It was our first trip to Nova Scotia and since we were driving form Maine we thought we would do the Cabot Trail. Plenty of hotel options available but we lucked out when we chose Keltic Quay. It was more of a suite with a kitchen than a room. We had the entire 2nd floor looking onto the lake with a porch and barbecue. Has to be one of the best places to stay in NS. It was quiet, clean and very peaceful. Renie is a great hostess as manager and gave us plenty of restaurant guidance and travel tips. We spent 3 nights here and it was one of the highlights of our trip. Highly recommend Keltic Quay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Keltic Quay's Cape Breton cottages are located on the northeast shore of the Bras d'Or Lakes in the village of Whycocomagh, at the entrance of the Cabot Trail an area of outstanding natural beauty and spectacular vistas. Ranked one of the top places to stay our twelve 4.5 star Canada Select one and two-bedroom Cape Breton cottages and suites include everything you need for world class accommodations and our main lodge is the ideal place for a great game of pool or darts with new friends. Whether you're here to see the Cabot Tail, conduct business or for pleasure we can help you plan what will surely be a memorable place to stay on Cape Breton Island. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Keltic Quay Bayfront Lodge Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia - Cape Breton Island