We 'retired' to this Blessed Isle of Cape Breton in 1995. For 11 yrs we operated a B&B but added a full kitchen and made it...More information +
We 'retired' to this Blessed Isle of Cape Breton in 1995. For 11 yrs we operated a B&B but added a full kitchen and made it into a Guest House in order for me to have more time for my gardens! Our home is across the driveway from the unit. We are very familiar with the area for love to share it with our guests.
The Old Miller Trout farm, a working trout farm, is "at the end of the road', a km from our nearest neighbour and places to explore and walk on the property abound.
2 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 6
Left on Apr 23, 2011 for a stay in August 2005
Top class accommodation - about the best we came across in several trips to Nova Scotia. Set in a fabulous, tranquil, valley location close to the Cabot trail. The trout ponds provided first class fishing (and eating - try them barbecued for breakfast). The thing that made the biggest difference at 'Old Miller' was our hosts. We arrived as guests but lefs as friends for life!