Summer Photo Contest at Cabot Shores It’s time for our newest Cabot Shores Photo Contest! As we all practice social distancing to flatten the curve, have you been feeling a little stir crazy? You may be dreaming of your next getaway to Cabot Shores. We want to give back to our previous guests as a …
Tiny House The Tiny House is Cabot Shores’ sweet spot between the spacious chalets and the glamping-style yurts and domes. With larch wood and spruce from floor to ceiling, the tiny house offers a cottage-like experience at a cost effective price. The Tiny House comes fully equipped with its very own kitchen (microwave, mini fridge, …
As fall sets in we are reminded by the crisp mornings and chilly evenings to have extra clothing, blankets or quilts, and extra hot tea when heading outdoors. Many people are surprised that Cabot Shores is open 4 seasons, and even more so that we encourage our guests to stay in Mongolian and cedar style yurts …
Imagine the fragrance of fresh cedar as you wake when the sun rises and as you relax in the evening in the graceful circle of a Japanese cedar Ofuro Soaking Tub. Many guests don’t think of the aroma when choosing a place to stay, but it’s a pleasant surprise that delights all our guests. Our …
Have old-fashioned grass and ground underneath you and still be near the Cabot Trail. At the edge of the Indian Brook Wilderness, along the Indian Brook River, just below the Indian Brook waterfalls, you’ll have access to tent sites, fire pits, picnic tables, Church Pond and Indian Brook swimming holes, along with a plethora of Cape Breton’s finest sights and activities right at your fingertips:
Swim, fish and kayak/canoe - Hike, bird and moose gaze - Cook, play and enjoy solitude
Our campgrounds are terrific for:
Cyclists, alone or in groups, of all stripes
Hikers – Couples and Families
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The tipi is perfect in any arrangement, whether you’re a couple, a family or group. It comfortably sleeps up to 12 adults, with enough room for you and your backpacks.
Sitting on a wooden platform floor, the base diameter of the tipi is 22 feet. A hearty canvas covers 27-foot-long spruce poles, which were cut, skinned and smoothed by the draw knives of the Cabot Shores family.
While sleeping on mats is recommended, twin and queen-size beds are available for “deluxe” comfort seekers.
There is a fire-pit just outside the door, facing the ocean, for cooking or bonfires. Bathrooms and showers are just […]