Located on the southern border of Bruce Peninsula National Park, The Applewood Inn at 967 Dyers Bay Road is the perfect property for the entrepreneur who is ready to leave city life behind. The property is currently being run as a restaurant and BNB but the zoning allows for a variety of uses.
This property is the ideal opportunity for someone who loves the great outdoors and wants to live and work in a rural setting that is a popular tourist destination. The quaint owners’ quarters are situated above the restaurant. It offers an open concept design allowing for lots of natural light and lakeside views. A partition wall allows for 2 sleeping areas and access to a very large storage space situated above the restaurant dining room.
Applewood Inn is one of the only waterview restaurants between Tobermory and Lions Head. The restaurant currently offers patrons a relaxed casual atmosphere perfectly suited to romantic candlelight dinners overlooking Georgian Bay. It is currently licensed under A.G.C.O for up to 40 patrons but most recently operating at a 20-seat capacity. The kitchen area is spacious and well accessorized, offering a beautiful view of the bay even for the chef! It boasts a large prep space and a dedicated dishwashing area.
The property also features a 350 square foot self-contained guest cottage that is currently being rented out. Its studio-style open concept layout features 1 double bed and a 3-piece bathroom and kitchenette.
Dyers Bay is located on the Bruce Peninsula, the Bruce Trail runs through and it is on the edge of the National Park. It is a quiet, scenic Hamlet overlooking Georgian Bay. It’s great for relaxing and swimming, hiking and bicycling with miles of trails right in front of your doorstep. You can hike north or south or make loop hikes on top of the Escarpment with great views over the water. The next available Store or Restaurants, Banking etc are a 25 min drive north to Tobermory or south to Lions Head.
This property is currently listed at $999,000. For more information, please contact Mark McDade at (519) 371-5455.