Southampton's beach is wonderful

and there are lots of other things that you might enjoy!

RESTAURANTS

THE WALKER HOUSE

Corner of High and Grosvenor

?? and crew do a great job on pub style food.

2 minute walk

797

Just across the street

Fine dining with seasonal offerings

2 minute walk

 

THE FORGE & THISTLE

48 Albert St South

A wee Scottish pub. Great food at reasonable cost.

5 minute walk up and around the corner

THE DIZZY BIRD

Just across the street, beside Sisters

Fresh roasted coffee and home-made snacks

2 minute walk

 

SOUTH STABLES COFFEE HOUSE

291 McNabb St, Southampton

A lovely spot worth searching out. Hint - it's in behind the Beer Store. The staff are as terrific as the setting and food.

2 minute drive or 15 minute walk

FUN IN THE SUN

Two doors down

Featuring Kawartha Dairy ice cream. (The salted caramel toffee is Paul's favourite.)

out the door and down 2

DUFFY'S FISH & CHIPS

SW Corner of High and Grosvenor,

Fun family dining, open mic and Karaoke nights

2 minute walk

LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANT

On the corner, at the lights

Your breakfast spot (included with your room), open all day

2 minute walk

 

SHOPPING

 

7 Womens' wear stores to delight!

SISTERS ON HURON

188 High Street, Southampton

Arguably the best fashion shopping in the area (or maybe the country! Disclaimer... Delores Sullivan, the owner, is your host's much better half.)

across the street

The Hamptons

Rhumba

Lac Boutique

L&Co

Logans - The Southampton Store

 

Cabana

all within a minute's walk, right here on High Street

SOUTHAMPTON OLIVE

OIL COMPANY

Downstairs, first door on your right

Amazing seasonal variety of olive oils and balsamic vinegars.  The knowledgeable staff will happily guide you through a tasting delight. (If you have a sweet tooth - like Paul! - try the Cara Cara Orange Vanilla in some fizzy water.  It's better than pop!)

Downstairs!

CULTURE

BRUCE COUNTY MUSEUM & CULTURAL

CENTRE

33 Victoria Street North

County Museum and Archives, the building is an architectural gem combining old and new and overlooking Fairy Lake.  Always featuring new exhibits, the permanent collection is a great resource illustrating the history of Bruce County from the times of original human habitation by the Indigenous Peoples, through colonization and industrialization.  A great visit any time, the Museum is our top recommendation for a rainy day.

5 minute walk, up through the lights and left at the Anglican Church

GALLERIES

LIGHTHOUSE PHOTO GALLERY

Downstairs, first door to your left

Carol Norris is a world -renowned wild life photographer and she compliments her own work with a variety of locally crafted items.  See something you love?  She'll size it and print it on a variety of substrates and frame it, too!

Downstairs, on your left

SOUTHAMPTON ARTS

201 High Street

The Gallery is a co-operative featuring the works of many of our local, very talented artisans.  The Art School is renowned and has classes for all ages and abilities, and across a variety of disciplines.

2 minute walk through the lights, beside the Town Hall

Walking times given are your long-legged host moving quickly, but we suggest that you take your time as there is lots to see.

Fun Fact:  The entire town of Southampton has just

one postal code: N0H 2L0

173 High Street

An Inn for the Fortunate Few

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