Since 1909, The Parke House has commanded a magnificent view overlooking Colpoy's Bay.
The village of Colpoy's Bay, named after British Navy Admiral Sir John Colpoys, was settled during the late 1850s. Both grist and sawmills were established to help the early settlers develop the area.
William and Hermione Parke moved into "Hillcrest," as it was known in 1909. Their daughter, Gladys Parke, lived in the house since 1995. Since then, it has been a B&B.
Quayside Landing really is your "key" to the Bruce Peninsula. We are right on the Bruce Trail, as it winds its way along the north shore of the bay.
A short jaunt across the peninsula lies Lake Huron, specifically the Fishing Islands, a kiteboarding and kayaking mecca.
We are located just north of Wiarton, where you will find all your small town needs: shopping, dining, a full-service marina, Farmer's Market, and hospital.
Renowned Sauble Beach is also close by, as is Bruce Peninsula National Park.
The peninsula is ready for you to unlock your senses. Join us on this world biosphere reserve for your adventure of the great outdoors.
Step One: Go Outside!