Spring, Summer and Fall
Tobermory is located at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula and is a perfect place to reconnect with nature and get away from it all.
The Tobermory Princess Hotel is centrally located in downtown Tobermory and is the perfect starting point to your Tobermory adventure. We are just steps away from The Bruce Peninsula National Park Visitor Centre, where you can climb the 20m high observation tower and enjoy a panoramic view of Tobermory - perfect spot to watch migrating birds in the spring. Start your hiking adventure at the beginning of the world famous Bruce Trail and enjoy the beautiful indigenous orchids and wild flowers along the way.
Enjoy your scuba diving explorations in “Canada’s Scuba Diving Capital”. Tobermory offers over 20 shipwrecks for you to discover or snorkel along the coast line of rugged Georgian Bay.
Take a glass bottom boat cruise and stop off at Flowerpot Island for a day of hiking and discovering. Get a close up look of the spectacular rock formations that Nature has taken thousands of years to form.
Ride your bike and visit the St. Edmunds Museum, stop in for a game of golf or visit the Big Tub Lighthouse.
Take spectacular pictures of breathtaking sunsets of sparkling blue Lake Huron or the rugged beauty of the Niagara Escarpment along the Georgian Bay shoreline.
Enjoy a day of swimming at the sandy beaches of Dorcas Bay and Dunks Bay or take a plunge in the crystal clear cool waters where Georgian Bay and Lake Huron meet, known locally as “the Gap”.
Stroll through the town and discover the many shops and art galleries or take a seat by Little Tub Harbour and watch the boats sail in and out. On a clear night look up and see the spectacular Northern Lights.
And when your day is over come join us at the Princess for dinner in our dining room or on our patio. More on Dining
The Tobermory Princess Hotel is open year round to accommodate you. Relax by our fireplace after an exhilarating day of snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, ice diving or tranquil winter hiking. The Bruce Peninsula National Park Trails are open year round.