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.
Experience a Cabot Trail Adventure Together a day–whether you’re a family, a bunch of friends, or a group. Here is a way to treasure time together and have fun adventures around Cape Breton. This package is ideal for 4 or more people. Available from May 15, 2016 to October 31, 2016. Cabot Trail Adventure Together […]
Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort has gift certificates available year round, offering lodging, bistro adventure and relaxation in customizable packages. We focus on experiences here, and sometimes the best gift to give is the gift of retreat and invigoration in the outdoors. Here are a few ideas on how to personalize your gift certificates for family, […]
Summer is about special adventures. It’s the Cabot Trail. It’s about trying new things like stand-up paddling (yolo boards), discovering waterfalls and sea caves off the beaten path, or observing an eagle or moose. Relax and taste delicious new dishes made fresh from our garden & orchard harvests. Pack up your pets and come to our […]
Cabot Shores is all about access to waterfalls along Indian Brook
leading to Church Pond with access to the Atlantic.
Layla Paddling into the Cabot Strait
Just in front of the chalets is a lagoon where you
can launch your canoe into Church Pond with friends…
Into the Lagoon with Your Canoes & Friends
All along these bodies of water our guests Kayak and Canoe and now Yolo Board. All available at Cabot
Shores and some tours arranged through our adventure partners like Angelo Spinozzola (for sea kayaks)
and Mi’kmaq guide John Henry Lafford for expeditions all over and along Cape Breton Island.
Exploring with Cosmo on Church Pond
The trees are showing all shades from yellow to dark red, the apples are ripe and sweet and the weather is still pleasant. Perfect time for a Cider Making Getaway! The foliage is changing during October and into November, local hikes to waterfalls are nearby and you can still do some paddling of canoes, kayaks and […]