Experience Canadian cottage country near Algonquin Park

Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and escape to Barry's Bay Cottages on Carson Lake in the heart of beautiful Madawaska Valley.

Visit our natural paradise in the heart of Madawaska Valley

Barry's Bay Cottages is amongst some of the most serene and stunning nature and our hosts can't wait to welcome you to it!

We look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful slice of paradise in Ontario and making your stay a dream vacation.

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Welcome to our cottages

Cottage 2: Blue Jay

This charming cottage is nestled amongst the trees and is the perfect getaway for the warmer months. Couples, small families, and your furry family members will enjoy the private deck, BBQ, full kitchen, and more.

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What to do at Barry's Bay Cottages

With fun activities included in your stay, plus awesome onsite rentals, and exciting adventures through town, you're sure to enjoy your stay any time of year!

Included activities

See the activities included in your stay at Barry's Bay Cottages.

Activities
Onsite rentals

View the different rental options we have available onsite.

Rentals
Excursions

Check out the excursions offered by vendors in the surrounding area.

Excursions

Maintaining and clean and safe environment

Our well-spaced cottages, self check-in, cleaning and sanitizing, plus other precautions ensure you have a safe and relaxing trip.

Our main dock and other shared amenities are operational! You can access all water sports during your summer stay while maintaining distance and sanitizing between use.

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What previous guests have to say

“Love this place. We go every year for my Birthday. It is rustic and quaint. The view is so beautiful and relaxing. Highly recommended.”
“My wife and I returned for our second visit and loved it as always... We had a campfire each night. We also enjoyed our private hot tub.”
Ryan F.
“We thoroughly enjoyed 3 days at Barry's Bay Cottages during March break. The kids had a blast walking on the frozen lake.”
Saurabh M.