Stonehill Bed & Breakfast
Lonely Planet review
Built in 1875 with limestone from the quarry in back, this old farmhouse is stone silent. Two limestone walls with airspace between them ensure no sound gets through. With waterfront views, a parklike setting and friendly hosts, a night's sleep here is probably the best bargain on the island. Check out the fossils embedded in the front steps!
Our independent authors have visited Stonehill Bed & Breakfast and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Pelee Island.
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