Found out that the best way to enjoy your winter experience is to have fun with it, rather than just to struggle with the snow–in the photo above you’ll see a snowshoe family expedition. Cabot Shores is open 4 seasons each year. Our guests make the most of winter fun, I’ve always said since …
“Dare to Go To…” spots include Cape Breton Island in its list of 10 spots worldwide, the CNN10. Some other locations mentioned include the Artic Circle, Bhutan, Bolivia, Idaho, Malawi, Mongolia, North Island New Zealand, Romania, and outer space as a frontier. The CNN article describes Cape Breton as “real and rugged”. Natalie MacMaster, a …
Cape Breton’s Cabot Trail has a history of high ratings from magazines and other media.
National Geographic, Conde Nast, Travel and Leisure, and the Readers’ Digest all have
written about the beauty of Cape Breton Island, especially the Cabot Trail.
Now Foxnews.com has named the Cabot Trail one of the “world’s top 10 highways”.
The article in foxnews.com goes on to say: “the Cabot Trail brings travellers through lush
green forests that in the fall transform into a breathtaking sea of reds, oranges and yellows
as the leaves change colors. Along the route, drivers will come across an abundance of restaurants,
museums, galeries as well as hiking […]
Cabot Shores is known as one of the first and only Yurt camping areas on Cape Breton Island.
A few years ago, the CBC sent a reporter to interview Dr. Paul on the Yurt adventures here. And, coincidentally,
two guests were celebrating their 10th anniversary, in the Yurt.
Most recently, Readers Digest Canada did an article on Your Guide to Summer Camping, with mention of Cabot Shores
by journalist Katherine Laidlaw as “secluded and swanky.” And there is a relatively new website which features worldwide accommodations in the category of “Glamping” or Glamorous Camping. The site is called Glamping Hub and has a premier […]
Journalist Michelle Brunet writes in Celtic Life International about hiking the Cape Breton Highlands, off the Cabot Trail.
She interviewed Jason McNeil about North River Falls (described in our article on our 3 favorite waterfall hikes)
Park expert Marieve Theriault on Mt. Franey
And Dr. Paul on trails along Indian Brook (for full article see, September, Celtic Life International, starting on page 32) Below is an excerpt:
On hiking: Celtic Life International
Margie MacVicar is a grandmother, retired entrepreneur, and member of the Cape Breastoners, a group of Breast Cancer Survivors, and a hero of ours…
It is not just her ability to adapt and survive, it is her spirit of adventure and of generosity.
You see, we set about organizing a Breast Cancer Retreat with Breast Cancer Action Nova Scotia, a group based in Halifax and admirably serving all of Nova Scotia, with yearly retreats on mainland Nova Scotia.
The idea of the Cape Breton Retreat was and is to involve Cape Breton breast cancer survivors in a retreat that didn’t require them to […]