Irwin Inn, Stoney Lake

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1390 Irwin Rd, Crowes Landing, ON, K0L 2H0
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705-877-2240
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Three generations of the Irwin family make this Ontario resort famous for its tradition of friendliness and service. On 200 acres along Stoney Lake in the Kawarthas, The Irwin Inn offers fine lakeside dining and accommodation year-round.

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