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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.

Join the conversation on the Cabot Shores blog! 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 tell us what interests you most.

Hot Tubs at Cabot Shores

Ask our guests about their favourite way to relax while visiting Cabot Shores and they will begin to speak enthusiastically about our hot tubs!  Most of our accommodations have a hot tub right on the patio or deck; however, some of our smaller yurts and some of our off-grid yurts and domes require guests to …

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An aerial view of Cabot Shores on Cape Breton Island.

Corporate Retreats in Beautiful Nova Scotia

Whether it’s for building camaraderie, boosting morale, or just letting your team know you’re grateful, corporate retreats offer the perfect opportunity to do something special with those who have helped make your hard work and dedication worthwhile. To say that planning and hosting an event during such an odd era of our history can be …

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Cabot Shores on the Weather Network

We had so much fun a few months ago when Nathan Coleman of the Weather Network came to visit, bringing with him his cameraman brother and their father, the talented artist Ed Coleman. Nathan had hoped to make Cabot Shores home base while he captured wintertime yurt camping and outdoor Cabot Trail adventures, but the …

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Hiking Along the Cabot Trail: Cape Smokey

The Cape Smokey Picnic Park, situated just along the Cabot Trail is a 40km drive from Cabot Shores. Regardless of the weather, the trip offers views that will leave you with your face pressed up against the car window for the duration of the drive. If you happen to be the designated driver, the Cape …

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Hiking the Middle Head Trail at Cape Breton Highlands National Park

About Middle Head Trail The Middle Head Trail located within the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, follows a long and narrow peninsula separated by two ocean bays, ending on cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. There are plenty of opportunities to see seabirds, seals, and eagles! If you don’t have time to commit to a full …

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