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When you stay at The Normaway Inn in Margaree Valley, you'll be near the beach and 8 minutes by car from Margaree Salmon Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The best food, so delicious.
Located in Margaree Forks, Margaree Riverview Inn is on a river, a 2-minute drive from Doyles Bridge Pool and 8 minutes from Margaree Salmon Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: Ads for location inaccurate. None of amenities featured were actually available at this location.
Pros: Beds fine
Cons: There were 8 rooms in the section , if there were two new travelers, they were put on each side of your room instead of having an empty room between. Noisy on two nights
Pros: Rooms were clean. Had everything we needed. The staff were extremely pleasant and very friendly.
Cons: Sound carries horribly. We had an extremely loud family next door who allowed their kids to run a mock late into the night, and you can hear everything. This is no fault to the landlord or staff though. It’s the luck of the draw.
Pros: Pet friendly beautiful country location
Cons: Lovely view, comfortable room.
Pros: near the river that we was fishing
Cons: catering for fishermen was not there, having to pay to put a small table in your room was unbelievable, no drying room set up for anglers (main source of income ) . Basic room that you could of got for $20, if you charge to rates you do then at least have something to show for it.
Located in Margaree Harbour, Duck Cove Inn is by the ocean, within a 15-minute drive of Margaree Harbour Range Rear Lighthouse and Polycarpe Glass Art. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Staff were friendly
Cons: Horrible access to satellite tv. My friend was following the baseball championship MLB. Choose the location and spent more because they advertised access. In the room they stated there was no access. Paid extra for dog to stay. Nowhere to put dog waste bags. No outside garbage and yet there were 3 dogs staying there. They had contacted me before stating that the dog must be accompanied at all times and not left in the room and to pick up waste. I did all that but they didn’t take care to have a garbage
Pros: It was fine but the furniture, etc. Very dated, not seen any renovations for a good while. Breakfast was not included. Expensive for what you get.
Pros: Friendly and helpful staff. Great location and amazing views!!! Bed was comfortable. I love that we had a balcony overlooking the water and the bridge. The price for the night is worth it.
Cons: The only problem was that the room did not have a microwave.
Cons: lights went out and no back up lights or candles or generator.
Cons: You must clean your tub ang edges.we are expecting to have a microwave.
Pros: It was comfortable and clean and the view was lovely. They suggested a beautiful restaurant for us to eat at
Cons: When we arrived they had no recollection of our booking and the room is incredibly out dated with decor, this is not what I would class as an Inn, it is a roadside motel. The bathroom needs replacing
Pros: Older motel with lots of history that has been kept up very well. The view is very pretty.
Pros: Very poor stuff, the owners just don’t care to provide a good service. The washroom wad blocked. Mediocre brunch. The location is good, the view is great, beds are comfortable.
Cons: Rude stuff, blocked toilette
Boasting views of the ocean and mountain from their guestrooms, the Yellow Sidecar Bed and Breakfast offers free Wi-Fi access throughout and a daily breakfast. This property is conveniently located on the Cabot Trail. Most of the tastefully decorated rooms share bathroom, while others enjoy a private 1/2 bathroom with toilet and sink. A iPod docking station, radio and heating are also included. Guests can relax in the communal lounge area, equipped with a satellite TV or sit out on the furnished front porch. Seaside Whale & Nature Cruise is at a distance of 16 km, while the Cape Breton Highlands are 20 km away. Parking is provided on site at no charge.
Pros: The hosts are warm and inviting. Like staying with a long lost best friend.
Cons: We had to leave and could only stay one night!
Pros: Hosts took us to a local venue for cape Breton fiddling, took video of the player we expressed interest in, and gave us a cd of parts of the performance. They had videos of other events, including storms in the area in winter, and were happy to tell us about local history and personages. Breakfasts were elegant, and Roger and Brenda always asked if we'd had enough to eat or wanted more. This is the type of B&B we saw in England, Scotland, and Ireland forty years ago!
Pros: Amazing hosts!!! Everything was perfect!! Loved everything about it!
Pros: Our hosts were wonderful and breakfast was delicious My husband really enjoyed watching the live stream with our host. He was so informative and my husband learned a lot about the area and the Cheticamp people...history and current.
Cons: If I had of booked earlier I believe I could have booked a room with a King size bed and full en-suite in the room
Pros: the decoration and food
Pros: EVERYTHING! Brenda and roger run an amazing bnb! The bed was comfortable, toilets clean and spacious and they make a fantastic breakfast :) Definitely a must stay!!
Pros: Charming home, wonderful hosts, delicious breakfast! Excellent location along the Cabot Trail.
Pros: The owners welcome you to their home & even well through the season seemed delighted if you cared to join them in the lounge to share their enthusiasm of the area. They have neat videos which they share with you, according to taste, on local music, extreme weather or what the area looks like in good weather if heaven forbid fate does not shine on your visit. They share the history of the house, the town, Nova Scotia or whatever you are interested in. We only arrived late in the day but the other guests had spent the afternoon at a nearby traditional ceilidh (not even spell checker will help me here!) a couple of miles down the road. What a lovely thing! A beautiful cliff top location from which I saw perhaps the best orange sunset I have ever seen Comfortable, cosy rooms in a historic house. You have your own bathroom though it may be across the landing. Hardly a problem with only 2 rooms to stay in Lovely fresh breakfast Quite charming!
Pros: Hosts gave us a very warm welcome and acceptance. They offer many suggestions where and what to do in the area.
Cons: All was great.
Pros: We were welcomed in a warm and inviting way by the hosts. The breakfasts were amazing. One has an unobstructed view of the sunset . The hosts have information about the local sights which was helpful when it came to hiking trails, shopping, restaurant suggestions. The internet was excellent. Would highly recommend staying here!
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