Enjoying the peace and quiet is only part of the cottage experience. Finding the kind of view that will keep you coming back season after season, year after year, is what really separates cottage life from the every day. These breathtaking cabin views, inside and out, will leave you dreaming of fresh air, rustling leaves, and glistening water.
10 amazing cabin views you’ll want to trade for your own
This rustic wooden dock is the perfect place to enjoy the view, no matter what season it is. The reflective quality of calm Ontario lakes can make autumn even more beautiful.
Early morning views are often the best, especially when paired with comfortable chairs and a mug of hot coffee. The scenery off this dock on Lake Rousseau, Ontario is enough to make you never want to go inside again.
The rocky shoreline and glass surface of George Lake, Ontario is perfect for calm getaways and relaxing canoe trips—the perfect way to restore some balance.
Sit on this deck on Bowen Island and watch the boats pass by, the water break on the shore, or the trees sway in the gentle breeze.
There is nothing better than a day spent reading by the lake. Tree-lined shore views and fluffy white clouds set the scene for a perfect day on Mayne Island, B.C.
The red sand beaches of Argyle Shore, P.E.I make it one of the most unique views from any cabin in Canada. Here, sandcastles and flip-flops are part of your everyday life.
This Anderson Lake cabin is surrounded by amazing views on nearly every side. Waking up to these mountains every morning will have you wishing you could quit your job and become a nature photographer.
Newfoundland is the perfect place to own a cottage. The rocky landscape contrasts perfectly with the rippling water and blue skies of a clear summer day.
Floor-to-ceiling windows are the best way to enjoy the view from the comfort of your couch, and this Bowen Island cottage brings the view to you.
This cottage in Gonzales Bay, B.C. takes “room with a view” to a whole new level. Watch the sun rising and setting, storms rolling in and out, and boats coming and going without even getting out of bed.