The Dunes Bed & Breakfast

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5400 Hwy 551, Providence BayManitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada, P0P 1T0
Telephone
705-377-6134
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Located on the south shore of Manitoulin Island in Lake Huron, The Dunes Bed & Breakfast overlooks Providence Bay with its long sandy beach and boardwalk over the dunes. We offer indoor parking. There is ample opportunity to enjoy fishing, hiking, swimming and nordic skiing right from the doorstep depending on the season. The Dunes is open year round for your vacation pleasure and offers English, French and Spanish. Visitors to The Dunes stay in the “Cozy Pine” bedroom in our square log home nestled in the pines. Cuddle into the antique iron double bed and allow the waves to lull you to sleep. Enjoy your morning beverage, home-baked goodies and fresh-fruit salad surrounded by the cedars, pines and wildlife. Full dinners at the old oak dining table are optional as well as a box lunch for your travels.

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