Glenn Burney Lodge can sleep 12 overnight guests in its four private, ever-so-cozy cabins. Each one was originally constructed in the 1930s (save the newer Hilltop Cottage) and has been lovingly re-stored. The furnishings and finishing touches were imagined by a couple of talented designer friends of ours--Brenda Bent and Jade L’Ecuyer.  ‘Rustically Charming’ was their goal and we think you’ll agree they nailed it with their combination of vintage mid-Century teak furnishings and modern indulgences like premium mattresses and 400-thread-count white cotton linens. Best of all, all of our accommodations are nestled in the lush woodlands and overlook beautiful Georgian Bay. Be prepared…it won’t be easy deciding which cabin to pick for your stay.

Open beginning of May until the end of October. 
Our rates for single cabins are $109/night on weekdays, and $159/night on weekends during low season.
During high season our rates are $159/night Monday - Thursday and $209/night Friday and Saturday. 
Cottages are $149/night week days, and $249/weekends during low season.
During high season our rates are $219/night Monday - Thursday and $319/night Friday and Saturday
Weekends require a two night stay except by special request.
We require a credit card to hold the reservation. No deposit needed.
Our cancellation policy is seven (7) days prior to your stay, and if cancelled after that, we will charge 50% of the full amount if we cannot rebook.

Enjoy Georgian Bay
sunsets in a good
company with a 
good food 


The lodge’s most spacious and new stand alone cabin (600 sq. ft.) comes with a large deck and BBQ, private screened-in porch/dining area, two separate bedrooms, full kitchen, double pull-out sofa, two queen beds, expanded entertainment centre featuring a 60” flat-screen television and a bathroom with soaker tub.





A stand-alone cabin (474 sq. ft.) overlooking Georgian Bay with a private veranda, 37” flat-screen television, picnic table, BBQ, separate bedroom, full kitchen, sliding deck-to-dining-room doors, two queen beds and a double pull-out sofa.




A stand-alone cabin (300 sq. ft.) with a private, lake-view veranda,
a queen bed and 37” flat-screen television.



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