Scotch Creek Cottages – Cottage 7
Cottage number seven is one of our large style cottages, the large cottages are fully appointed two bedroom cottages. This particular cottage is towards the center in the back row of the horseshoe of cottages in the resort facing straight down to the lake. This gives cottage seven a great view down through the center of the resort to the lake. Parking is also quite convenient here with stalls very close to the cottage
On the east side of the resort facing west
Cottage 7 is one of the last cottages in the resort to have sun on the deck in the evening.
Spectacular view out into the grounds
The position of this cottage offers a views down through the resort to the lake and of the mountains across the lake. Enjoy the view, while dining at your own open sided picnic table, or relaxing on the existing acrylic deck chairs, which are situated on your private 8′ x 24′ covered deck. The deck adds additional living space, and a wonderful place to relax and visit with family and friends.
Fully Equipped Kitchen
For ease of holiday packing, the kitchen is equipped with pots and pans, dishes, utensils, toaster, coffee makers and other kitchen standards. No need to bring dishwasher soap, dish soap or kitchen linens as you will find these already provided.
Eating area for six and cozy living room
Living room has a very nice modern new hidabed couch, coffee table, end table and lounging chair.
You will also find it equipped with satellite TV and DVD player.
Comfortable sleeping arrangements
The master bedroom is nicely equipped with a queen sleeping set. There are also full closets in the bedrooms to help you stay organized during your stay.
The second bedroom in cottage seven has two twin beds.
There is also a double hidabed in the living room.
Full washroom with shower
Interior use bathroom linens, complementary starter set of shampoo, lotion and body soap are all provided.
Handy full vanity with wall outlet for shavers or hair dryers.
Note: Upgrades have been added since photos were taken in the fall of 2010. New pictures to follow.