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We (my sister, brother-in-law and I) loved the charm and cleanliness of the Telegraph House, a real historic dwelling cared for by several generations of the Dunlop family, whose last representative and current owner/manager, Shawn, is a uniquely gracious and welcoming host. We enjoyed staying...More
We stayed in one of the free standing duplexes. Upon arrival there were no hand towels, decaf coffee or creamers. There was a nice Jacuzzi hot tub but no drain plug to fill it. Now the fun begins when I find an old dirty t-shirt...More
My room was large and very comfortable. The large window was a plus. The owner was very gracious and visited with guests in the parlor. The Inn is conveniently located in the center of town. The entire town is within walking distance.
We stayed one night in one of the cabins (they are duplexes) behind the main building. The main room was small, with barely enough room to put our suitcases (on the floor, no stands). The only seating in the room was a wicker one for...More
Historic Telegraph House is right in the centre of Baddeck at the start and end of the Cabot Trail. It is a friendly hotel/motel with comfortable rooms even if they are smaller than they look on the website. The only disappointment was that in early...More