Located in Kincardine, Ontario, this hotel offers an on-site bar complete with karaoke and billiards. All elegant rooms include free WiFi and continental breakfast.
Cable TV is featured in each comfortably furnished room at the Sutton Park Inn. Tea and coffee-making facilities are provided. All rooms are equipped with a fridge and microwave. Free local calling is available.
Sutton Park Inn has an on-site restaurant called Akima House.
It serves a selection of Japanese and Korean dishes.
A business center complete with fax and photocopying services is available at Sutton Park Inn. Dry cleaning is offered. Vending machines featuring snacks and drinks are located on site.
This property is situated just a minutes' drive from Highway 21.
The shores of Lake Huron and several well-maintained beaches can be found within 5 minutes' drive.
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SEE & DO
Situated in Kincardine, Sutton Park Inn is within 2 mi (3 km) of Kincardine Golf Club, Bluewater Summer Playhouse, and Walker House. Kincardine Lighthouse and Station Beach are also within 3 mi (5 km).
SERVICES & AMENITIES
All you need
Front Desk (limited hours)
Meeting Rooms/Banquet Hall
Dry Cleaning/Laundry Service
This octagonal wooden tower is the only ‘downtown’ lighthouse on the Bruce Coast.
Station Beach is definitely a beach for little ones with its shallow water, gradual slope, sandy beach, and a smattering of pebbles lining the water's edge.
One of Canada’s oldest golf courses, Kincardine Golf Club is a semi-private, nine hole course steeped in tradition. The course measures about 3,000 yards and offers a challenge for all levels of golfers. If you are a golf history buff it is a must play.
The Walker House was built in 1850 by Francis "Paddy" Walker and remains the oldest standing wooden hotel in Bruce & Grey Counties, and the oldest building in town.
The award winning Kincardine Scottish Festival & Highland Games attracts thousands of visitors each year. The Festival is a non-profit community effort that relies on sponsorships and grants and the generous donation of time of over 300 volunteers.