Bruce Peninsula National Park Hotels

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Peacock Villas, Tobermory: Camping versus staying in Tobermory

If you like camping, various campgrounds are available for reservations at Cyprus Lake area. However, lover of camping we are certainly not. Usually, we like to stay in luxury of resorts. We are out and about 7 am to 9 pm and return to our accomodation for reenergizing ourselves. However, in order to economize this time, we booked this motel. The family owned and run motel charged us a reasonable CAD $85 per night compared to CAD 125 to 150 by other motels. We stayed in Room 1, which was very neatly maintained. Washroom was a bit small though.

This motel also has some cabins of different sizes, but they are available for weekly durations and were not available when we needed them. For a family of 4, we would definitely recommend renting a cabin out for a week.

The motel is located in a serene and tranquil area almost next to Highway 6, which connects the town of Tobermory with the major entrances into Bruce Peninsula National Park and with southern Ontario further southwards. It does not ofer any scenic views, but has a major feature - it is located at a walking distance to Tobermory Harbour with its many restaurants, gift shops, and equipment rentals.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, National/State Park, Eco-Tourism
  • Written July 25, 2009
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