Harbor side in Port Hood this large 1910 Queen Anne Revival inn offers a friendly Cape Breton welcome to its guests. Each room is unique room, set off rambling hallways, and while the décor isn’t as precious as other Nova Scotia B&B’s, it’s cheery, filled with a mix of real antiques and reproductions, and kept immaculately clean. Room number 6 is the best; the maid’s quarters at one time, it’s now a large suite with four-poster bed on hardwood floors and commanding views of nearby islands and a beach with a boardwalk behind it. If you’re a senior, you are in luck—discounts are offered. One unit is wheelchair accessible. The owners run a small, unremarkable motel across the street next to an inviting pub.