We stayed 1 night at the Anchor Inn in little current 12th May. This was very early in the tourist season so Manitoulin was very quiet almost ghostly a lot of business in the towns were still closed. There wasnt a great deal of accomodation choice in Manitoulin in general very old fashioned we'd driven to Gore Bay earlier and were disappointed as most towns were like ghost towns Little current and the Anchor was a pleasant surprise, there were still a lot of business closed but this place at least had some atmosphere. The Inn didnt look much from the outside and it wasnt easy to spot the front desk to checkin (there wasnt one) you had to go into the cafe front desk. The staff were very friendly and efficient. The owner and his daughter couldnt have been more welcoming the daughter managed a busy bar almost single handedly and even kindly made a call to a friend in ottawa to advise us on what events were on as this was our next stop. The room we were given was on the top floor (think it was 7) it had 2 bedrooms a kitchen and a large shower room. A TV in each bedroom and nice views over the lake front. The furniture was dated but the rooms were very clean and had all the amenities youd need. The bar downstairs was a popular local hangout quite lively and served very good food. We werent affected by any noise in the bar but we did have a top floor room. There were no lifts only stairs. Breakfast wasnt included but there was a very good cafe next door again popular with the locals. Local things I'd recommend if into hiking is the teacup and saucer hike (quite difficult in places) and a quick stop at bridal veil falls.
Location: Canada > Ontario > Northeastern Ontario > Manitoulin Island > Little Current
Free Parking Restaurant
Ranked #4 of 7 hotels in Little Current
- Also Known As:
- Anchor Hotel Little Current
- Anchor Inn Little Current, Ontario - Manitoulin Island