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We stayed at Cynthia’s place for one night. We arrived quite late at night, however, Cynthia was very considerate and greeted us with her two pet goats on the porch. She helped us settle down and waited until we finished showering before going to sleep. Her house is right at the edge of the woods where you might be able to find the trace of deer and other lovely creatures. The beds were actually very comfy and the washroom was nice and clean. In the morning Cynthia made us tea and superb vegetarian breakfast. We had a great time chatting and petting her goats (These goats love being pet and be careful when they do head butting around you. ??) We didn’t really visit the miller lake nearby though with the rain, but Cynthia told us it’s very easy to rent the kayak. Overall, this is a great place to stay after a day of hiking and swimming. And I am sure you will enjoy the lovely natural setting around as much as you enjoy the hospitality of Cynthia.

- Ran, from Toronto 23 August 2018

We had a lovely stay at Cynthia's farm house. Her pets (2 goats, 2 donkeys and 2 horses) are friendly and cute. The breakfast was delicious. Cynthia not only took time to chat with us, cooked for us, but also guided us to a special tour in the woods. It was a wonderful experience. Totally recommend it!

- Amy and friends, from Mississauga, ON 30 August 2017

My husband and I went up to Kiloran Farm to unplug from the city life for a bit and reconnect with nature and we couldn't have picked a better spot! The grounds are natural with friendly goats and chickens who greet you when you arrive. The horses and donkeys are just behind the house and there was even a bird's nest right outside our balcony door. Cynthia was very friendly and accommodating with our 8 month old baby. She cooked such a delicious breakfast that we had the french toast both days in a row! It was really nice to enjoy the peace and quiet, play some cards and relax by a campfire at night. Thanks to Cynthia for such a wonderful weekend!

- Rheanna and Mike, from Burlington, ON 26 June 2017

Cynthia's B&B is incredible. Her home is beautiful and she is so friendly and welcoming. The rooms were perfectly clean and cozy. The breakfast was delicious! We had a lovely walk around the trails and got to spend time with the animals on the farm which was a fantastic experience. I would highly recommend staying here while visiting this area. Thank you for our wonderful stay Cynthia!

- Niamh, from Toronto 7 June 2017

This is by far the most special, magical bed and breakfast we've ever stayed in. Stephanie and Jasmine are magnificent hosts, with an amazing knowledge of the area. The food was superb, and the atmosphere was bar none. We had some of the best sleeps of our life, and every day was better than the last!

The Bruce Peninsula area is an undiscovered gem, and this is the place to stay if you go. Make sure to meet the chickens and enjoy the stars at night.

September 24th, 2012

- Natalie and Tony, from Montreal 4 December 2016

Fabulous! We didn't expect such a surprise!! If you want to get away from the hustle bustle of the city and reconnect to the Nature without sacrificing modern amenities, here is your starting point. Our two nights stay at this lovely place tucked inside the Miller lake forest was a gift. We recommend you to take a bite of it if you're planning to discover the Bruce Peninsula. Stephanie and Jasmine will give you the warmth of conscientious living (with their solar powered house, free roaming hens, buzzing bees around hive and the abundance of moonlight stars at night) with a tinge of cultural ambience if you can indulge them into conversation over a late night coffee!!

September 4, 2012

- Anonymous, 4 December 2016

Stephanie and Jasmine's hospitality was mind blowing, it was almost like being at your own vacation home with friends. The breakfasts were amazing and the conversations lively. There's also farm animals and a woodland playground, which our kids absolutely loved. And the house is conveniently located on the edge of Miller Lake, about 20 minutes from Tobermory village, and 7 minutes away from the nearest gas station -- one of only two in Tobermory! Time spend in nature's lap is never forgettable, but was particularly exciting is that Kiloran Farm B&B is a green home. (The whole house runs on renewable power, and consumes energy that a normal lightbulb would consume!) A beautiful house, wonderful hosts and an absolute five-star experience.

Satish - August 6, 2012

- Satish, from Toronto, Ontario 4 December 2016

We had an amazing time at Kiloran Farm! What was originally planned as a romantic getaway, turned into a family retreat (with our kids), so we ended up taking both rooms. Powered by solar energy and nested in a protected forest near Lake Miller, this B&B is ideal for nature lovers, eco-conscious people and those who appreciate the power of nature. We enjoyed hiking along the Bruce trail and Lion's Head, Cyprus Lake and Tobermory. Stephanie and her daughter Jasmine are wonderful hosts, opening their home and sharing their nature experiences with trails they have explored on their large property, bee hives and newly added chicks. Breakfast was delicious and nutritious. We give this a 5 star review. Highly recommended!

KGOE, Thornhill, ON - August 4, 2012

- KGOE, from Thornhill, Ontario 4 December 2016

Ever wonder what it is like to actually live off the grid! You can experience this in a beautiful nature setting with wonderful hosts! Stephanie loves to share her accomplishments and talk about other potentials for off the grid sustainability while cooking up an amazing breakfast as well (there were four options and the four of us tried a different one each and they were all spectacular!). Daughter Jasmine was exceptional as a source of information as well as leading us through the forest to see some amazing sights. We did awake in the middle of the night to the sound of clanging bells and the dishwasher running to set off the generator to scare the bear that was going after their beehive and it's honey but that has been solved with a solar electric fence and was all part of a wonderful experience!!

Bernie - July 24, 2012

- Bernie, from Heidelberg 4 December 2016

Stephanie and her daughter, Jasmine, were fabulous hosts. The cottage was beautiful and the breakfast was amazing. They were always quick to help, such as setting up a campfire for us. They have a great knowledge about Tobermory and informed us about places to go visit and locations to see sunrises and sunsets.

They turned our already great weekend into an awesome weekend! Thanks!

Jeffrey, 19 May 2012

- Jeffrey, from Toronto 4 December 2016


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