It took me a few days to put together what I wanted to say in this review because this was THAT incredible an experience. My partner and I came up to Sauble Falls B&B from Toronto based on a friend's recommendation. We wanted to take on a few trails in the nearby area (the Grotto and Lionhead lookout) and thought it would be a pleasent change to ditch the trendy Airbnbs and try an old school bed and breakfast. This was our first time and boy were we in for a treat!! From the moment we arrived (late thursday night) we felt at home! Doug (and Daisy, their adorable and well behaved fur baby) greeted us with the warmest welcome, gave us the rundown, and told us to just make ourselves at home and have fun! We stayed for 3 days and Doug and Tracey made them incredibly special. Breakfast was freaking amazing! As a huge foodie, I was delighted to see such variety and well made dishes. Doug is a professional chef and over the 3 days we were there, we had frittatas, fresh fruit, doughnuts, apple fritters, blueberry fritters, peach cobbler, strawberry cobbler (Doug especially made this for my partner when he found out how much he loved strawberries), french toast, pancakes, his infamous homemade smoked bacon, and I'm sure I've missed something but you get the point. The food was AMAZING! There's also the option of adding in a 3 course dinner, for a small surcharge. This beat every single restaurant experience I've probably ever had. Doig uses fresh and local ingredients, many of which are form his personal garden. Apart from the food being absolutely outstanding, It was the thoughtfulness and care that I most appreciated. Tracey out out a birthday card with such heartfelt words and even lit a candle and sang me a happy birthday during dessert. It was incredibly thoughtful and so appreciated. Food aside, let's talk about the accommodations themselves. This Bed and Breakfast has literally everything you need: boardgames, a smart TV, books everywhere, a firepit, kitchenette, BBQ, a hottub (open seasonally), ensuite bathrooms. The house is split in two: the guest section and Doug and Tracey's home, separated by a door on the main floor. You totally get the cottage feel, with all the additional perks! On the guest side, there are 4 quaint bedrooms upstairs, each with its own ensuite bathroom and lock and key. Doug and Tracey were incredible hosts and it was an absolute pleasure spending time with them and getting to know them. They gave us some solid recommendations for dinner and encouraged us to take some of our breakfast to-go, anticipating we'd get hungry on our hikes (they weren't wrong). They are the nicest people I've met in a long time, they're welcoming, helpful and just all around wonderful humans. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay from the minute we walked in and were sad to leave. I don't see myself staying anywhere else when we return to the Bruce Peninsula. We have already made plans to return with friends and family, with hopes to book out the entire space. While we loved the space and the food, what made us fall in love with Sauble Falls B&B is the warmth and love Tracey and Doug put into everything they do and every interaction they have with you. It's an incredible experience and I would HIGHLY recommend you give it a chance!…
Celebrating a birthday during Covid was a whole different ball game. The hosts Tracey & Douglas catered to just one guest, us! They were playing it safe, not sharing halls, lounge, games, fire pit with other parties. We enjoyed breakfast each morning, and on my birthday they even prepared a birthday dinner of my choice. Most restaurants were still closed, not even patios open, so a home cooked meal at our B&B was a real treat. Sanitizer was supplied, hosts wore masks when interacting with us, and Douglas prepared the fire pit for us when we mentioned we wanted to enjoy a fire that night. Our stay was a wonderful retreat, thanks to our wonderful hosts and a lovely B&B on Sauble River. We plan to return in the future.
We had an amazing 3 nights and days at Sauble Falls B and B. The hosts were amazing and the 3 course breakfasts with homemade pastries were perfection. We enjoyed using the paddle boards, kayaks and canoes that are included. The cottage backs right on to the river and you can paddle for hours. We also walked across the road to the little falls and drive 10 minutes to the beach. The rooms are comfy and the house is spotless. We bought the 50 dollar a person dinner and it was delicious. Doug is a master chef.
We lucked out and were able to stay here because of a cancellation. This B&B is quiet, private and comfortable. An great location for exploring the Bruce Peninsula. The breakfast was excellent. Doug is a fabulous baker and cook. If given the option to stay for dinner - say yes.
This cozy bed and breakfast is right across the street from the beautiful sauble falls. I stayed here with my girlfriend for 2 nights, and we enjoyed every moment of it. The couple running the B n B were super friendly, and the room was clean and spacious. They have several kayaks and a canoe that you can borrow, and paddle down a picturesque river. The breakfast was delicious and I highly recommend booking this place for your next weekend getaway!