Don’t be mislead by the use of the word ‘Inn’. In Canada, inn is used for any B&B accommodation offering more than a certain number of bedrooms. There is no bar and no alcohol…
This is a large old farmhouse quite a distance outside Baddeck, almost at the end of the 205 where it rejoins 105. There are signs along the way encouraging you that you are not lost.
We were in the old house which has eight rooms. There is a large veranda which leads into a large open plan area with dining room and lounge (with the owners private quarters beyond). Tea and coffee are available any time in the dining room with a box of Maryland cookies to keep the pangs of hunger at bay.
We had a big rather characterless and sparsely furnished bedroom with two beds. The bathroom was small with only a shower.
Menus are provided for the various eateries in Baddeck and the owners are happy for you to bring back food and eat in the dining room.
Breakfast was available from 7.30 and was ample and filing. It was nice to have fresh fruit and yogurt available