We stayed at Sauble Falls B&B for 2 days this summer. What an absolute delight!
Doug and Tracey were really welcoming, friendly and interesting hosts. Both have fascinating backgrounds: Tracey is very well travelled and is happy to share her experiences (if asked); Doug worked as an accomplished chef (which becomes apparent during your stay). They have got the balance just right and engage with their guests appropriately.
The location, adjacent to the Rankin River, is idyllic (look out for Stumpy the tame chipmunk).
The hosts always seem to go that extra mile - Doug accompanied my family down the Rankin one evening to show us where we could observe a colony of beavers (along with snapping turtle, frogs, garter snake and ospreys) - amazing!
The food is superb. Breakfast was without question the best we had during our trip to Canada. Do try an evening meal too, we ate lake trout and were then treated to a chocolate volcano pudding. Both professionally prepared by Doug, that would rival any high class hotel cuisine.
The experience of staying at Sauble Falls B&B is etched into my mind.
We have already recommended this B&B to people on our travels and will continue to do so. It comes with the highest recommendation and I hope your business thrives.
The Blackwood Family, UKMore