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What a lovely place to stay. Alexander Graham Bell used to stay here before he had his own house built so there is a lot of history there. There's a lovely sitting room which is beautifully decorated and has some interesting things in it. Our...More
A wonderful gem in a beautiful surrounding. Central to all things Cape Breton, rooms are clean and uniquely decorated. Staff are very friendly and go above and beyond to ensure a fabulous stay. The restaurant is 100% gluten free and second to no other on...More
The Telegraph House was perfect choice to stop on the way back home from our Vacation in Newfoundland. Nova Scotia is blessed with so many great Inn's and Houses to stay, it's just part of our charm. the Telegraph House is fits the bill in...More
The room was very charming, decorated in a Victorian style. The bed were super comfortable. The room was supplied with a Keurig coffee machine with coffee pods. The fridge had cream and milk containers. The bathroom was clean and well-supplied. Several restaurants are close -...More
Sadly we only stayed at the Telegraph House and Motel for one night as we ended our Cabot Trail tour. I wish we could have stayed longer. The hotel is so unique, quirky and perfectly located in the center of town, easy access to everything...More
US$91 - US$137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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