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All reviewsother guestseggsnova scotiacape bretoninteresting conversationguest loungetoastbreakfast was deliciousnice living roomwelcoming hoststraveling companionsave roomwalking trailsfeel right at homequeen bedbabbling brookwould definitely stay here again
Peaceful and charming. Clean, comfortable rooms. Breakfast was also great. Just the right distance from town. Had 2 lovely dinners at the Red shoe in town. Thanks for a lovely stay. Great value for money.
We highly recommend staying at this historic inn. Once the house of Donald the Dyer, the owner of the local woolen mill, the area is now quiet and peaceful. Glendyer Brook no longer powers the mill but does provide a soothing noise. The sounds of...More
Stayed for 3 nights at the Glendyer and our stay was really comfortable. Our room was beautifully decorated and it had a nice sitting area as well as a spa bath. Right outside our window, you can hear the nearby river - a babbling brook...More
Nice quiet spot. Was staying for business so unfortunately didn't have the opportunity to enjoy the property or walking trails. Rooms was nice and bed was very comfortable. Wi-fi worked fine. Breakfast was filling.
This was our first Bed and Breakfast stay on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. Jill warmly greeted us at the door, as we ducked in out of the rain. Truthfully, the Inn was a bit farther from town (Mabou) than we had expected, but...More