QuaySide Landing is located along the shore of beautiful Colpoy's Bay, on the Bruce Peninsula. Join us on this World Biosphere Reserve for your outdoor adventures.
For over 27 years, we operated the MarketSide Cafe & Food Shop in the heart of downtown Owen Sound. Always committed to offering "fine food" from fresh local harvest, our tradition of cooking with gusto continues at QuaySide.
We are delighted to have become the new caretakers of The Parke House. Its tradition as a B&B is long and well-established. Our location on the north shore of Colpoy's Bay affords amazing views of the bay from every room.
Karin Vanderheyden Thomas
Karin is a graduate of the culinary arts program at Georgian College and has a degree in fibre arts from Sheridan College School of Design. She interned at the Banff School of Arts and brings her extensive knowledge and passion for the arts to everything she does at QuaySide Landing.
Highly influenced by her mother's baking and entertaining expertise, Karin is a gifted and creative culinary talent with a vast repertoire of recipes to suit all dietary needs.
She is the President of the local Women's Institute and led the charge to save the historic hall, which is now a popular concert venue for Colpoy's Bay residents and guests to enjoy.
Paul Thomas moved to the village of Colpoy's Bay in 2014 and has taken advantage of myriad opportunities to ski on local trails, play the tennis court behind the Women's Institute Hall, hike the Bruce Trail, kayak out his front door and otherwise enjoy the spectacular landscape of this corner of the Bruce Peninsula.
His Master's degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph has been put to good use in developing the extensive potager at Quayside Landing.
Paul is a regular columnist in Grey Bruce MOSAIC and The Wiarton Echo.
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