Inn At Glendyer

Address: 356 Smithville Road, Mabou, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, B0E 1X0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located on 356 Smithville Road, Mabou.
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      Burning the day at both ends...

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 12, 2013

      10 photos

      ... to take up food, clothes, tooth brush, etc... to get out of the dungeon ASAP. It all worked out swimmingly and we were actually asleep in our private/reserved reclining chairs prior to setting sail at 1:30 am. There was a brief moment when one of us thought a young boy (about 11) may have to be ... dealt with... when the family of three got into the private area, but he stopped running around and we all fell asleep. While it ...

      Rainy day and Red Shoe Pub

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Jun 30, 2013

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      ... slopes towards Lake Bras d'Or and we are at the lowest spot so it's really muddy. Even where there is grass, it's swampy and squishy to step on. Yuck! It will be good to get to our next spot - hopefully on high ground.

      So we had a lazy day until about 3 when we headed out to Mabou to the Red Shoe Pub. The pub is owned by two of the Rankin sisters (of the musical Rankin family) and they ...

      Dinner and Music at The Red Shoe Pub

      A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures on Oct 09, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... met so many fun people. One of the local venue concerts had just got out, and everyone dispersed to local pubs throughout the island to hear the little bands that play throughout the week-long festival. People that are really into Celtic music and dance are so moved by the music that some of them just spontaneously get up and start step dancing or Irish dancing and ...

      We're off!!

      A travel blog entry by kcfarley on Sep 11, 2012

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      ... Finally, during the mid-1800s, Nova Scotia became part of Canada.

      The small town of Inverness on the west coast of Cape Breton Island, sits over a small coal seam, that was mined until the 1990s. Now the town basically survives on fishing and tourism. We stayed the night at a place called MacLeod Inn. The MacLeod name is everywhere in this part of Nova Scotia. We thought it might be more advantageous for us if we ...

      Time for a Ceilidh!

      A travel blog entry by brian_stevens on Jul 15, 2012

      11 photos

      ... a quaint, pastoral farmhouse with well-worn wood, and lots of nooks and crannies. Our room was so delightful with an adjacent side-room with a couch and spare bed. So cute! It’s filled with Irish themed books, since it’s on the Ceilidh Trail. After checking in, we ran right out to get to the world-famous, Red Shoe Pub. It’s owned and operated by the renowned musical family Rankin. Not sure who was there, but Michael Hall was leading a traditional ceilidh ...