Bed & Breakfast - Bruce Peninsula Ontario

This quiet bed and breakfast is located on 14 acres of beautiful forest and surrounded by white cedar & birch.

Natural High B&B is within easy access of the Bruce Trail, Georgian Bay, restaurants and much more!

Hiker "drop-off & pick up" available.
In operation between May 15 to October 15


1 double room, king-size bed, with private bathroom,  $95 per night, double occupancy, single $85

1 double room, queen-size bed, shared bathroom, $85 per night, double occupancy, single $75

Vegetarian breakfast with organic fair trade coffee served


672 East Road, R.R. 4, Lion’s Head, Ontario, between Lion’s Head and Tobermory.
(519) 795-7005

Hwy 6 north of Ferndale, turn right on Lindsay Road 5 to East Road, turn left onto East Road, drive 6 kms to 672 East Rd

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No pets please


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“wonderful find!”

Date of review: Nov 21, 2010

As urbanites, we were a little worried about some of the b&bs we saw in the area - they looked a bit stuffy and grandmotherly. This one's website mentioned vegetarian, organic, food, so we hoped it would have a more modern approach - and it did! Pros: the hostess is terrific - friendly without being pushy or too "bubbly" (she seems like more of a quiet soul, but she had a great sense of humour), great conversationalist, and she made us some ridiculously good breakfasts (European style pancakes, a fluffy egg quiche/casserole dish, homemade granola, etc). The location is in a gorgeous isolated area, but not too far to drive to Tobermory or what have you. The room was very clean and nicely decorated, and we had the whole upper floor to ourselves which includes a little living room area. The home is spacious, rustic and lovely. Great if you don't want to be crammed in with a bunch of fellow tourists. Cons: no internet, at least when we were there, so check your email in Tobermory. We would definitely use this b&b again - it kind of felt like a little slice of Toronto home in a beautiful part of Ontario.