Cape Chin

   Bed & Breakfast   

About Cape Chin

Thank you to our valued guests we have had over the past 5 years. We have enjoyed meeting you all and hearing about your daily adventures. We have made some great friends.

We are now closed as we are focusing more on Cape Chin Micro-Farm, and Chisholm Property Management

We will still be selling our brown chicken eggs, quail eggs and roaster chickens, plus our Bruce Peninsula Raw Honey and pure Beeswax Candles. 

We hope you pop in for a visit in the future.

Teresa and Craig


Our Accommodations

Private Cabins 

Our two private cabins are back to back and can sleep 4 adults each in the double sized bunk beds, but are perfect for 2 parents and 2 children. Each Cabin is  215 square feet with their own bathroom and kitchenette as well as a table and two chairs.  Enjoy the privacy of your own space to make your own meals and relax during your stay with us. Please note, there are no TV's or air-conditioning in the cabins, but we provide fans. The cabins are warm and cozy in the winter time too. Sorry, we don't accept pets. The Flowerpot Cabin faces the front of the property, the Otter Lake Cabin the back getting the sun.
Bedding and towels are provided.

Otter Lake Cabin
Flowerpot Cabin
Cape Chin Cottage

Our private cottage is the perfect place to stay for up to 8 adults. Enjoy all that the beautiful Bruce Peninsula has to offer with your friends and family, and come back to our cozy country cottage to rest, relax, and rejuvenate. Watch Netflix on the TV, a DVD, or play some board games. All the bedding is provided  as well as bath towels. There is no air conditioning but there are ceiling fans as well as floor fans. Sorry, we don't accept pets. 


Features and Amenities

We provide free WiFi to all of our guests to ensure you can stay connected while you enjoy your visit on the Bruce Peninsula.
Kids are always welcome at Cape Chin, and you'll find our accommodations perfect for family vacations in the Georgian Bay area.
Enjoy an outdoor fire at the end of a long, busy day exploring the Lion's Head area. Our outdoor fire pits are free to use as part of your stay.
You'll love the convenience of being able to prepare your own lunches or dinners using our complimentary propane BBQs. 
While you stay at Cape Chin, you will have access to a private refrigerator and coffee maker located in your room for your convenience.

Photo Gallery

Front Otter Lake Cabin
Front Otter Lake Cabin
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Sandhill Cranes

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cottage front
cottage front
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Ice Rink
Ice Rink

Our 25' x 50' ice rink is available for your enjoyment.

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Things to Do in the Area

Lion's Head
Lion's Head is a quaint village 20 km south of our B&B. Visit the various local shops, restaurants & grocery store for all your needs.
The Farmer's Market is open June to Oct on Saturdays from 9-12.
Harbourside Music in July and August Friday's at the beach 7-8:30pm. 
Bayside Astronomy occurs every Fri & Sat evening at dusk from June 29th to Sept 2nd to see the stars with telescopes
Devil's Monument
Visit Devil's Monument down the road and view a 44' inland Flowerpot formation. Walk down the metal staircase to the base and see a stream coming out of the Escarpment nearby. Many climb down the steep hill to the cobble beach of Georgian Bay for a dip in the cool turquoise waters.
St. Margaret's Chapel
St. Margaret's Anglican is a historic church which holds services in July and August. It is located at 133 East Road.
Otter Lake Nature Reserve
The Reserve is a total of 262 acres that contains the 2,050 m Otter Lake Side Trail. It is a haven for birds,  and provides a rich habitat for the Black Bear, Massasauga Rattlesnakes and Mink. It has a large wetland, with karsts and sinkholes as well as its alvar, open meadows and forested areas.
Black Creek Provincial Park
A sandy beach on Lake Huron is just 23 km away. There is lots of parking and available toilets. Dogs are welcome in one section.

Your Hosts

Teresa & Craig

Teresa, was a self-employed dog groomer in Kitchener for over 25 years and loves living in this beautiful country setting. Her passion is gardening and baking, making everything from scratch.  She is focused on creating a beautiful oasis inside and outside for our guests.


Craig grew up in Tobermory and wants to share his love for the Peninsula. He has great knowledge of the area as well as 5 years experience as a co-manager of another B&B. He has a great sense of humour and loves to cook, meeting the many different needs of our guests.

We have 50 free range chickens that supply fresh eggs daily and currently have 7 bee hives for our own honey and to support the environment. Our vision is to create an oasis for many birds to visit and support our bees,

as well as our guests to enjoy being out in nature.