Eating

Baddeck Lobster Suppers

We are a family owned, neighborhood restaurant featuring locally fished lobster, salmon, crab and more! We’re looking forward to hosting you for an evening of grub and glug on the…
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Cabot Trail Motel

A Refreshing Stop Along the Way… Refresh your body and soul with a stay at the Cabot Trail Motel during your travels on Cape Breton Island. Located on the outskirts…
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Chanterelle Country Inn & Cottages

A four and 1/2 star Country Inn and Cottages providing a quiet retreat on 150 acres overlooking St. Ann’s Harbour. Offers a totally “green” environment, elegant rooms, original works of…
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Gisele’s Country Inn

Where European charm and sophistication meets warm Cape Breton hospitality. Our 4-star hotel rooms and accommodations, combined with personal and friendly service, create a truly incomparable experience. Our guest rooms…
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Green Highlander Lodge

Three inviting suites overlooking the beautiful Bras d’Or plus fully outfitted fishing and canoe tours. Enjoy our own Yellow Cello Cafe on either of our two fully licensed decks or…
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Herring Choker Deli Cafe

The Herring Choker is conveniently located 13 km west of Baddeck on the Trans-Canada Highway. It’s the perfect stop on your way to or from the Cabot Trail and Newfoundland…
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Inverary Resort

Only the Inverary Resort offers you accommodations and cottages right on the waterfront of Baddeck, Alexander Graham Bell’s beloved Cape Breton home, and the starting point of the world-famous Cabot…
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Lynwood Country Inn & Restaurant

Rest in a century old home tastefully decorated with antique furnishings, our new luxury suites or housekeeping cottage in the heart of the village. Or enjoy a delicious meal in…
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Silver Dart Lodge

Whether you want to sit and relax while taking in the beautiful scenery or get active and take a hike on the walking trails, kayak on the lakes, or tour…
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Telegraph House & Cottages

The Telegraph House, built in 1861, once contained the office of the first Trans-Oceanic Cable Company from where some of the first telegraph messages in North America were sent. Located…
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