Comfortable and convenient, the Manitoulin Hotel is a modern hotel that nonetheless reflects the region’s heritage, incorporating touches of First Nation design throughout the decor — bed scarves with traditional patchwork patterns and natural materials like wood and stone are featured throughout the hotel.
Its central location right on the North Channel of Lake Huron allows easy access to the pleasures of Ontario. On the hotel grounds, you’ll find walking trails to downtown Little Currant as well as a view of the historic Manitoulin Swing Bridge. Guests are able to enjoy casual dining at the North 46 Restaurant, whose outdoor patio boasts views of the lake and surrounding La Cloche Mountains.
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This property offers 47 traditional guest rooms, 4 suites and 7 wheelchair-accessible Business suites. Each of the rooms features Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, a television and coffee-making facilities. The majority of rooms feature two queen beds, although there are a few number of accessible guest rooms that offer king beds.
You can see the area’s heritage reflected throughout the decor, with small touches of contemporary First Nations elements. Bright patchwork bed scarves and natural stone and wood add pops of interest to the guest rooms.
Set on the waterfront, the hotel is just a short walk to downtown Little Current, wood and stone decor are present throughout the hotel, reflecting Manitoulin's rich First Nations culture.
Food and drink
Enjoy casual fine dining with a view of the LaCloche Mountain range and the North Channel on Lake Huron. Both the outdoor patio and indoor dining area provide views of the lake and mountains. Also, it’s a 15-minute walk to other dining options within the small town of Little Current. Do be aware that eating beyond 9 pm becomes very difficult as restaurants tend to close early (including the hotel restaurant).
This hotel combines a convenient location with comfortable well-appointed rooms, making it a good option if you want to explore everything that Manitoulin Island has to offer).