Your Guest Inn Hosts
We are Valerie and Todd your hosts along with our team, our ‘CCO’ (Chief Cultural Officer) dog Guinness and our 'EIT" (Employee in Training) dog Harvey. We invite you to experience the majestic beauty of the area, in our comfortable and spacious lake house.
Our vision of a guest inn, while traditionally known as a 'bed & breakfast', has been the culmination of many years, special places, people, and experiences that have inspired us. We have made every effort to bring this vision to reality in our version of a 'Guest Inn'.
At our Guest Inn we are proud to serve local products with an effort to support our community and local businesses. Local hand made soaps, local meats and eggs, maple syrup, we even have a little, 'Mercantile' where we sell some local hand made gifts, jewellery to unique birchbark baskets and crafts.
So, our Guest Inn, ‘On The Rocks’ is indeed on the rocky shores of Georgian Bay. It is inspired by our own experiences and something we take great pride in sharing. We hope you will be inspired too.
Welcome to Dyers Bay, the 'jewel' on Ontario's Northern Bruce Peninsula.
Dyers Bay is on the western shores of Georgian Bay, and the east coast of the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula, a small hamlet and community that is hidden away and yet remarkably vibrant. It is a piece of paradise and something very special.
Dyers Bay has a colourful history with roots in the lumber and commercial fishing industries, today however, it's the natural beauty that is the attraction, bringing people from all over the world.
The rugged Bruce Trail is easily accessible, the stunning crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay are always inviting and each morning the Bay is blessed with the most spectacular sunrises, which you will just have to see for yourself.
Come and see the dark skies, clear nights create the most spectacular site that most do not ever get to see, this is really something you just have to experience.
Follow shoreline drive along to Wingfield Basin, which was an established safe harbour for large vessels in the 1890's to escape some the Georgian Bay storms. The wreck of the old steamer, 'The Gargantua' rests in the Basin today, which can be seen from shore. There is really something for everyone, come see for yourself!