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 Two Tittle B&B 

   Where the green of the hills meets the blue of the sea!
Member for 5 Years
Two Tittle B&B - Main House

Main Photos
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Contact info

Address:
RR#2 2119 Whitepoint Road 
Whitepoint Village, Nova Scotia  
B0C 1G0

Contact :
Phone : 1 (902) 383-2817
Phone : 1 (866) 231-4078 (toll free)
E-Mail :
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Your Host(s) : Cyril and Marg Dunphy

Subscriber Number : 13437
Visitors to this Page: 8,190

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Website 1www.twotittle.com


Amenities

[ NO Smoking Allowed in B&B ] [ Ensuite Private Bathroom Available ] [ B&B Owner has NO Pets in house ] [ NO Pets Allowed ] [ Children are Welcome ] [ Car Parking Available ] [ Motorycle Parking Available ] [ Bicycle Storage Available ] [ Wireless Internet Available ]

Number of Rooms : 2
Breakfast Service : Full, Vegetarian,
Beds Available : Single, Double, Queen,
Bathrooms Available : Ensuite,


Payment Methods
[ Cash ] [ Traveller Cheques ] [ BBCanada In-House Gift Certificates ]

Description
  • Two Tittle Bed & Breakfast is located in the tiny fishing community of White Point a short distance off the Cabot Trail in Northeastern Cape Breton.
  • Birthplace of renowned Scottish Fiddler Winston Scotty Fitzgerald whose melodies were inspired by the surrounding beauty and a simple way of life.
  • The property is situated on a hillock overlooking a small beach and fishing wharf.
  • Panoramic views of the surrounding Highlands and the rugged northern coastline of Aspy Bay.
  • Witness one of the most spectacular sunsets you will ever see. To the tunes of Winston Scotty, watch as bald-eagles circle overhead and let your imagination soar as you peer out on where North American history began more than 500 years ago.
  • Revel in the clean air and natural beauty as you come across endless varieties of wildlife, birds and flora and fauna. Whales can frequently be seen both from the breakfast room window and the hiking trail.

Policies

Seasonal Information : Open year-round.


Directions

If traveling from the south (via Ingonish), exit at Neil's Harbour and continue along the Scenic Route for approximately 6 miles and turn right. If traveling from the North, turn left at Effie's Brook just before re-entering the National Park. Proceed for approximately 5 miles and turn left. Although we are off the beaten path, we are still only a short drive from most amenities and the area's major attractions.

Subscriber Number : 13437
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