A curving, cedar-lined drive leads to a beautiful Owen Sound Bed and Breakfast!

This is your chance to leave behind the city; to take a deep draught of northern air near the shores of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay! There are three ways that we can help you:
1)Visit our lovely Bed and Breakfast, hidden deep in the forests of Ontario's incomparable Bruce Peninsula. Come for a night, or stay longer; this is a place of serenity and beauty!
2) Take in the beauty of our large wilderness property, with 2.5 km of trails!
3) For adventursome souls, check out our Guest Activities, the ultimate small group event, held right here at our Owen Sound B and B. It's pure fun!
We are a new Bed and Breakfast, having just finished a floor to ceiling renovation of a very large attached garage. We now can offer over 2000 square feet of extra accomodation for your vacation and getaway pleasure. Caroline and Doug operated a busy restaurant for over 18 years in the London area. But we've taken our cooking skills to the Owen Sound area, and can make home style meals just the way you like them... try us out! Read what our customers are saying on our Trip Advisor page.


Description Of Owen Sound

With about 22 000 inhabitants, Owen Sound is the largest urban area in Grey and Bruce counties. Highways 6, 10, 21 and 26 all meet here, making it an easy trip from any of SW Ontario's major cities. The city is ideally located as a port, with deep shelter from the waves of Georgian Bay provided by the sound. Owen Sound is hockey-crazy: it is the smallest city in Ontario with an OHL hockey team, the Owen Sound Attack.
Formerly a rowdy Great Lakes port known as Little Liverpool, it has matured into a tourist and cultural centre for the entire area. This represents a great improvement from its original reputation as a brothel town, where business hinged on the next arrival of a ship full of sailors. No doubt in an effort to combat this vice, the city declared itself dry, and maintained that status as recently as 1972. Home to the SummerFolk Festival, it is the birthplace of WW1 air hero Billy Bishop and Group of Seven artist Tom Thomson. A great place to delve into the local history is at the Grey Roots Museum, open year round just south of town. An excellent pictorial history can be found online at About Owen Sound Area.





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