Sunday, July 23, 2017

Our Communities

Dining & Culinary

Fergus Tandoori Grill
Fraberts Fresh Food
Goofie Newfie Pub & Grill
I Love Chocolate
The Village Olive Grove
Van Gali's Café


Elora Farmers' Market
Grand River Raceway
OLG Slots
Wellington County Museum & Archives

Festivals & Events

Elora Festival & Singers
Fergus Scottish Festival
Fergus Truck Show
Sensational Elora

Fly Fishing

Grand River Outfitting & Fly Shop

Grand River Troutfitters




Click above to
view and read our Visitor Guide
to Elora, Fergus and
Wellington County.


Visit our Members using the links below

Dream Corners
Drew House
Elora's White Garden
Fergus Fly~In
Flying Leap
Gardener's Cottage
Groves House
London House
Maplecrest Farm
Maryhill Country Inn
Oxy Acres
Veranda House Suites

Map all Accommodations...

Alongside the banks of the Grand River lie the enchanting communities of Elora and Fergus – only five minutes apart, and just an hour outside Toronto.

An area rich in culture, dining, historical heritage and world-renowned festivals and events, you’ll find many unique Bed and Breakfast experiences that will ensure a good night’s rest and hearty breakfast to help you make the most of the time you spend here.


The Elora Gorge is one of the most scenic areas in southern Ontario, with limestone cliffs descending 80 feet into the Grand and Irvine Rivers where small caves, rapids, falls, and quiet waters beckon adventurous visitors. The Grand has been designated a Heritage River, and is a premier fly fishing destination that attracts anglers from around the world.

The area is also well known for its award-winning festivals, including the Fergus Scottish Festival and Highland Games and the Fergus Truck Show—both the largest events of their kind in North America. The Elora Festival brings the world of music to the area every July and August, and the Festival Singers perform on various special dates throughout the year.

Bed Race

A number of years ago, we sponsored a Bed Race as part of Sensational Elora. You can see some pretty funny pictures here...

Elora and Fergus

Elora is a charming village first settled in the early 1800s by mainly Scottish pioneers, and has been admired for its special beauty since its beginnings. Walking along Mill, Metcalfe and Geddes Streets, you will find many artisans and boutiques offering local hand-blown glass, art, jewellery, fashion, fine crafts and antiques, dotted with quaint cafés, pubs and restaurants.

A.J. Casson from Canada’s Group of Seven artists had a special love for this town and became ‘obsessed’ with sketching it, claiming that it was “unlike any other Ontario town”.  Casson’s initial impression of the area and its natural beauty still resonates today and is complimented by the feeling of antiquity the town has been able to maintain through the years. 

Fergus, originally known as “Little Falls,” is an attractive town steeped in history and enhanced by the town’s collection of well-preserved 19th century stone buildings. The Grand River winds its way through the downtown and acts as the site for some of the finest hiking, cycling, water activities, shopping and dining, not to mention its part as the scenic backdrop for downtown Fergus and live theatre.

FEBBA’s Accommodating Hosts

Whether you’re coming for an overnight visit, or a longer period to explore all our area has to offer, the B&Bs of the Fergus Elora Bed & Breakfast Association will enhance your stay, and make you feel at home.  Your Bed and Breakfast experience is one of service, comfort, and hospitality—an experience as unique, rich and memorable as each of our hosts, and the area itself.

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