Mira River Cottages & Riverbank Restaurant

are located on a pristine property on the Mira River, Cape Breton with river access and blooming meadows for the avid naturalist and hiker.

Our shore line offers swimming and canoing. Nearby beaches at the Atlantic Ocean and the Two River Wildlife Park are only a 15 minute drive away. To the Fortress of Louisbourg it's a 25 minutes drive, to Sydney 20 minutes, Baddeck 40 minutes, Highland Village 70 minutes and the Mira Provincial Park 20 minutes. We have information about near by Walking Trails on hand. We are ideal located to explore Cape Breton Island.


What our Guests say

  • Arrived at the cottages in August. The area is beautiful. We were really pleased with the cottages. Just sorry it was too warm to light a fire in the wood stove. Everything was bright and cherry and we felt very welcomed. Went canoeing a couple times on the Mira. Definitely will come back. One last note, the food is incredible.
    – Heather & Scott, Elmsdale, NS
  • Thank you very much for accommodating our family in your cottages and guest rooms. We have hat a very good time and the cottage have allowed cousins, who live in different countries, to play together. All the best
    – Chris & Marcia, Chicago
  • We enjoyed your beautiful cottages and wonderful property. You provide excellent food in your restaurant at reasonable prices. We will definitely recommend our stay here to our family and friends.
    Thank you for your wonderful service.
    – Susan & Jonatan, Sweden
  • Last Weekend my Husband and I enjoyed a delicious meal and surroundings at the Riverbank Restaurant. We both think it is a blessing when a person like you settles in Cape Breton. You are a example of friendly and hospitable greetings. It was a pleasure. Thank you for a great dinning experience.
    – Steve & Rita, Sydney NS
  • Dear Cottage Owner at the Mira,
    What a wonderful stay we have had. Your cottage was a home away from home this summer and we have created many cherish able memories here that will not soon be forgotten. With much gratitude...
    – The Coyle-Family