Sunrise from the deck of the Outside Inn

Address: 203 Cooper Road, Pelee Island, Ontario

Telephone: 519-724-2566
"There is only one great thing
 The Only Thing
 To live,
 To see the great day that dawns,
 And the light that fills the world
Old Inuit Song 



 

Rates for 2013 for occupancy of 6

Off season rates: May, September, October

Weekly-$1200
Weekend-$500
Weeknight-$200 (2 night minimum)

Prime Season: June, July, August

Weekly-$1350
Weekend-$600
Weeknight-$225(2 night minimum)
$50 for each extra guest

Hunts

3rd Hunt available-$300 a night
All clean-up hunts available-$250 a night

Pets are welcome.

Linen, towels and toiletries not included.

Non-refundable 50% deposit is required to confirm your reservation.
Balance due 30 days in advance of your stay.


Ideal setting for sabbatical - open year-around.

FOUR BEDROOM HOME ON THE WATERFRONT

ACCOMMODATIONS:

2 queen beds
1 double bed
2 twin beds

2 full baths

Large great room with cathedral ceiling

Open kitchen and dining area

Propane fireplace

2 decks and barbeque

Washer/Dryer available

 

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(at bottom of the page)
hosts - pelee island outside inn

Hosts Roger Poisson. Mary Lou Atkinson, and Odin the family pet
- full-time island residents

hosts - pelee island outside inn

View from the road

 

 

Kitchen with walkout to deck

 

 

Dining Room

 

 

 


Living Room

 

 

Stairway to upper floor

 

 

 

Bedroom

 

 

Bathroom

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Bathroom

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Bedroom

 

 



Bedroom deck view

 

 


Two waterfront decks

 

 

Upper bedroom view

 

 

Deck view

 

 

Shoreline

 

Sunrise on the east shore

 

 

Sunrise on the east shore

 

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How To Get Here

Cooper Road, Pelee Island

<< click map to enlarge image >>

Visit Pelee.org for more information on the ferry service


 

Visit Pelee Outside Inn on Pelee Island - the southernmost tip of Canada - famous for magnificent bird migrations and autumn skies brilliantly aglow with migrating monarch butterflies. Explore majestic Carolinian forests, oak and old pine stands or dig your toes into glorious stretches of sand dunes and beach. Observe a wonderful array of Great Lakes wildlife in well-conserved wetlands and protected marshes.

Be thrilled by historical tales of shipbuilding, shipwrecks and heroic rescues at the Pelee Island Heritage Centre.

Hike or bike around picturesque Pelee Island to tour the Pelee Island Winery's Wine Pavilion where you can sample acclaimed vintages and enjoy special events from May to October.

Plan your Lake Erie visit and be prepared to toast your good fortune!

 

Pelee Island Historic Lighthouse
Photo By Ethan Meleg

Use the links below to explore Canada's most southerly community

Visit Pelee.org for more information on the ferry and how to get here.

 


Availability Calendar

 

Address: 203 Cooper Road, Pelee Island, Ontario
Telephone: 519-724-2566
Email: atkinsonmarylou@gmail.com


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