The 2 bedroom Wiffen Cottage is located a 4-6 minute walk to the waterfalls and Conservation Area in the quiet lake-side village of Port Albert and is a 2-3 minute walk to the sandy, public beach. We will only host guests seeking a quiet stay. Guests that intend to stay up late and drink excessively are not welcome. Please be aware of our cottage rules and booking policies before booking. Assess to the Nine Mile River is a 1 minute walk. This cottage has full kitchen facilities (no dishwasher), propane BBQ (we provide the propane) as well as a private yard and out door chiminy fire pit for small camp fires . We provide camp fire wood. It is an easy walk to the sandy public beach or drive and park for free at the sands edge. The sandy public beach is usually very quiet and has amazing sunsets! There is a gas fire place and and DVD with satellite TV. There is wireless internet at this cottage. There is 2 bedrooms with a queen bed and a double bed on the upper level. It has 1 full bathroom with shower and bath tub. The Port Albert General Store and Pub is nearby where take-out food, gas and fresh produce can be purchased. It is about a 15 minute drive to Goderich, Ontario. It is about a 30 minute drive to Kincardine, Ontario. All bedding, linens, towels, soaps are provided for 4 people only. Pets are not allowed at this cottage. There is parking for 2 vehicles. Sleeps 4 people.
Open-year round the Port Albert Inn and Cottages is located in the quaint village of Port Albert near the sandy shores of Lake Huron. We offer rooms and nightly cottage rentals as well as kitchen and dining facilities and gathering space for up to 40 people. We host and provide accommodation for quiet getaways, small weddings, retreats, parties, and family vacations. All together we can accommodate up to 70 people. A tasty home-cooked breakfast is included for the BnB room guests at the Inn. All the attractions in Port Albert are not more than an 8 minute walk within our tiny village. The Nine Mile River meanders through the valley and is popular with fishermen. The Conservation Area, the waterfalls, the foot bridge, the fish ladder, and the sandy public beach are all popular attractions. Guests really enjoy wandering around in Port Albert's park-like setting and taking in the natural setting! Our Inn which was built in 1842 is across the street from the Port Albert General Store and the village Pub. There are many tourist attractions within a short drive of Port Albert Ontario. We are just a 2 hour drive west from the GTA and 15 minute drive north of Goderich, Ontario. We hope to have you as our guest soon on Ontario's sandy west Coast!