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Luxury Custom Designed Cottage on Lake Huron

Orchid Trail is designed by Linwood Homes in Delta BC, the award winning design captures the feel of the west coast of BC and is right at home among the cedars along the shore of Lake Huron. The cottage features a large open concept kitchen, dining and great room with two story views of Lake Huron and Youell Island 200 feet offshore.

$266 per night
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Lake Huron Spectacular Cottage Home

Comfortably furnished family and entertainment cottage with private dock on Lake Huron. Newly built and well taken care of with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms Shallow water with mix rock and sand beach. Gradual decline to deep water. Fantastic sunset views across Lake Huron from many viewpoints at the cottage. Plenty of parking.

$211 per night
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Tobermory Cottage

Tobermory Cottage is located directly on Lake Huron perfectly situated between Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park. The views from the cottage are spectacular and the area is an outdoor adventure mecca.

$248 per night

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Cabins for rent in Tobermory

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The Bird House Tobermory Ontario
$212 per night
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Miles Away Cottage
$246 per night
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Tobermory Beach Cottage Northern Bruce Peninsula
$313 per night
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Hudson's Rock Canadiana Cabin Lake Huron Tobermory
$270 per night
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Buddha Bing Forest Double Cabins Unique Experience
$122 per night
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Beautiful Elsa's Waterfront Cottage
$313 per night
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Cape Cottage, Waterfront Cottage on Lake Huron
$235 per night
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Wee Leo: Waterfront Cabin, in Lion's Head Harbour
$173 per night
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The Canadian eh!-Waterfront (Weekly Bookings Only)
$196 per night
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Magical Lazy Acres: 25 acres of rustic paradise 🌲🪵
$333 per night
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Home of the Living Sunset
$409 per night
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Chickadee Cabin - Bruce Peninsula
$126 per night

Houses for rent in Tobermory

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On The Rocks
$291 per night
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INN Tobermory
$262 per night
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Dry Dock Guest House - 1st Mate's Room
$109 per night
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Lakeside Lounge
$468 per night
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Tobermory Secluded wooded retreat
$299 per night
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Dry Dock Guest House Captain's Room w/ Balcony
$121 per night
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The Big Tub Cottage
$297 per night
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Spacious Waterfront Oasis Perfect For Any Getaway
$608 per night
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Tastefully decorated 4-bedroom residential home.
$217 per night
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Standard Queen - Design Room
$205 per night
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The Coastal Villa - 3 bedroom Cottage
$207 per night
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ToberMary’s Fire Room #1
$202 per night

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Rm 204 - Includes Breakfast Daily - Historic Fishing Lodge on Bruce Peninsula
$197 per night
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Rm 205 - Includes Breakfast - Historic Fishing Lodge on Bruce Peninsula
$197 per night
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Rm 201 - Includes Breakfast - Historic Fishing Lodge on Bruce Peninsula
$197 per night
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Rm 203 - Includes Breakfast - Historic Fishing Lodge on Bruce Peninsula
$197 per night
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Rm 207 - Includes Breakfast Daily - Historic Fishing Lodge on Bruce Peninsula
$197 per night
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Rm 202 - Includes Breakfast - Historic Fishing Lodge on Bruce Peninsula
$197 per night

Your guide to Tobermory

All About Tobermory

Nestled between two national parks at the northern end of the Bruce Peninsula, Tobermory is a picturesque Canadian harbor town that boasts thriving marine ecosystems, dense forests, and rocky coastal cliffs. The vibrant landscapes and clear waters in every shade of blue provide a stunning backdrop to the abundance of outdoor activities Tobermory has to offer. Head to Fathom Five National Marine Park or the Grotto to snorkel or scuba dive, or check out Indian Head Cove, a popular swimming spot along the Georgia Bay Trail that’s cocooned by rocky cliffs and dense cedar tree forests. Consider Dyers Bay or Cape Chin North for picturesque hikes.

Tobermory is also home to two beautiful harbors — Big Tub and Little Tub — where you can browse pretty shops among the bobbing local boats. Casual eateries and pubs are sprinkled throughout the Bruce Peninsula, with many offering views of the harbor to accompany the day’s catch.


How do I get around Tobermory?

Tobermory Municipal Airport (NRA) operates from May to October but remains closed during the winter. The nearest major airport to town is Toronto Pearson International Airport (YZZ), a six-hour bus journey or a three-hour drive from Tobermory. Renting a car is the most convenient way to reach your cottage in Tobermory and explore the harbor town and its surrounding areas. Taking a road trip to Tobermory is a popular way to take in the scenic landscapes of the Bruce Peninsula. Once you’re here, there are more than 20 cycling routes to explore and a wealth of scenic walking routes that take in forests, sea caves, and resident porcupines.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tobermory?

Tobermory experiences distinct seasons. One of the best times to take in the region’s natural beauty is during the summer, when the temperatures are pleasant and the days are long. At the beginning of June, orchids bloom and adorn the trails and parks throughout the Bruce Peninsula. During the fall, Tobermory’s dense foliage transforms into spectacular shades of burnt orange, ochre, and crimson. Temperatures slowly dip during this time, especially at night, and can drop drastically during the winter, so warm clothing and sturdy footwear are strongly recommended if you’re planning to hit the trails or get out on the water. You can expect rain and snow throughout the fall and winter seasons — you’ll want to consider your choice of rental vehicle based on the conditions and your plans — before temperatures gradually rise with the arrival of spring.


What are the top things to do in Tobermory?

Underwater at Fathom Five National Marine Park

Located in Georgian Bay, Fathom Five National Marine Park is a National Marine Conservation Area that’s part of Lake Huron. The park includes more than 20 preserved shipwrecks, a lighthouse, and diverse freshwater ecosystems. Glass-bottomed boat tours and scuba diving are some of the most popular ways to explore the waters surrounding Tobermory — the striking contrast of rusted ship hulls against the shimmering blue waters makes for a spectacular sight.

Flowerpot Island

Pack some snacks and water and make your way across the waters of the Georgian Bay to Flowerpot Island, where you can admire one of Tobermory’s natural attractions. The island gets its name from the natural rock sea stack formations that resemble flowerpots, which are strewn around the rocky shores. You can also explore the island’s many hiking trails and caves and find its pretty red and white light station.

Bruce Trail

Hike the end of Canada’s oldest and longest footpath for picturesque views of Tobermory’s verdant landscape. Tobermory marks the end of this famous trail, which starts in Queenston and spans nearly 522 miles. Along the way, you’ll encounter scenic lookouts offering spectacular views of Georgian Bay’s deep blue waters, rocky cliffs, and rich greenery.