Stonefield House on St. Joseph Island
photo by Stonefield House.

On St. Joseph Island, tucked away off the main highway 548, and down a short driveway, you’ll find Stonefield House. In a pretty, private setting among trees, meadows, and gardens, the house was built 10 years ago in Irish farmhouse style. “It was purposely built in order to operate a bed and breakfast business,” said Peggy.

“With my background in hospitality and Monte’s love of cooking, it’s been a great fit for us.”

What a beautiful home it is, with a large entryway and three tastefully decorated guest rooms on the second floor, each with an ensuite private bathroom and enough room for eight guests. There is also a library nook in the top landing area, chock full of interesting books and comfy chairs to welcome guests.

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The article was originally posted in Northern Ontario Travel Magazine.

Stonefield House on St. Joseph Island

Sandra J. Trainor Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Sandra is a Freelance Marketing Consultant, specializing in assisting busy small businesses maximize sales and marketing ROI. Sandra recently returned to her hometown, after living and working in the Simcoe County area for more than 30 years. It was there where she developed her passion for local food and agriculture, while working with farmers, producers, farmers’ markets, retailers, and restaurateurs. She believes that food brings people together, no matter what their background and that food grown and produced close to us should be not only supported, but celebrated. In her spare time, Sandra loves to explore area lakes in her kayak and spending time at her cottage on the North Shore.