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.
Cabot Shores is the first and only 4 season wilderness resort on the Cabot Trail of Cape Breton Island
Located on the Cabot Trail, Cabot Shores was founded in 2004, when Dr. Paul and Barbara created a gathering place including a geobarn lodge and four chalets on 55 acres bordering Indian Brook, Church Pond and the Atlantic. Cabot Shores is the first and only 4 star, 4 season Wilderness Resort which is at once an adventure destination, gathering place for couples and families and groups, and a jump-off point for the Cabot Trail and other iconic spots around Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
Cabot Shores hosted the first Shambhala Lineage Festival.
At one point Kristine McCutcheon spoke of the influence
and the teachings of a King.
See this excerpt in this talk taking place in the Green
Chalet at Cabot Shores as part of the Shambhala meditation retreat.
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Dr. Paul’s An Adventure a Day~Mild to Wild~
Lobster Fishing with Charlie Boorman & Captain Mac Innis
Imagine being the star in an adventure movie.
A producer puts together the right team and the director makes it all work on the screen.
But it’s you doing the adventures–some are mild, some are wild, but as English TV adventurer, travel writer and actor Charley Boorman said to me on a lobster boat this summer at 4:40am: “get involved in the adventure.”
Russ Malkin directs Charlie and two amazing videographers (Mungo and Jessel) filming a series called Extreme Frontiers Canada for Channel 5 UK & Disney Discovery […]
“Caz” was doing the Cabot Trail with a media crew, saw the sign for the
Cabot Shores Bistro and stopped in.
They sat on the deck and lunched on seafood chowder and home made
rolls…talked of adventures, food, hiking and Glooscap stories of the
Bird Islands, and the good fortune of getting a good cup of coffee with a homemade brownie along the Cabot Trail.
Toasting With Coffee
Wyn Ruji of LA did the camerawork and Jenni Dogett of the Redwood Group, London
Says they’ll be back…not sure if the interview will be on CTV. We’ll see…
Caz was born in Haiti, was raised in Toronto and is […]
Barbara & Dr. Paul In “5 Weeks to New Life” Episode
(“Can You Afford to Live Your Dream?”)
The story is about an entrepreneur who takes a risk in starting Cabot
Shores. That would be Dr. Paul. Barbara thinks he is risking too much,
complicating their lives, is over his head…in pursuit of a dream…
The dream is Cabot Shores on an Island, you know it, called Cape Breton.
You’ll see us in the episode:”Can You Afford to Live Your Dream?“.
There’s tension, separation and even a happy
ending, but judge for yourself and let us hear your comments…
What do you think of the expert, Jane Bryant Quinn? […]
Laura Jean Grant wrote an article on Charley Boorman and lobster fishing adventures
in the Cape Breton Post. It was great being on the boat with Charley and the Extreme
Frontier’s crew and the the MacInnis lobster fishing crew…and afterwards eating lobster and
plank salmon cooked here over a fire by chef Carl Nemeth.
Here is Charley clearing the table in the lodge.
Charley Boorman bussing tables at Cabot Shores
And here is the article in the capebretonpost.com by Laura Jean Grant…
Extreme Frontiers Canada visits Cape Breton
Submitted photoCharley Boorman posted on Twitter this photo of himself lobster fishing off Cape Breton earlier […]
Cast of “5 Weeks to a Better Life “
The “5 Weeks to A Better Life” web TV Show is on… Barbara and Dr. Paul on a WGBH/AARP reality program. It’s about
a group of “baby boomers’ on Retreat with a revolving group of experts
You may have already seen it on the web or heard us asking for tips on being on TV on our website.
Tips for Being on TV
Most frequent tip for Barbara: “just be yourself and don’t worry: they’ll love you!” (I know, I do)
Most frequent tip for Paul: “don’t talk too much about Cabot Shores…just be […]
John Henry Lafford is an esteemed guide and guest at Cabot Shores. An elder in the Mi’kmaq band at Eskasoni, John Henry holds a parallel vision with Cabot Shores, in terms of awakening, exploring and discovering what may be of use to future generations. A guide to Mi’kmaq traditions, he has built a […]