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Stayed here on our first night in Cape Breton. We stayed in one of 2 buildings that had 6 private rooms each with their own ensuite. Our king suite overlooked the river and was quite large. The bathroom was very spacious. There's a shared fridge...More
Sure there may be cheaper places to stay in the Mabou area BUT I can guarantee you that they don't serve blueberry and apple pancakes with home made strawberry rhubarb sauce or have an innkeeper that can play flawless Dead for lucky guests!! My family...More
When I walked in, I expected the Duncreigan Country Inn to be triple the price. It is a gorgeous bed & breakfast a short walk from the Red Shoe Pub and the Mabou Community Hall (where you can see Cape Breton fiddlers at a ceilidh)....More
We had a king suite which was quite spacious with a beautiful view of the river. The bed was fine, and the overhead fan helped keep the room comfortable. The walls were thin, and we could hear a good bit of noise like showers starting,...More
What's not to love about a quiet inn situated on an estuary with Celtic sounds, antique shops and decent grub just a walk away. Generous rooms, great bedding and clean bathrooms lorded over by a jovial host who does pancake breakfasts -- perfection. Beautiful nature...More
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Mona, the room rate includes breakfast which is a hot/ cold breakfast buffet style. It is absolutely delicious with nice homemade baked goods. As to Queen rooms, just go to the web page and it will tell you what each room... More
Mona, the room rate includes breakfast which is a hot/ cold breakfast buffet style. It is absolutely delicious with nice homemade baked goods. As to Queen rooms, just go to the web page and it will tell you what each room has.