Inns in Northern Cape Breton

The inns at the top of Cape Breton Island are locally owned and owner-operated. As innkeepers the operators’ goal is to provide guests with a comfortable and unique experience while vacationing. They are knowledgeable about local historic sites and activities, both the well known and the lesser known attractions that don’t make it into the tour guide books.

As hosts they are keen to help make your stay as active or relaxed as you desire. Many travellers believe that the individuality and warm hospitality offered by owner-operated inns creates an  accommodation experience that enhances their vacation.

Consider booking your next vacation with innkeepers who look forward to providing visitors with lasting memories and dreams of returning  to the Top of Cape Breton Island.

Four Mile Beach Inn
1528 Bay St. Lawrence Road Sugarloaf , Nova Scotia Phone: 1-902-3832282 Fax: 1-888-503-5551
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An historic inn with old world charm, a beautiful ocean & mountain views, walk a premier beach, the world famous Cabot’s Landing, or enjoy a mountain hike. Enjoy our full buffet breakfast before you explore the best of the Cabot Trail in the rugged wilderness of the Northern Cape Breton Highlands.

Hines’ Ocean View Lodge
Meat Cove Inverness County Cape Breton , Nova Scotia B0C1E0 Phone: 9023832562 Phone: 9023832512
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Discover Meat Cove, Nova Scotia’s most northern and beautiful community, by staying at Hines Ocean View Lodge. We offer 5 rooms, a full kitchen, a barbecue, and two bathrooms. We have a large upper and lower deck to enjoy the sights of a whale-filled ocean with a hot coffee in the morning and a cool beverage in the evening.

Meat Cove Lodge
2305 Meat Cove Rd. Meat Cove , Nova Scotia B0C 1E0 Phone: 1-902-383-2790 Phone: 1-902-383-2672
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In business 15 years. Peaceful, rustic setting, fresh seafood available. Help yourself to traditional Scottish bannach and oatcakes. At the northern tip of Cape Breton Island.

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  • Local services for visitors

    Bank machines can be found at the Central Co-op in Bay St Lawrence and the Neil's Harbour Co-op. Both are open from 9am to 8 pm Monday through Saturday, and Sundays from noon to 5pm.

    Groceries are available in Neil's Harbour, Cape North and Bay St Lawrence.

    The Co-ops in Bay St Lawrence and Neil's Harbour carry beer, wine and other alcohol.

    Fresh, uncooked, unfrozen seafood can be purchased at the docks in Bay St Lawrence, Dingwall and Neil's Harbour. Call ahead for landing times and seasonal availability. Catches will vary with the weather and season. Fresh mussels are available across from the Fire Hall in Cape North. Fresh oysters can be purchased at Hideaway Oyster Market in South Harbour.

    Neil's Harbour is home to the local hospital, health clinic, ambulance and pharmacy. Trained emergency first responders live throughout the region. 911 is the emergency number, and both ambulance and first responders are quick to arrive on the scene.

    Church services are open to all in Bay St Lawrence (Protestant), St Margaret's Village (Roman Catholic), Aspy Bay (United), Dingwall (Roman Catholic), New Haven (Roman Catholic), Neil's Harbour (Anglican).

    The Bay St Lawrence Community Center has a public laundromat, library, fitness center and children's activities.

    Gas and car repair services can be found in Neil's Harbour and Cape North.

    Ask your host to recommended a baby-sitter.