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On the clean and sandy shores of Lake Huron, at the mouth of the Bayfield River, you’ll find the beautiful Village of Bayfield – a destination like no other, where memories are made and the flavour is local. You can feel the serenity of small town comfort, while sailing away from the noise.

Known for its boutique accommodations, weekly Farmers Market, award winning dining and elegant style, Bayfield provides a respite from busy city life. Take a leisurely stroll down the Main Street to enjoy the many artist’s studios and emporiums, or sip a glass of wine on a sunny patio.  Imagine the feeling of dipping your toes into the clean, crystal clear water of Bayfield’s award winning Blue Flag beach!

Need accommodations? No problem!  The Little Inn, located on Main Street, has served travellers since the 1800s, initially as a stagecoach stop.  Or you might like The Albion Hotel – a bed and breakfast with pub, just steps away from Clan Gregor Square – a favourite of vacationers for over 140 years! Or The Lake House, another historic inn with a conference centre attached (click here for a list of all the accommodations both in and within a short drive of the village).

Join the locals this winter in celebrating Christmas in Bayfield while you take part in the Lighting of the Lights at Clan Gregor Square! You’ll also want to check out the music and other events being presented at Bayfield Town Hall. 

Here are two more items to add to your itinerary when planning your excursion: the Spirits of Bluewater Tours – six driving tours to the craft breweries, wineries, cideries and distilleries within an hour’s drive of Bayfield; and the Bluewater Heritage Tours – including a free downloadable tour will guide you through the intriguing history of this charming “Heritage Village on a Great Lake”!

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