Wheelchair Accessible Cottage/Chalet on Cape Breton

Wheelchair accessible Tan Chalet

by Paul on April 6, 2012

in Accommodations, Blog, Chalets



The Tan Chalet  at Cabot Shores is  wheelchair accessible, designed with you in mind. 

There is a ramp, the doors are wide and there is clearance within the downstairs kitchen/dining room/living room.
The bathroom has a roll in shower.

The living room has a magnificent patio door offering a panoramic view of Church Pond,
the beach, the Atlantic and the Bird Islands.

There are paths from your parking space right next to the Tan Chalet, between the chalets and
over to Whiff’s Lodge.

You will also find entry to our main lodge and its Bistro wheelchair accessible, so that as you motor
over to the lodge, you can enter up a ramp.

Here are some more pictures of the Tan chalet…



                            Kitchen/Living Room/Dining Room


{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

sue laune January 1, 2014 at 6:29 pm

My husband uses a walker and a motorized scooter. we have never been in your area but understand it is beautiful. We love the water and nature. Not sure if Paul is up for the long journey there, as we live near St. Louis, Mo. But we thought we would just start by finding out about handicapped lodging and go from there. Your chalet looked wonderful. Would like to know if August is hot or is it cool there. Need to travel when it is not to hot . Please send price and any other information you may have. Thank you Paul and Sue Laune

Paul January 1, 2014 at 7:58 pm

Hi There,

August is a great month to be on Cape Breton, not too hot, but good for swimming, boating and getting around Cape Breton. Yes, it is a long journey from St. Louis but doable and Cape Breton Island in all its beauty and with the hospitality of its people is worth the trip!

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