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.
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Is Your Dog Part of the Family?
Would it just be easier to bring your pet along?
Cosmo Welcomes Your Pet
Cosmo here, official guide and greeter at Cabot Shores. I welcome you and your companions, as long as they’re friendly (and don’t take my food!)
Call toll free 866 929 2584, say “pet friendly Cosmo and your pet stays free (instead of $15-$25 a night).
We’ve got many special places a pet can stay at Cabot Shores, with our own separate entrances:
Bunk With Your Dog Whiff’s Lodge:
Room 5 has separate entrance outside and entrance to room from hallway
Room 6a has separate entrance outside and entrance […]
As a doctor in Psychology, a teacher and a businessman, Dr. Paul and his wife, Barbara, “B”, a nurse and acupuncturist, have created Cabot Shores as a place for rest and renewal along life’s journey. Founded in 2004, Cabot Shores is now celebrating 7 years as a destination along the Cabot Trail.
Barbara is getting more involved as director of Gate of Life Healing Arts and turning our Bistro into a popular stop not only for guests, but for locals and for other travelers along the trail. And, Paul, a doctor of psychology, now focuses more on being a doctor […]
Original Inhabitants Cape Breton Island’s first residents were likely Maritime Archaic natives, ancestors of the Mi’kmaq, the latter of whom inhabited the island at the time of European discovery. Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot) reportedly visited the island in 1497 to become the first European explorer to visit present-day Canada. However, historians are unclear as to …
Located on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, the site consists of 10 hectares of land, overlooking Baddeck Bay, part of the Bras d’Or Lakes, and Beinn Bhreagh, Bell’s summer home, where much of his scientific work was pursued. The land slopes steeply from the exhibit complex to a small pond beside Highway 205. The Site …
“During my stay at Cabot Shores, I enjoyed playing pool in the downstairs and walking down to the beach in the morning…”
Mathew Benoit, 9, Portland Maine
“Cabot Shores is a very special place. We loved building rock sculptures on the beach and finding treasures like lobster buoys and wonderful drift wood. Thank you for keeping an running such an ideal resort…”
Anna Benoit, social worker and Matt’s Grandma, Portland, Maine
“I had one of these magic experiences in Cabot Shores when we went up the Indian Brook. We canoed, walked and swam up to these amazing waterfalls. Everything was just right. There […]