Opened in 1997, Tanner’s Inn & Dining is situated on eleven scenic acres in Ontario Canada’s “Near North/Blue Sky” tourism region. Tanners Inn & Dining is surrounded by the area’s natural beauty. We were formerly known as “The Roundstone Inn” but since adding our dining room we have re-branded ourselves as “Tanners Inn & Dining”, still the same family owned business for over 16 years. We are only five minutes from a beautiful sandy beach.See map.
For your dining pleasure and for entertaining guests our dining room and pub provides fully licensed service in a comfortable and relaxing “come as you are” environment. Please see the Tanner’s Dining pages for a complete menu and beverages listing, including seasonal and daily specials.
Although the inn is small in size, we offer a wide variety of accommodations and we’re open year round for your enjoyment. Our guest accommodations were designed and built with many extras for your comfort and convenience, including such personal favourites as patterned sheets and towels, cork screws for your wine, a patio table and umbrella, magazines, board games and playing cards. New, tastefully decorated, deluxe guest rooms and cottages provide all the comforts of home. All of our guest accommodations feature a deck or patio, gas barbeque, fridge, microwave, satellite TV and a three-piece bath. Some rooms have gas fireplaces.
For the outdoor enthusiast, many activities are available. In addition to a nearby beach, our nature trail provides a pleasant walk and an opportunity to enjoy the region’s birds and other wildlife along the way, including a beaver pond at the end of the trail. During some seasons the deer and other neighbouring forest dwellers may actually stop by the lodge and cottage yards for a visit.
Our new name reflects no change in ownership or hospitality. Our goal remains the same: to make your stay memorable so you will return to visit with us again and again. Your comments are always welcome.
Your hosts: Beryl, James and Paul Rogers
Your chef de cuisine: Barry Tanner