Cabot Shores, 4 Star Adventure Resort on the Cabot
Between the Gulf of the Saint Lawrence and the Atlantic Ocean, on the world famous Cabot Trail, Cabot Shores - Adventure Resort is the place to explore Cape Breton's marvels.......
The Resort offers a combination of 4 star accommodations (Chalets and Lodge Rooms), alternative shelters (Yurts, Tipis and Wigwams) and adventure and retreat programs.
Nestled amongst the trees and well spaced for privacy, our chalets accommodate 2 to 8 people. They have a living room, a kitchen and a dining room, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. A porch opens onto sweeping views of the Atlantic. The kitchen is fully equipped (fridge, stove, utensils) and each unit has ceiling fans, electric heat, and a TV and DVD/VCR. Laundry facilities and Barbecues are available on premise.
Our main lodge combines comfortable bedrooms and suites with private bathrooms with warm and welcoming common areas. Enjoy our restaurant's delicious organic menu while attending a concert or evening entertainment in the Main Hall, or simply relax on one of our decks, reading a good book while keeping an eye on the beach and the ocean in case an eagle would decide to show up...
If you feel a bit more adventurous, stay in one of our wigwams or yurts to enjoy fully the beauty of Cape Breton's natural marvels. Wake up at the sound of birds or spot a moose from your yurt's deck...
You can also participate to our adventures on a daily basis, canoeing up the Indian Brook, sailing to the Bird Islands, or fishing with one of our local guides.
There is something to do for everybody at Cabot Shores, so come enjoy a unique stay in Cape Breton #1 Adventure Resort!
More about the area:
The Cabot Trail - and Cape Breton Island in general - is a delight for the traveler. Less than 40 minutes drive from Cabot Shores you will find as many great activities and attractions as:
- 2 world class golf courses
- Some of the most beautiful beaches
of the Maritimes
- The Maritimes #1 ski resort - Cape
- Many bird watching and whale
watching boat tours
- The Gaelic College which offers
Celtic concerts and cultural
- Many beautiful hikes in the Cape
Breton Highlands National Park
- Beautiful sailboat tours in Saint
Ann's Bay or on the Bras D'Or Lake
- Baddeck: Alexander Graham Bell's
And many more activities such as Canoeing, Kayaking, Fly fishing, Biking, Animal tracking, etc...
And if you go a little bit further (1 hour to 1hour and a half by car), do not miss The Louisbourg Fortress and The Highlands Village, two of the best attractions of the Island.
Finally a simple tour of the Cabot Trail (count a day by car to do the full loop at a leisurely pace...) will offer you some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world!
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Installations & Politiques Hôtel
- Accueil 24h/24
- Petit déjeuner inclus
- Parking gratuit
- Accès à Internet
- Bureau des excursions
Politique d'annulationCette propriété a une politique d'annulation de 1 jours. Si vous n'annulez pas dans cet intervalle de temps, vous devrez payer des frais d'annulation du montant de la première nuit de votre séjour.
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By Car from Halifax Airport
Take Provincial Highway 102 in direction of Truro. Follow it for 45 miles until Truro. Then take the Trans Canada 104 east for 100 miles in direction of Antigonish-Cape Breton. After the Canso Causeway, go north on PH105 towards Baddeck. About 20 miles after Baddeck, take exit 11 and follow the Cabot Trail (north) for about 25 miles until you reach Indian Brook. Cabot Shores' entrance is on your right after the bridge and the fire station. You shorten the last part of the trip by taking the exit 12 to the Englishtown Ferry and then follow the Cabot trail from the other side of the bay. (Count $5 for the ferry)
By Car from Sydney
Take PH125 in direction of Sidney Mines until you reach the PH105. Go West on PH105 in direction of Baddeck. Take the exit 12 to the Englishtown Ferry and follow the Cabot trail north, from the other side of the bay for about 15 minutes. You can also take the Cabot Trail a bit further, from the exit 11 (it makes the trip slightly longer but offers beautiful view of Saint Ann's bay).
Salty Bear, Jump on - Jump off tours:
With our partner, Salty Bear, you can reach Cabot Shores by mini-bus twice a week from Halifax, Annapolis, or Charlottetown(PEI). For more information, see www.saltybear.com.