Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages
Lakeside Inn Cottages

12 Dock Lane

Dyer's Bay

N0H 1Z0

In the Hamlet of Dyers Bay Ontario


Dyers Bay is located on the picturesque Georgian Bay shoreline of the Bruce Peninsula, nestled below the rock bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment. We are only 40 minutes north of Wiarton and 25 min. from Tobermory by automobile. The Hamlet of Dyers Bay is just south of the National Park and Cabot Head Provincial Nature Reserve. The Niagara Escarpment has been declared a world biosphere preserve by the United Nations.


The Lakeside Cottages overlook the crystal blue green water of Georgian Bay. The boat launching ramp and pier only steps away. Our 2 bedroom accommodations are equipped with a double bed and 2 single beds, showers, kitchenettes, gas barbeques, picnic tables, and hot and cold water on tap. Door step to swimming is only 40 feet.


Bruce Trail - the opportunities for naturalists and photographers are unlimited. Dyers Bay is situated on the "Bruce Trail", and has been hiked by people from all over the world yet is hardly used by the people of Ontario.


The Dyers Bay section offers a true wilderness paradise with lots of wild plant and animal life. There is a trail for everyone (easy or challenging) with short or longer loop hikes and side trails from your door step. Half a day hike south accesses the Devil's Monument the largest land based flower pot, a glacial pot hole recently discovered, a disappearing stream and small water cascades. You will experience breathtaking views all along the way.


Cabot Head - Follow the shore road to Cabot Head Lighthouse, built in 1895 as a navigational aid to fishermen and shipping on Georgian Bay. It is being restored by the "Friends of Cabot Head" as a marine and Timber Museum, which were the pioneer industries of Lindsay Township. Visitors are welcome at the lighthouse and at the nearby Wingfield Basin. A picturesque quiet harbour offers shelter for many sailors. A rusty hulk of a ship lies stranded in this natural harbour. Wingfield Basin has a small sandy beach offering swimming in protected waters. Cabot Head nature reserve has nature trails as well. This is a great bicycle tour from Dyers Bay passing the Flume along the way.


The Flume - Originating from a small lake high on top of the escarpment, it begins as a stream flowing from the lake. It comes to a slope at a ravine and disappears underground as if by magic! The water travels for 1.5 hours through underground passages emerging just yards away, near the bottom of the escarpment as a beautiful cascading waterfall.


Wild flowers - The Peninsula claims more than 40 different types of orchids from the most common lady slipper to rare calypso orchids (Flower Pot Island). Other unusual wild flowers include dwarf lake iris, Indian plantain, rubber weed and picture plant.


Relaxation - Just sitting back and looking at the water, reading a good book or enjoying an evening campfire is some of our guest's favourite activities.


$700/ week including tax (July & August - Sat. to Sat.)
$85/night (June & Sept. - only available in off-season - Spring & Fall)
$100 /night long weekends


Lakeside Inn Cottage Rentals

Weekly Rentals
Sat. to Sat. July & August
Taxes included
Families only 

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