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Rr #2, Haliburton, Ontario KOM 1SO Canada
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#4 of 7 Speciality lodging in Haliburton
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Dan wrote a review Oct. 2020
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We arrived to see a decapitated bunch of buildings including where the owner lives. The window screens where torn, many I am sure building code issues, and I know there was no Covid sanitation done prior to our arrival. The girls swept the floors and came up with a dust pan of dirt and animal hair. The vacuum cleaner was so plugged and filthy it would not suck at all. The stove was another night mare. One burner did not work and when we opened the oven a dead mouse was inside. I think that the Ministry of Health would have a hay day here. Overal you would be better off in your car in a Wall Mart parking lot instead of this dump. Really disappointed and I would suggest never staying here to anyone.l
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Date of stay: September 2020
tinat45 wrote a review Jul. 2018
Tillsonburg, Canada18 contributions3 helpful votes
Its a 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom cottage with a beach that shared between 2 cottages. Its a nice place to stay if you arent expecting the Hilton. It is a cottage in the wilderness. It has its quirks and its charms. We have been for the last 2 years and have not had an issue. We go with 2 other familes and have plenty of room with amenities as close as 3 mins drive without seeming that close. The cottage is about 50 metres from the road. This year we also met the Dockie Dee boy...nice touch!
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
JoeMerritt wrote a review Jan. 2017
Toronto, Canada5 contributions1 helpful vote
Great time with my friends and colleagues. We collaborated on a business/work project that had to be done, got great brain storming results up in the fresh air and nature, and did some canoeing afterwards. We even caught a lake trout in the cold fall weather. Always a joy and a pleasure.
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Date of stay: October 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
Nurseerinc wrote a review Sep. 2016
6 contributions3 helpful votes
This was such a disgusting place. I have never been so grossed out. There were old pills under my bed and the kitchen cupboards with filthy with grease and whatever else. The large cabin by the water smelled horrible. I had emailed this owner and no response back. I had planned to stay four night but left the next morning because I couldn't even eat in the cottage it was that gross. This place was a dump. Please save your time and money and never go here. I can't believe this place isn't shut down.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Seb x wrote a review Jul. 2016
Dortmund, Germany32 contributions29 helpful votes
We decided to spend a few days at this lodge as it looked nice and was pet-friendly. On arrival our lodge had just been cleaned which unfortunately could not hide the fact that the hut was pretty much run down with old furniture, broken floor and incomplete if not missing equipment (bought quite a few things ourselves). The owner is very friendly, provided firewood and helped us out with a few cans of been when on our arrival all shops had closed already (thanks Ken!). We hope that he will invest some money to renovate the place because apart from the accomodation things were great. We could use Ken's boats for free and went fishing almost every day. The fish stocks seem in good condition as we caught fish every day. There are some places worth a visit in the area around, like the silent lake national park and Haliburton forest.
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Date of stay: July 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kashaga Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Kashaga Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Haliburton Sculpture Forest (3.8 km), Sir Sam's Ski & Bike (7.8 km), and Abbey Gardens (5.8 km).
Is parking available at Kashaga Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Kashaga Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Baked & Battered: Cottage Bakery and Fish Fry, Maple Avenue Tap & Grill, and McKecks Tap & Grill.