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Ontario's Bluewater regions have many bed & breakfast homes with friendly hosts who offer great hospitality, delicious breakfasts and cozy amenities for their guests. Bathrooms can vary from shared facilities to private ensuites with the rooms.

 


Woods & Waves Bed & Breakfast
ROOMS Guests have their choice of two elegantly decorated rooms in the suite Waves room has a Queen bed Woods room has a Double bed THE SUITE is a shared accommodation Guests who vacation at Woods & Waves are required to share the living space with other visitors Shared bathroom Living area with fireplace Kitchen fully supplied with breakfast foods (Guests may bring their own groceries) THE LOFT Two bedrooms with double beds Shared bath on upper floor of owners home Communal space offers a living area with library and television Loft guest breakfasts by
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On the Bay Bed & Breakfast
On the Bay is a family run Bed and Breakfast where you will experience the warmest hospitality and wonderful home cooked breakfasts. We look forward to your many visits.We warmly welcome you to relax and enjoy the view of the peaceful sandy shores of Providence Bay. We are situated on the longest sand beach on Manitoulin Island. Relax and enjoy the panoramic view over Providence Bay beach from our upper sun deck, relax in our comfortable recreation sitting room or just lounge on our lower decks where you can savour the quiet serenity of the beach and enjoy the calm water with its reflections
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Wolseley Lodge
Wolseley Lodge has waterfront cabins for fishing, boat rentals, fly-in or family vacation rental as well as overnight Bed & Breakfast rooms and optional Meal Plans. We also offer Kevlar canoe rentals and trip shuttles. It's morning time and the echo of loons singing out can be heard across the picture painted dawn. As the sun rises for another adventurous day at Wolseley Lodge you will find many things to do at Ontario's premier fishing destination. Fish, swim, hike or canoe - our area offers it all. Established in 1928, Wolseley Lodge has a long tradition of great outdoor tourism. It
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Island Spring Cottages and Bed & Breakfast
Located on beautiful Lake Mindemoya, Island Spring Cottages and Bed & Breakfast is the relaxation centre of Manitoulin Island. All of our cabins face our clean, sandy bay where kids and adults can have a great time swimming and at the end of each day, look out of their windows at one of the most spectacular sunsets that they will ever see. We are a quiet, family oriented resort located about 1.5 km north of the village of Mindemoya on the Ketchankookem Trail – popular for walking and bicycling. Groceries, shopping, laundromat, restaurants, fuel and hospital are all only a 5-minute
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Lakefront Bed & Breakfast Retreat
Let the waves lull you to sleep at Lakefront Bed & Breakfast Retreat, a romantic adult getaway. Step out from your private room with ensuite bathroom, internet access, microwave and views of the water and beach access onto the sea-like shore. Hike, bike, jog, swim, or storm watch in the summer. In winter, ski or snowshoe the hard-packed 8-km loops on the nearby Stoney Island Conservation Area trails. Guests can enjoy their own private, lakefront patio or enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk or the sandy beach to admire the beautiful sunsets.
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House on the Hill Bed & Breakfast
House on the Hill is a charming bed & breakfast home overlooking the Bala bay on Lake Muskoka. It is located close to shops, beaches, dining and entertainment; within walking distance to Bala Falls and the Kee to Bala. We have three rooms: The Burgundy Room has a queen bed and an ensuite bathroom with a jacuzzi tub and a separate shower. The Blue Room has a queen size bed. The Captain's Room has a king size bed that can be made into two singles. The Blue Room and Captain's Room share a bathroom so they are nice for families or friends. All rooms have a view of Lake Muskoka and wake
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Silken Retreat Bed & Breakfast
Welcome to Silken Retreat, a restored Victorian Bed and Breakfast home. We are located in the heart of Port Elgin, minutes away from the beautiful beaches of Saugeen Shores on Lake Huron. Our approach is simple: offer our guests a home-away-from-home at one of the hidden gems our province has to offer. Our B&B offers elegant, old world charm coupled with modern conveniences and the hospitality that we love to share with our guests. The house features three second-floor bedrooms, all with private ensuite bathrooms. Rooms are climate controlled for your comfort. Common areas include a
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Timberlane Rustic Lodges
Timberlane Rustic Lodges is a full-service lake resort where you can choose your own private cabin or stay in one of our B&B suites. The lodge is hidden away in a quiet location on Timberlane Bay along the south shore of Lake Manitou on 200 acres of peaceful countryside in Ontario's Great Lakes region. Manitou Lake is a fisherman’s paradise with Pickerel, Lake Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Whitefish, Perch, Pike and several other species available for you to catch.   You can set your own island agenda to include fishing, festivals, golf, shopping,
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The Stonehouse Bed & Breakfast
The Stonehouse Bed & Breakfast is over 114 years old and retains many original architectural details and charm. Amenities have been added for your comfort and enjoyment. Our suites feature comfortable beds and ensuite bathrooms.  Amenities include satellite TV and electric fireplaces in each room, Wireless Internet, clock and hair dryer. A full breakfast can be enjoyed in our dining room. Relax on the verandah overlooking the town. Gore Bay offers a great base for touring Manitoulin Island. Marina, swimming, shopping and summer theatre are all within walking distance. An excellent
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Meldrum Bay Inn & Restaurant
Just past the last turn in the long highway that skirts the northern shores of the Manitoulin Island, and just before the sign that announces the end of Highway 540, stands the Meldrum Bay Inn. In many ways the heart of this small village, the historic Inn has welcomed visitors since it was built in 1876. Meldrum Bay is one of those rare Ontario destinations that is unchanged by the passage of time, reminding us of a simpler time when fishing and logging drove the economy and steamships plied the waters of the North Channel. Once a busy logging, mill, and fishing town, today Meldrum Bay is a
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