The Tobermory Princess Hotel is centrally located and only minutes away from dive shops and hiking trails. We will work with you to create a package to suit the needs of your group.

Packages can include accommodations and meal plans. We offer packed picnic lunches, breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Contact our special events co-ordinator to help plan your group’s meals and accommodations @ 519-596-8282 toll free 1-877-901-8282 or email us

Manager’s Special

Disconnect from online and reconnect with nature.  The start of the Bruce Trail is just steps away from the Tobermory Princess Hotel and our dining room is open daily from 8am serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Friendly staff, comfortable rooms and a full serve dining room, we have everything you need for a convenient and comfortable stay. We look forward to welcoming you.  Call our front desk associates at 519-596-8282 or book online.  


Upcoming Events


StrengthBox Biophilic Weekender – June 1 – 3rd, 2018 with Greg Carver.                              Kick start your summer fitness routine with some hiking along the Bruce Trail and some non-competitive workouts under the direction of Greg Carver.  Call 519-596-8282 or book online and use STRENGTH2018 in the promo code box to reserve your spot.  See below for all the details.

Bruce Peninsula Orchid Festival –  June 1st – 3rd, 2018.                                                                  The Tobermory Princess Hotel is just steps away from the Orchid Festival Headquarters at the National Park Visitor Centre.  Book your room now online or call 519-596-8282

Greg Vincent – Annual Orchid Adventure – June 15-17, 2018.                                                 Explore some of the hot spots in Tobermory and Flowerpot Island with Greg and Jeannette to find some of our indigenous orchids. Enjoy some beautiful sunsets and fireworks celebrating the Chi Cheemaun ferry boat. Book now online limited space available. Use vinjune2018 in promo code box or call 519-596-8282 and speak to one of our front desk associates.  Weekend includes accommodations and 2 dinners, 2 lunches and 2 breakfasts.

Chi Cheemaun Festival – June 15-17, 2018 – more details to follow

New this year book your Bruce Peninsula National Park parking online at

Accessible Customer Service Plan click here for details

Group Cancellation Policy

Minimum rental of 3 or more rooms.
25% of the total cost is required at time of booking. – Should any of these rooms be cancelled, the group leader will be charged for rooms that cannot be resold.
Please contact our special events co-ordinator for further information.


StrengthBox Biophilic Weekender – June 1-3rd, 2018

Event Time: Fri. June 1 - Sun June 3rd / Event Location: Tobermory Princess Hotel


Biophilic Fitness & Hiking Weekender | 2 Nights | June 1 – 3rd, 2018 –  Call 519-596-8282 or Book Online use Promo code Strength2018 to reserve your spot.

Join us for 3 days in Tobermory — the tiny community at the northernmost tip of the beautiful Northern Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada.

On this weekender, we’ll be completing a few hikes (easy to moderately difficult), with a watchful eye out for the many different species of plants and animals that call this place home. Of particular note at this time of year will be the abundance of wildflowers (there are 43 species of wild orchids on the Bruce Peninsula).

Of course we’ll also be learning how to move well and completing a few fun non-competitive workouts (all levels of fitness welcome). From natural movement to playing games, it’ll be a good mix of physical skills, intensity and de-stressing.

We’ll be mixing a variety of outdoor activities and adventures designed to take you out of your current environment and kick-start your early summer fitness program. Enjoy the delicious food, clean air, water and beautiful scenery as you get re-vitalized!

Price: Cdn $375 pp (+ tax) *

* Price is per person, based on double occupancy and is inclusive of two nights hotel accommodations, six meals – created to fit StrengthBox healthy eating guidelines, local transport at the site, guided hikes, mobility conditioning, and natural fitness training sessions.