Steps to the private beach
Sunset, view from Cottage
Haus Treuburg Country Inn and Cottages with oceanfront
Haus Treuburg is a well-established, highly respected, and successful Inn and Cottages establishment in Port Hood, located on the western side of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
The Heritage House was built in 1914 and it is a beautiful example for early 20th century style which emphasized a simple, but well-crafted use of natural things such as local wood. It was owned by a prosperous local merchant.
The 2 ½ story house with a 2-story bay and full verandah in front is reminiscent of Queen Anne style, but more simplified. Several gables project from a hip roof and there is an air of dignity and variety in the use of bay windows and gables. Beautiful interior woodwork – original - and an exquisitely crafted stairway greets visitors at the foyer. It has a gracious, solid look without being too grand.
In the late 1980 the residential home was turned into an Inn with 3 guest rooms on the second floor and a small fine dining restaurant on the first floor. The restaurant had been featured on “The Great Canadian Food Show” and listed in “Where to eat in Canada” from the opening in 1989 until its closure in 2019.
All 3 rooms have ensuite full bathrooms and are decorated in a European style with all the comfort for today’s lifestyle.
Three one-bedroom cottages are nicely positioned on a spacious property behind the main house and the private beach. Each cottage has a full bathroom, a living room with a kitchenette and a barbecue on the large sundeck. They all have access to the private beach and all have a beautiful view of Port Hood Island, where there are breathtaking sunsets to watch.
The living area in the Heritage House on the first and second floor is 1100 sqf/floor, 500 sqf on the third floor. Each cottage has 500 sqf. The property is well maintained, a propane generator was added two years ago to make the guests comfortable even with a power outage.
Haus Treuburg is a turn-key business, except some personal items. It is currently operated as a seasonal business, but there are opportunities for new ideas and expansion and the new owners can always count on the established confidence, the returning customers.
Port Hood, beach capital of Cape Breton, is a picturesque village by the sea, shaped by its unique history as a “Heritage Port”, the warmest waters of Eastern Canada, pristine beaches, stunning sunsets and all the amenities of a small fishing village.
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