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Tobermory, a town of natural beauty is situated in the Great Lakes region of Ontario about 323 km (200 mi.) northwest of Toronto at the northernmost tip of the Bruce Peninsula.

It was renamed 'Townplot of Bury' in 1855, being known since 1820 as Collins Harbour. A splendid harbour called Little Tub leading out into Big Tub is a delightful place to watch boats. Tobermory, from the Gaelic "Tober Moray", meaning "well of the Virgin Mary", is called 'Tub" by the locals. Of particular interest are three historical lighthouses, built during the mid to late 1800s.

Scenic glass bottom boat cruises to Flower Pot Island offer underwater views of mysterious rock formations and shipwrecks. Tobermory boasts fine art galleries, one of kind specialty craft shops along with splendid diving, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. A late 1800s restored schoolhouse and log cabin with displays of early 20th century memorabilia make this remote albeit thriving peninsula come alive with its splendid artifacts.

Motels, quaint Inns, and numerous Bed and Breakfasts, provide visitors with distinct Tobermory accommodations.

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Blue Bay Motel Hotel Tobermory 32 Bay Street
Grandview Motel and Dining Room Hotel Tobermory 11 Earl Street Request Info
Harbourside Motel Hotel Tobermory 24 Carlton Street Request Info
Innisfree B&B B&B Tobermory 46 Bay Street
Peacock Villa Motel & Cabins Hotel Tobermory Box 331 Request Info

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