If you’re looking for a romantic inn in Port Hood, look no further than Haus Treuburg Country Inn & Cottages.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the inn.
The property also boasts a restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Cape Breton Island Country Inn, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Clove Hitch Bar & Bistro. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Sandeannie's Bakery and Tea Room.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Port Hood Station Provincial Park (1.2 km), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
The staff at Haus Treuburg Country Inn & Cottages looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We originally planned on spending only two nights in Port Hood after a long drive to get to Cape Breton Island. We had made reservations with hosts Elvi & Georg Kargoll at Haus Treuburg, but only met Elvi in person. We ended up staying in Cottage #3 for three nights and were very pleased with the accommodations. The location of both the cottages and B&B is great, as it’s overlooking the warm-water beach (well, warm for Nova Scotia) and is located next door to the local grocer. It was perfect for us, as the cottage had a barbeque and small kitchen which included dishes and other necessities. The bedroom was spacious, as was the living area and deck. The bathroom included a full bathtub, which was unexpected, and I was especially pleased that the soap was hypo-allergenic. Sometimes the little things make all the difference. My husband and I would happily stay at Haus Treuburg again!…
We spent two nights in one of the cottages on this property and loved out stay. The cottage was uncluttered but had everything we needed. The design and amenities were well thought out for comfort and convenience. We enjoyed evenings on the large, private deck with a lovely view over the water. The central town location was great, right next door to a grocery store and within walking distance to restaurants, but still peaceful. We would happily stay here again if we returned to Port Hood.
Stayed in the main house in one of the upstairs guest rooms. Room was moderate size and done in a German/European cottage style. Everything was neat and very clean and the bathroom was huge. Bed was comfortable. Owners were friendly. On the down side, there was really no tv to speak of. It was the size of a computer monitor and the reception was terrible. There was also no fridge. The drapes did not close completely and let in a lot of morning light. There was a lot of noise on the roof caused I think by the wind (not sure exactly). I would like to rate this place higher, but u fortunately the above issues prevent that.
Its dated, but sufficient, nothing off-putting. Front porch view is what you go/for, pay/for. Inside it dated. We stayed one night: I wouldnt return or long-stay. Look for something else even if it cost a bit more. Not sorry we went but...
Even though this is a 104 year building it has been updated with modern toilets...so no outhouse to travel to. The inside is mostly old knotty pine. The rooms carry on that theme with more knotty pine but updated with painted walls, electric fireplace, coffee maker and tv. So, all the modern conveniences. For extra dollars you can get a full German breakfast or in the evening a five course dinner. Everything was clean and the room was quiet. You will not get cold with the down coverlets. Our host was very helpful in providing information and making some calls for us to find a lost phone.