About The Island Inn

The Island Inn, Ingonish

The Island Inn, Ingonish

The Island Inn has been welcoming visitors to the area since 1926!

Originally known as the Beinn Mara Lodge, and later as the Tartan Terrace Inn, the Inn is situated on a hill overlooking a quiet lake in the village centre. It is within close walking distance of commercial amenities and short drives of the areas major attractions.

The view from the Inn provides an unmatched maritime portrait framed in the background by the highly visible Atlantic Ocean and the Middlehead Peninsula on which sits famed and historic Keltic Lodge.

View overlooking 'Freshwater Lake' and beyond to the Atlantic Ocean

View overlooking ‘Freshwater Lake’ and beyond to the Atlantic Ocean

There is no shortage of Summertime eco and recreational activities

One of many sandy beaches in the area

One of many sandy beaches in the area

Available nearby are:

  • An endless variety of hiking and scenic activities along the fifty miles of rugged accessible coastline and the Highlands of Cape Breton
  • 4 Beaches (1 supervised) offering freshwater and ocean swimming
  • Exploring waterfalls
  • Tennis
  • Highlands Links – Selected by Golf Digest in 1998 as Canada’s top golf course, number 75 in the world
  • Birding and Wildlife viewing
  • Whale Watching
  • Kayaking
  • Scenic Sky Rides – Ski Cape Smokey

And much more including wilderness camping, fishing, beach combing etc.

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