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This hotel is drenched in history. Our room was large considering the age of the hotel, Built in 1861. Alexander Graham Bell frequented this location. There are bathrooms in all rooms (obviously a renovation). We ate in the restaurant which was very elegant. I would...More
My husband and I spent one night in the 3rd floor section behind the main house. The room size was ok but old, hard and uncomfortable bed and pillows, no fan in bathroom, no mat in high edged tub, a regulator on the shower making...More
We stayed in one of the motel-style rooms at the back of the main building, which was spacious enough and had a good sized bathroom. These units are getting a bit dated but are well decorated and very clean. Our only complaint would be the...More
Stayed here 2 nights in a cabin room. We liked the shabby chic decor and our own little porch seating area with a sliver of lake view. The hotel is right in the center of town & you can walk to everything. The room has...More
This was a great stop for 4 nights and we had a bonus of having a room on the top 3rd floor which was recently renovated and had a small deck looking out over the lake.
While this hotel did not serve breakfast it served...More
$104 - $135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Telegraph House Hotel Baddeck, Nova Scotia - Cape Breton Island