Meldrum Bay Inn

This historic Inn is located at the end of the rainbow, on the most western part of Manitoulin Island, in a rare and beautiful Ontario village largely untouched by the passage of time and modern development.
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Just past the last turn in the long highway that skirts the northern shores of the Manitoulin Island, and just before the sign that announces the end of Highway 540, sits the Meldrum Bay Inn. In many ways the heart of the small village, the Inn has welcomed visitors for most of its hundred years.

This historic Inn and Restaurant was build in 1876 and offers you all the amenities with comfortable, intimate and relaxing rooms, each traditionally and uniquely decorated with its own exotic experience

Meldrum Bay Docks

The docks at Meldrum Bay

The Dining Room

Our menu is quickly becoming well-known on the Island and beyond, with pan-fried whitefish (caught daily by the local Purvis Fisheries), steaks, and barbecued ribs being among our guest’s favourites.

On the Porch

Our outside veranda seating is most popular, where guests enjoy breezes off the water and share the deck with our resident hummingbirds.

Mr. Fitzpatrick named the building the Grand Manitoulin Hotel, and he purchased the hotel in 1906. Over the years the name changed to Meldrum Bay Hotel and Meldrum Bay Inn & Restaurant, however, the spirit of this old lady has not changed yet.

Fitzpatrick named the building the Grand Manitoulin Hotel, and he purchased the hotel in Over the years the name changed to Meldrum Bay Hotel and Meldrum Bay Inn & Restaurant, however, the spirit of this old lady has not changed yet.

One of the rooms

One of the rooms

The Inn was build by the Victoria Harbor Company in 1878. In July 1891 Mr. James McDonald from southern Ontario purchased the building and in 1899 leased it to Mr. James Fitzpatrick.

Fitzpatrick named the building the Grand Manitoulin Hotel, and he purchased the hotel in Over the years the name changed to Meldrum Bay Hotel and Meldrum Bay Inn & Restaurant, however, the spirit of this old lady has not changed

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