We booked this b and b after reading other glowing reviews. We arrived about 5pm to an empty house. After looking around we spotted a note taped to a window saying that the owner was away, but would return the next morning. Our key was left on the kitchen table and the note also instructed anyone else that might arrive to select an empty room. Our room which was nicely furnished, similar to other maritime b and bs. 4 rooms shared 2 full bathrooms. The bathrooms were clean but there was an odd assortment of leftover shampoos, conditioners, lotions and toothpastes left from previous guests and 1 shared bar of soap. At about 10 pm we turned off the lights, shut the doors and went to bed. We weren't sure whether or not to let the cats in or out. Kathy was there in the morning and served a nice continental breakfast. She was very nice and shared some information about the area. Isaac had still not arrived. When we returned that evening there was still no host but, a full house of guests. We left after breakfast the next day without meeting the host. When booking accommodations I look not only at the facilities but at what makes the place special. Having to caretake the house for the evening was not what I had in mind.
- Also Known As:
- Clayton Farm Bed & Breakfast Mabou, Nova Scotia