About Us

Meet the Owners!

The Oasis in Tobermory, an exotic local destination brought to you by Nick and Neda

Join us for a relaxing stay in our cozy, upscale guesthouse nestled amidst the natural wonders of Tobermory, a spectacular nature destination in the heart of Northern Ontario. We offer all the traditional warmth and charm of cottage country, married to an exotic touch of middle eastern hospitality.

You are invited to enjoy the natural beauty of Niagara Escarpment while being pampered in our high thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, Turkish cotton towels, memory foam and latex mattresses and waking up to the aroma of coffee and homemade delights.

A short trip from the big city, nowhere near ordinary.

Our Story

Nick and Neda would like to welcome you into their home. To make our dream of opening a bed and breakfast into reality was a few years in the making. Now we’re delighted to host you in our warm home and pamper you while you’re reenergizing in this beautiful piece of heaven in the Northern Bruce Peninsula.

Combining our skills helped us to reach our vision. Neda’s background in baking, photography and interior decorating plus customer service in retail environment and Nick’s background in carpentry and construction equips us as a team of management, high customer service and maintenance. In the meantime our love of interacting with people, hosting them and sharing stories gives a soul to our business. We love the area so much that we would like to be ambassadors and spokes people for it. Nothing will leave you feeling more relaxed than being one with mother nature.

The Orange Bicycle also has its own story! Neda, who’s originally from Tehran, Iran had to sell her bicycle when she was 15. This was due to banning girls from riding bicycles after the Isalmic Revolution in Iran. After immigrating to Canada in early 1998 she purchased a second hand bicycle in Kensington market and a few months later got a job as a bike courier in downtown Toronto. After Nick bought her another bike it was time to retire her old bike the Huffy. As a symbol of her first bike in her second hometown which was also a source of income, Neda decided to keep it and planted it in their backyard. In the next house the bike was eventually spray painted orange and moved to the front garden. When Nick and Neda moved to Tobermory the orange bicycle went with them and was planted in the front garden right away!

We love to travel, to meet new friends, to share cultural values, to respect our differences and promote peace and love, to laugh and not take ourselves too seriously. We love to share our beautiful home with you. Bringing one smile at a time to everyone’s face is our mission.

Be happy,