Raven's Quest is located in the heart of Muskoka. 2 hours from Toronto, 25 minutes from Bracebridge or Huntsville, and 15 minutes from the town of Rosseau.
Muskoka's Luxury Retreat
Expect the extraordinary in this stunning luxury cottage sitting 35 feet from the water's edge plus a two storey boathouse with living accommodations and a separate office studio. Superb finish and craftsmanship throughout, adorn the completely private 500 ft shoreline and 8+ acres of forest. Raven's Quest has been called The Luxury Cottage rental of Muskoka.
At Raven’s Quest you will enjoy a large lake experience (without the boat traffic) in an environment that remains peaceful, quiet, and serene on Muskoka's pristine jewel. This beautiful recently completed property brings the Canadian wilderness to your doorstep-
Raven’s Quest is the luxury destination for vacations -
This luxury cottage rental is more than just a cottage. The 4000+ square foot luxury living accommodations includes cottage, boathouse, and studio. Featuring a total of 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, with sleeping accommodations from 2 to 17 people. Raven’s Quest is nestled among mature trees and beautiful granite rocks. The property has been landscaped to blend into the beautiful, natural surroundings and the buildings have been designed to complement this setting. With its stunning views, amenities, and unmatched luxury, Raven's Quest could labelled as your own private boutique hotel.
This unique property is situated at the end of a private road and ensures complete seclusion including at the waterfront. It is truly a one-
We look forward to planning your stay so that you can experience the comfort and splendour of Raven's Quest, the spectacular views of Skeleton Lake, and the many activities of Muskoka’s cottage country. This luxurious waterfront property on Skeleton Lake will provide you with one of your most memorable vacations or retreats ever.
Highlights of Ravens Quest
Simple yet luxurious retreat, rustic but on a grand scale with the finest in Muskoka furnishings and luxury.
No detail has been missed, from the large plank pine flooring with lush forest landscaping, to the comfortable yet spacious living areas within.
Lake views and massive windows throughout-
Boathouse accommodations with 2 bedrooms and separate bathroom and kitchenette
Separate studio with hi-
Gourmet chef’s kitchen, fully equipped
Open public spaces like the Great Room and Family room and as well as relaxing, quiet areas such as the Muskoka fully screened room
3 Fireplaces (2 wood burning, 1 double sided, one gas in Master bedroom)
Multiple decks -
Outdoor fire pit and seating area
Media room with large, flat-
Full wireless high speed internet access available throughout cottage
Separate studio building retreat
Large dock with diving board and access to watercraft
Use of canoe + 3 kayaks including a double-
Although Skeleton Lake is the fourth largest lake in Muskoka, Skeleton Lake contains the largest open body of water in all the Muskoka Lakes. It is one of the most pristine lakes left in Ontario, and is often considered the jewel of Muskoka. Many cottagers love this spring-
Skeleton Lake was formed by the impact of a meteor, which accounts for its somewhat circular shape and great depth. That is also the reason for the limestone bottom, which gives the lake its famous clarity -
There are many species of fish that inhabit this lake, which include smallmouth bass, lake trout, speckled trout, brown trout, rock bass and walleye.
The beautiful Muskoka region, which is located about 2 hrs. north of Toronto, is bounded by Georgian Bay on one side and Algonquin Park on the other. Muskoka is among the world’s celebrated lakelands. The area was discovered by Samuel de Champlain in 1615. The name Muskoka is an English corruption of the Ojibwa name of the chief Mesqua Ukie. The region features many scenic lakes surrounded by wooded hills and granite rock and offers a wide range of activities year round to suit all tastes and age groups. The unique character and natural beauty of Muskoka draw people from around the world.
Four distinct seasons provide many outdoor opportunities year-