Romantic Fall Culinary Getaway
Spend a romantic weekend at Algonquin's northwest corner with your loved one and enjoy delicious meals, stunning hikes and spectacular fall colours!
Thursday – Sunday
*Peak Season Sep 27-Oct 11, 2021*
What a perfect weekend at the cottage. The whole experience was fantastic. Not only is the setting absolutely beautiful, but the cottages themselves are comfortable and well-integrated into the natural environment. My family has been coming to this spot for many years and we have yet to be tired of it.
What a treat to be in Algonquin park, one of the most stunning places in Canada. The sparse cottage population in this area (compared to the southern edges of the park) and the limited network access makes for a perfect escape less than 4 hrs from Toronto, a great place to bond with family.
The floating sauna especially makes for a totally relaxing experience. If you are looking for something more active, it is easy to take a boat out, try out one of the paddle boards, go for a swim, or hike around the property. The lake is so pure and perfect for canoeing, swimming, and even just taking time to sit on the dock and reflect. The nearby Broken Paddle patio, owned by the same company, is licensed and makes great food – a pub in the wilderness!
If you are looking for a place to unwind and disconnect from your busy life while connecting with family, nature, and yourself, then look no further than the Amable Cottage in an iconic Canadian spot.
The cottage was perfect. Really nicely decorated and extremely well equipped. Lots of dishes, pots/pans, books, bbq. So comfortable, we felt right at home. Overall we were surprised by how nice the cottage was (not like many other cottage you can rent for this price)
The water and dock were also amazing. No sea weed, and easy swimming. We also rented a canoe for the trip, which was brought right over to the dock for us, life jackets, paddles and all.
The best part of the whole trip was Matt, one of the cottage guides. This guy is amazing. Knows everything, loves what he does and checks in everyday to make sure you have everything you need and take the garbage away.
I would def. recommend Voyager Quest to anyone. Great value, great people, amazing facilities. We will be back.
It means that our cottages are not like your home and not hooked up to the Ontario Power Electricity. We operate on solar power to provide lights and run the water pumps to our well.
Wifi is available for a small additional charge! There is no cell service. Telephone access is available in the summer just a short drive away at our Voyageur Quest and Voyageur Outfitting Office, Store, Patio.
Yes, we operate on solar electricity. Our fridge , stove , water heater run on propane gas. Please note these cottages do not have enough power to plug in certain items. Talk to our office if you require power. Be sure to bring spare batteries for your devices when you visit!
Yes. Out of respect for our neighbours on Kawawaymog Lake, there is a strict 10 PM noise policy. We ask that guests turn off electronic music and keep noise to minimum after 10 PM.
Each cottage has a bathroom with flushing toilet and a hot shower.
Water from all faucets is potable. Water is drawn from our well and then filtered before exiting the tap.
The cottages come with one canoe, paddles, and PFDs. Additional canoes, kayaks, and SUP boards can be rented from our Voyageur Outfitting store, just a few minutes down the road.
Yes, you can fish on the lake, river and surrounding area. You must have your own Ontario fishing license and Outdoors Card. For non-Canadian residents, see 1-day permits here
Fishing rods and tackle can be rented from our Voyageur Outfitting store.
Single meals or fully-catered meal packages are available – contact our office for more information. The Broken Paddle Patio is licensed and offers outstanding dinners during summer months. Please ensure you make a reservation.
We do love dogs and you are more than welcome to bring your furry friend. Please note that you are responsible
for cleaning up after your dog and for any damage to furniture, floors etc. that your dog may cause. An additional damage deposit of $250 is required for guests with pets.
Specializing in Algonquin Park Canoe Trips, Lodge-Based Adventure Trips, and Private Cottage Rentals.