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This hotel is worth a visit for the setting alone! It was on our list of historic Canadian Grand Hotels to visit.The hotel is often booked for weddings (there were two while we were there) so we recommend to book early. We had room 226,...More
The food, and the service, in both the Purple Thistle Dinning Room and the Highland Sitting Room was outstanding, and the views of the ocean were incredible. The only drawback was that the rooms in the "Inn at Keltic", the complex where we stayed, were...More
We spent 3 nights at the historic Keltic Lodge in the Cape Breton Highlands. Simply spectacular location, charming old hotel with history but good facilities. Live music every night when we were there, provided for a lively time. Excellent breakfast and both the lobster and...More
The lodge is located inside the Cape Breton park; excellent location on the Atlantic coast. The rooms, service, food, entertainment and environment was outstanding. We really enjoyed our stay. They have free WiFi throughout the property. Definitely worth the trip!! Highly recommended.
After a round of golf at Highland Links....up the road 30 seconds to the Keltic Lodge for lunch.
Wow! What a spread....Lobster, mussels, potato salad, greens, fresh bread and beer or two and an amazing strawberry shortcake.
The head chef came out to show us...More
I think the nearest airport is Sydney and I'm pretty sure it will be more than an hours drive. Since Keltic Lodge, and the Cabot Trail itself, is very rural, you would probably be better off renting a vehicle at the airport... More
I think the nearest airport is Sydney and I'm pretty sure it will be more than an hours drive. Since Keltic Lodge, and the Cabot Trail itself, is very rural, you would probably be better off renting a vehicle at the airport and driving to the Lodge. It is a very easy drive and that way you would be able to see more of Cape Breton Island which you must see if you are planning to stay at the lodge.
If you would like any further information, please feel free to ask as we just returned from Nova Scotia 2 weeks ago.