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This was a one nighter for us, midway between Halifax and Cape Breton. Neat, clean, spacious. Stove there if you need it. Otherwise, just a short drive to the center of town. We ate at the Brownstone Cafe. Really good. Continental breakfast was excellent. Excellent...More
OVERVIEW: The external appearance is unprepossessing, but don’t be put off.
Inside, the rooms are in excellent condition – presumably, renovated fairly recently.
The bathrooms are generously sized and well kitted out. Nice toiletries are provided.
Modern split-system heat pump worked quietly and flawlessly....More
Whatever your reason is for being in Antigonish, you can't go wrong with this facility. It is close to campus and the town; you can even choose to walk there if you wish. For a longer stay you have kettle, fridge in the rooms; for...More
When arriving to Antigonish Evergreen Inn, it is clear to see that Rick and Linda take pride in their property and aim to provide the best possible experience for their guests. The room was spotless and every need we could have was already anticipated. Breakfast,...More
Clean, compact and close to town, this tidy motel has the feel of a city suite but the quiet of a country inn. Breakfast includes home-made baked goods. The eating area is tiny, so the jovial hosts urge guests to take breakfast back to their...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$117 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The answer depends on the cancellation policy for that particular reservation. Our normal cancellation policy for anyone booking a room for one or two nights is 48 hours. If a cancellation is received we will try and sell... More
The answer depends on the cancellation policy for that particular reservation. Our normal cancellation policy for anyone booking a room for one or two nights is 48 hours. If a cancellation is received we will try and sell the room and if we are successful, will not charge for the late cancellation. We will charge for a night we cannot fill.
We get reservations for multiple rooms for 1 or 2 weeks and they are made up to a year in advance. For these reservations we require 2 weeks notice and this applies to the entire reservation. The reason being that while holding these rooms, we turn away so many potential guests and at last minute it can be difficult to fill the rooms. Sometimes it may appear that we are charging for a room that was sold to someone else however, I assure you this is not the case. We are a small inn with just 8 rooms and a large, last minute cancellation has a considerable affect on our business. I hope this clarifies things for you. If not, and you feel you were not charged fairly, please call me directly to discuss.