Open year round. Choose between a beautiful chalet, a magical yurt, a treetop or tranquility dome, cozy lodge room, or a campsite. Cabot Shores is the perfect base camp to explore Cape Breton and the Cabot Trial. But first, explore our great packages.
On January 20th, members, volunteers and friends gathered at the Dobson Yaught Club in Sydney to celebrate Velo Cape Breton’s 9th annual potluck & awards banquet.
A delicious spread was laid out for guests to enjoy while events from the past year were reviewed along with a look at the upcoming rides and events that are in the plans for 2012.
Fun games took place throughout the evening with the announcement of the 2011 awards winners following. Some of the awards handed out during the evening included Most Improved Cyclist, Most Motivating Cyclist & Community Spirit Awards. Cabot Shores took home the […]
Bruce Erskine called yesterday from the Halifax Chronicle Herald, where he covers the Nova Scotia business scene. He wanted my to get my reaction: Cabot Shores being rated one of the top 3 lodgings in Nova Scotia by USA Today Travel…
It was a good way to start the New Year, seeing Cabot Shores in the business section of Nova Scotia’s largest newspaper
and getting calls for interviews from Cape Breton radio stations…
Late this morning, Barbara was about to demonstrate Shambhala meditation at a “Senior’s Lunch” in
St. Ann’s and before she could get started people were coming up to us and […]
David Harris writes in USA Today Travel Tips of the attractions of Nova Scotia, from Halifax to the Cape Breton Highlands.
Harris says that Nova Scotia has “fine and unique hotels,” and then selects what he considers as the Best Rated Nova Scotia Hotels.
Cabot Shores is mentioned as one of three Nova Scotia best rated hotels, and the only one mentioned from Cape Breton Island.
We are grateful that Nova Scotia is getting such extensive press these days and that Cabot Shores is mentioned in the article.
We congratulate Calvin Wadden, owner of Pictou Lodge, a place we refer our guests often in transit to […]
Cape Breton heads to the top of BBC Travel’s list of the world’s best islands.
This year, it is only Santorini, Greece and Bali, Indonesia that are ahead
of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. They highlight Cape Breton’s scenery–
the great views, the “cliff-backed beaches”, the forests– and the multi-cultural environment
of Cape Breton, typified by local music and ceilidh.
Here you can read more about BBC Travel’s rationale.
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 […]
Whiff’s lodge at Cabot Shores is in the Gallery tomorrow of the internet portal of Canoe.Ca Travel. The good news is that Cabot Shores is listed as one of the top 10 All Inclusive Canadian Resorts. We’re in good company, with Clayoquot Wilderness Resort in British Columbia, among others. Thanks are due […]
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