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.
Introduction to Cabot Shores' Blog:
Enjoy a series of blogs by the Cabot Shores team featuring recipes, do it yourself tips, stories and guides to outdoor adventure and what is new on Cape Breton.
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Cape Breton Island is a special place and we want to know what adventures, events, wildlife, art, music, even which stories around the camp fire engage you the most. Write to us to tell us what interests you most at email@example.com.
From October 7th to 15th not only the trees are colourful on Cape Breton Island: So is the Celtic Colours International Festival, celebrating music and culture since 20 years! Around the island, dozens of concerts and community events take place, making it a tough choice for every visitor where to go. Here at Cabot Shores we’re lucky to […]
One of the things that most impresses me about exploring a new place in our vast country is the diverse wildflowers. While there are many flowers that can be found in multiple provinces, the distinctions are rather fascinating. Many of the flowers I have discovered growing wild on Cape Breton I am accustomed to […]
July on Cape Breton Island has been defined by beautiful days of warmth and sunshine, broken up by a handful of rainy days… and our organic gardens here at Cabot Shores are loving it! Thanks to the hard work of our garden-to-table interns, who faithfully weed, water and tend the plots on a daily basis, […]
Folksinger/songwriter Rod Macdonald is performing tonight at Cabot Shores. Rod MacDonald was mentored by Pete Seeger and was part of the folk rivaval in Greenwich Village, in New York City. Macdonald played the Bottom Line and Folk City…and has done over 15 cds. Macdonald has appeared with Pete Seeger, Odetta, Emmy Lou Harris, Dave Van […]
The desire to be busy is spread throughout the way we live in a western, capitalist world. To be busy means to be productive; to be productive means to be valuable. Not only do many of us live our work lives in this fashion, the pressure to be productive transcends into our leisure and time […]
I’ve been asking myself how puffin’s have the time to do such intricate beak-art and unique eye-liner—I mean, to be able to perfect that kind of art while floating in an unforgiving and constantly moving ocean is impressive and a skill many of us humans would love to acquire. In all seriousness, the puffins have arrived […]
Trees, plants, grass, animals, humans, limbs, nails, hair, relationships, personalities—these are all things that have the capacity to grow. We are always in the game of growing. Yet, there are limits to how much we grow within a finite world. This is part of the reason why climate change is such a catastrophic global issue […]