Pelee on the Rocks is three bedroom cottage that sleeps eight or more. The first bedroom has a double bed while the other two have sturdy, custom-made bunk beds, suitable for adults and children. There are an additional 3 futons in the living areas.
Located right on the water of Pelee's South Shore, where the water is very shallow. Depending on the time of year and the water level, enjoy a small beach area. There is a large yard to play games, catch some sun rays, and have a camp fire.
Please note that there is a Keurig coffee maker in the cottage; you are welcome to bring your own pods.Pelee Island is a rural municipality in the middle of Lake Erie, part of the Province of Ontario, and the southernmost populated point in Canada. Due to its southerly location and the moderating effect of Lake Erie, Pelee has a slightly milder climate than inland areas. Its climate is one of the mildest in Canada, and the island has long been used for vineyards and wine making. Given that Pelee Island is a rural, agricultural community in the middle of a lake, there are a few things you should know before visiting us:
1. We have very few services and amenities on Pelee Island. Our Co-op (grocery store) can be counted on for necessities, but it has limited hours and therefore we recommend bringing anything you might need with you in terms of food, gas, etc. There are several places to eat and lots of fun things to do! To stay up to date, download the Pelee Island App for free - it has all the information you need!
2. Pelee Island is connected by ferry service to Kingsville/Leamington on the Canadian side and to Sandusky, OH, USA. If you are bringing a vehicle to the Island, you will require reservations on the ferries for this vehicle. We recommend making reservations as soon as possible.
3. For any emergencies, you can dial 9-1-1 as normal; Pelee Island is overseen by the Ontario Provincial Police and has 2 paramedics on call at all times.
4. Due to its climate, Pelee Island is one of the most biologically diverse places in Canada, and we celebrate that fact! For your vacation, however, you should be prepared to encounter a lot of insects. We also have a great deal of birds, small animals and several different kinds of snakes that share the Island with us, so you should be prepared to see them from time to time. We do not have any large or poisonous animals, so don’t be afraid! For any specific wildlife related questions, feel free to contact Explore Pelee!