Guest Book

Read the reviews from visitors who enjoyed their Mukoka B & B stay. 

Guest Book

Noel and Narelle from Australia (September 2016):

Thank you very much for your generosity and attention to our needs to make our stay here very memorable. You live in a gorgeous area - the lake view being one of a kind. The breakfasts - magnifique!

Angela and Brian from Cobourg, Ontario  (September 2016):

This was our first time at a B&B and we weren't sure what to expect. It took quite a search to find a pet free environment that could accommodate my gluten and lactose free diet. Thank you so much for making delicious breakfasts that were safe for me to eat.

Despite the rainy weather we had a good time exploring the area and felt welcome and relaxed in your beautiful waterfront home.  

Thanks for a great first experience.

Kim from Ajax (July 2016):

My third stay at Tuktawayin was just as beautiful as the other two. I want to stay forever once I've settled in for a few days. I always go home feeling like I've been to a spa. Thank you Elaine and Dave for being such generous and gracious hosts. It is always a pleasure and an honour to be in your home.

Fred and Mary Ellen from London, Ontario (July, 2016):

I knew when I found your website this would be a special place! So beautiful and relaxing. Thank you Dave and Elaine for such a relaxing and enjoyable time. True perfection.

Birte and Jorn from Cologne, Germany (June 2016):

How lucky we are to pick the best B&B in Gravenhurst. Thank you so much for making us feel at home and for providing us with enough information to last for three honeymoon trips. And thank you for teaching us canoeing and SUP-ing and sharing your delicious food with us. We could not imagine a better place to stay for our trip.

Mark from Mississauga, Ontario (May 2016):

Every aspect of our stay at Elaine's BNB was exceptional. Centrally located in the naturally beautiful Muskoka region abundant with outdoor opportunity. Elaine responded fast to our inquiry and was flexible to our specific situation. Elaine and Dave's lakeside home and property are gorgeous. Much common space is graciously provided within their home along with the room. Lakeside is picturesque and perfect for lounging or taking advantage of the water for swimming or canoeing. We were lucky to catch up with Elaine while she kayaked on the lake and she showed us an amazing inlet where we saw an otter. The breakfast was fantastic and delicious. Homemade muffins, banana bread, oatmeal, granola, smoothie, juice blends and lots of fruit. Perfect! Elaine and Dave were very helpful with touring advice and provide a well stocked travel area with maps, brochures etc.. A lot of heart and thought have gone into making an exceptional BNB experience. Elaine and Dave were great hosts. We highly recommend visiting Muskoka and staying at their BNB. We will be back!

Bennett and Gail from Toronto, Ontario (February 2016):

Thank you for opening your home and hearts to us.

Your home is exquisite, peaceful, warm and nurturing.

You are incredibly gracious hosts that go above and beyond. You both made us feel welcome and extremely comfortable.

This has been the most relaxing weekend we have had in a very long time. We feel recharged and ready and able to face the "tomorrow".

Bill and Jo from Toronto, Ontario  (January 2016):

If there's one single home that's the perfect B&B, this is it. Found it on the Net, no recommendations, visited with hesitation, and realized I'd lucked into one of the best places on the planet. 

My wife and I had been under immense stress, and the Robbinses' was the ideal de-stressor. Food that was rib-sticking yet perfectly healthy, comfy bed, a surround so laid-back it was almost hallucinatory, views to die for, a snowshoeing tour led by Elaine (who must be the fittest 45-year-old alive), and best of all that friendly-home atmosphere . . . I'm almost reluctant to praise it all further, lest the Northern Hemisphere descend on them and make their lives less tranquil. 

But if you're looking at their website, and hesitating? I say this like a US Army drill sergeant: Go! Go! Go!

PS. On top of everything, it's absolutely romantic.