This is the perfect location to enjoy traditional music and dances, walk pristine beaches, hike the headlands and experience Cape Breton hospitality. We stayed 2 nights this summer but I wish it had been longer. Jill, the owner, has provided some unexpected touches like high thread count sheets and hydrotherapy tubs. The house was built about 150 years ago and retains its traditional charm. The buffet breakfast included eggs, scones, fresh fruit, yougurt, and delicious homemade granola which provided enough food to keep us going for most of the day. Room No. 3 has a little adjoining room which was helpful because we had a lot of luggage. Bonus - you can hear the brook from Room No. 3.
- Also Known As:
- Inn At Glendyer Mabou, Nova Scotia