Open year round. Choose between a beautiful chalet, a magical yurt, a tranquility dome, cozy lodge room, tipi, or a campsite. Cabot Shores is the perfect base camp to explore Cape Breton and the Cabot Trial. But first, explore our great packages.
Stay at the Breton Cove Farmhouse on the Cabot Trail
Looking for a place for a family reunion, retreat or just plain adventure destination on the Cabot Trail--visit the Breton Cove Farmhouse, a Cabot Shores partner, along the Cabot Trail.
Have you ever waited to the last minute and wanted to go somewhere special
and it was already booked…?
And you were hoping against hope that it would all come together for a special occasion
a Getaway for Anniversary or Birthday, or just a Change of Scene…?
Cabot Shores gets booked months, even a year or two in advance but sometimes, just sometimes
We have Last Minute Cancelations…a night or two free here or there… Go ahead, check availability
and then call with your date with
In A four star |Lodge or Chalets
In the 4 bedroom farmhouse (one or two families or a group of friends on the […]
The Breton Cove Farmhouse is 12.5 km from Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort, a sister property. It sits both in the tiny village
of Breton Cove and Skir Dhu (meaning “Black Rock”) in Gaelic.
Some folks prefer video to a bunch of words, so here’s a short video showing you the location, outside and
inside of the Breton Cove Farmhouse. Click here for the Story of the Breton Cove Farmhouse or Basic Facts.
Video Intro to the Breton Cove Farmhouse
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Between them is a wonderful beach at Little River.
The Story is about
the land of 180 acres deeded by the king of England along the Atlantic, and the place was once
A self-sustaining farm with pastures, a barn, chicken coop, hog house, orchards, garden…
The border to lobster fishing territory where boats landed at Skir Dhu (Black Rock)
The Urquehardt family over time
Had midwives using the main house for “birthing”
Adopted 5 kids
Was a neighborhood center across from the Gaelic Singers’ Hall and ball field
The place fell into disrepair over 20 years vacancy, its roof caved in and hunters sat upstairs poaching moose and and drinking beer.
The bedroom walls were caved […]
Between Breton and Wreck Cove they say there’s buried treasure. Use your Breton Cove Hideaway as a jumping off point for your own great treasure hunt.
Sample wild blueberries in fields with eagles flying overhead. Take a path to the beach smelling fresh mint in the woods. Hike down to the beach and you’ll find myriad shells and rocks of many colors. About a km further south there’s sandy beaches and caves and a fresh pond on one side. Watch for trout at dusk. Ask for clues for treasure holes!!
Return to the Hideaway and relax in a spacious living room with […]