North American Traveler
Posted On August 31, 2017
5 Quirky Stays on the East Coast
“Have you ever in your wildest dreams thought you could fall asleep in a raindrop? Or slumber while suspended mid-air inside a quirky cocoon-shaped dome in the Maritime wilderness? What about sleeping in an 18th century lighthouse? These quirky Maritime stays are bound to leave an indelible impression, while making for some fabulous snap-shots along the way.
Dome & Yurt Siesta
A tree top village with Smurf-like domes rising out of the forest and Mongolian yurts in Nova Scotia? Indeed! Cabot Shores on Cape Breton Island entices you to embrace your nomadic roots and connect to nature. You can stay in one of the colourful yurts or opt for a geodesic dome raised up off the ground. Take in the lake views and the Atlantic waters on both sides, while the smell of cedar fills the air. Be sure to have your camera ready to snap a moose photo (they love it there).”
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