Inn on the Intervale

Inn on the Intervale - Bed & Breakfast

The Inn on the Intervale is a three-story riverside log home offering 4 bedrooms, each w/full bath in Judique, Nova Scotia, at the entry point to Cape Breton Island, including the Cabot Trail, Bras d'Or lakes and Celtic Colours.

The Inn on the Intervale is a unique, 15-year-old, 4,500-square foot log home with 4 full-bath bedrooms, including two comfortable sitting rooms, as well as a screened-in sunroom porch overlooking the Intervale Creek.

Just under a 40 minute scenic drive to Cabot Links & Cabot Cliffs golf courses. These are two acclaimed World Top 100 courses, with three on-site exquisite dining experiences.

5 minute drive to the Celtic Music Centre. Drop in for lunch and live music, a Ceilidh or Pub night, a one-on-one demonstration with their in-house musician, take part in one of the Centre's workshops and or take a tour through our Interactive Exhibit room.

Go fly fishing, take a hike & practice your chip shot at the Inn on the Intervale!

Enjoy two sitting areas, both the sun porch on the creek and the front porch, as well as the spacious grounds surrounding the lodge, including a pleasant, grassy walk to the Intervale Creek. Also access the kitchen and dining areas.

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P:1 (313) 506-9942

What our guest are saying...


Relax...Unwind...Enjoy nature at it's finest. The Inn on the Intervale, has it all, peaceful meadows, magnificent Cape Breton forestlands and hillsides surrounding the Inn, as well as the picturesque Intervale Brook below.


The lodge was built by a Judique native, the late Duncan A MacEachern, and his good friend, Carole Levens, who still summers at the lodge. Your hosts are Duncan's sons and their families, who are carrying on their father's tradition of making the Inn a warm and comfortable Inn for friends and friends-to-be who have traveled great distances to visit Cape Breton.


The Inn is located right off the main Cape Breton drag, Highway 19. It is our guests' access to everywhere on Cape Breton Island.