Collingwood Blue Mountain & Area Bed & Breakfast Association

Blue Mountains:

21 North B&B


Bacchus House


Georgian Manor Bed & Breakfast

The Collingwood Area Bed & Breakfast Association welcome you to visit a collection of the area’s Best B&B’s.

Just 2 hours north of Toronto, this four season playground offers the visitor a collection of small historic towns nestled on the southern shores of Georgian Bay, namely Collingwood, Craigleith, Blue Mountains, Thornbury & Meaford.

The Village of Blue Mountain has become a destination point, allowing visitors to enjoy the many shops, restaurants and weekend Festivals throughout the year. Other activities include the roller coaster, cascades golf, Monterra 18 hole golf course, indoor & outdoor swimming pool, tennis, mountain biking, the rope challenge, zip lining and many other seasonal attractions.

In the winter, Blue Mountain offers 42 ski and snowboarding runs with night skiing and ice skating on the Village pond. Cross Country and snowshoeing are also available at three Nordic centers, in close proximity to Blue Mountain. Wasaga Beach Nordic & Trail Centre

Visit throughout the year for wine tasting and pairing. A short drive from the Bed & Breakfasts.

Le Scandinave outdoor spa is a major attraction in the area and allows visitors over 18 to enjoy tranquility at its best all year round. It includes three hot pools, two cold pools, a large sauna, steam room, 4 relaxation rooms and a choice of massage treatments. A restaurant is also on the premises.

Summer activities include a visit to Wasaga Beach, Ontario’s longest fresh water beach. Many beaches can be accessed from the Georgian Bay cycling route which runs adjacent to the lake, beginning in Collingwood to Thornbury and onto Meaford. Other bike trails can be found at

The canoeist, kayaker and paddle boarder can experience these activities on the Beaver River and at Craigleith and Wasaga Beach locations.

The Eco Adventure & Scenic Caves give spectacular views of Georgian Bay. Either take the magnificent canopy walk and zip line down, or use the Thunder Zip line separately.

The Fall season offers a spectacular ‘changing of the colours’, in the first two weeks of October. The Bruce Trail which runs on top of the Mountain allows the hiker to explore its many scenic avenues and can be accessed from the foot of Blue Mountain.

View all the B&B’s at your leisure by clicking on each of the links provided.

Your Host(s): Mr. Vincent Pedulla