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Stayed for one night prior to catching the ferry to Manitoulin. Close to town. Friendly staff who took the time to make suggestions for dinner and things to see. Clean and quiet room. Hot tub in the back.
Stayed here for one night as the launch spot for hiking the Bruce Trail. We checked in quite late and the lady was helpful and pleasant. Room was clean and suited us perfect. Recommend as a great stop.
My husband and I stayed here and it exceeded expectations! We stayed in room 3 and it was very neat and clean. It was very close to the main town as well as being close to the Bruce Peninsula Park.
Would 100% stay here again!
We were lucky to get a room in this hotel (was a long weekend). It is a nice hotel, super clean, it looks like it has been recently renovated, quiet and perfect if you are looking a place to stay close to Bruce Peninsula National...More
We checked in late because we got mislead by a different website's information about their check in policy but anyways, as we got there. The lady who attended to us was very understanding, very pleasant and nice. She was also very helpful on guiding us...More
US$ 133 - US$ 158 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#4 Romantic Hotel in Tobermory
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Fantastic fishing in the small cold water streams to the big open water of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Many inland lakes and rivers too! A fishing license is mandatory and available in the Tobermory local stores. Cost... More
Fantastic fishing in the small cold water streams to the big open water of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Many inland lakes and rivers too! A fishing license is mandatory and available in the Tobermory local stores. Cost seems reasonable and varies due to length, residency, zones etc.
Most fishing in the Tobermory area requires a boat. Local fishing charters are available and leave from Little Tub Harbour. Fish: salmon, whitefish, lake trout, pike and perch.
Ellen and Bud at the Adventure the Bruce Inn will be able to assist you with finding a fishing charter.
Excerpt from "Explore the Bruce"
There’s plenty of fish in the sea – and in our lakes, streams and rivers. Heck, simply casting from a dock can yield a good catch. Okay, no promises but Bruce County on a whole is a favoured fishing destination in Southern Ontario. Why? You can go downrigging in the cool deep waters of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron in summer, and cast from riverbanks into the migratory run in spring and fall. Quiet inland lakes invite spinning, and the revered Saugeen River is “the” place for fly fishing.
Other assets? We’re well equipped with charters, guides, derbies, tackle shops and boat rentals. You can find boat rentals available at Miller Lake Summerhouse Park, Miller’s Family Campground and Landsend Park in Tobermory. What’s more? Well, salmon, rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, lake trout, large and small mouth bass, northern pike, perch, pan fish….
Licenses & Fine Print
Fishing licenses (mandatory in Ontario) are available locally and so is the Ministry of Natural Resources Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary, which includes everything the angler needs to know about seasons, possession limits and general fishing regulations. For the on-line version visit the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources website.
Top 5 Places to Go Fishing in Bruce County
• The piers in Southampton, Port Elgin and Kincardine
• Below Denny’s dam in Southampton in fall
• Fly fishing downstream of the dam in Walkerton
• The Government dock in Colpoys Bay
• Downrigging in Colpoys Bay
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"Rooms running along the back of the Inn have less traffic noise from the highway."