Many visitors to Cape Breton realize too late that they would like to extend their stay. There’s so much to do and also Cape Breton/Cabot Shores is a peaceful, safe place to be, even during a worldwide pandemic. In 2019, Travel + Leisure awarded Cape Breton Island the best island in Canada. For some, we …
This was the view from our deck last Friday late afternoon. It had been a day of fickle weather on Cape Breton – sun, then rain, clouds, sun again, even a brief spell of hail. When it was all over, these rainbows made a brief appearance. At Cabot Shores we are blessed not only with …
Neither of us has had breakfast yet but we are setting out on our morning snow shoe: The sun is out, the sky a deep blue; some clouds in from the West – better not wait…. …crossing the pond, now frozen, to the beach, normally accessible by ferry, swimming, or not at all – except …
It is official. Five years young Oliva Pare, of Montreal, is now the
youngest sailor to cross Church Pond via the Eagle Feather Ferry.
This video proofs it, as Darren Pare, proud father, captures his daughter
sailing solo across the strait of Church Pond to the Atlantic Beach opposite
the Bird Islands at Indian Brook, Cape Breton.
Cabot Shores’ owner, Dr. Paul, is quoted as saying to Olivia: “You join the
other record holder who is on the older age of the spectrum…Trudy of Calgary
who is 91 years young”.
When we ask guests what they really like to do at Cabot Shores, we get some surprising
You’d think it would be walking into the Great Room of Whiff’s Lodge or looking at the ocean from any
of the 4 chalets…and these are often mentioned…
…but what a lot of guests says is: “it’s the Eagle Feather Ferry” .
Here it is viewed from the air
Seen from the air, the Eagle Feather crosses Church Pond to the Beach, just about 10 minute walk
from Whiff’s Lodge through the orchard to the edge of the Pnd.
Whether a 91 year old woman
or a band of […]
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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