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4932 Cabot Trail, North East Margaree, Nova Scotia, Canada

The Lakes Campground & Cottages is situated on the Cabot Trail at beautiful Lake O’Law, surrounded by the Cape Breton Highlands, offering natural beauty and sparkling waters that you will remember for life. Whether you are staying in a cottage or camping, you will find the atmosphere friendly and gently relaxing.

The campground has 3 way serviced sites, 2 way serviced sites and unserviced sites. Bathrooms have flush toilets, sinks, showers and Laundromat. Each site has a table and fire place.

Fully licensed dining room featuring fresh lobster from our tank, seafood, home cooked meals and a friendly atmosphere.
Amenities include:

Go-karts with a paved 850 ft track
18 hole mini-golf
Canoes, kayaks and paddle boats
Lake swimming
Trout fishing
Children's play area
Water Bumper Boats
Boat Ramp
Boat Dock


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19 Beach Cove Lane, Belle Côte, NS, Canada
902-235-2669 or Toll-free 866-515-2900902-235-2669 or Toll-free 866-515-2900
902-235-2196

A vacation at Island Sunset Resort in Belle Côte, Nova Scotia, on Canada’s breathtaking Cabot Trail, near Margaree Harbour is truly a memorable experience.

Island Sunset offers the most spectacular ocean-side accommodations on Cape Breton Island. Nestled along the western waters of the Island, our beautiful cottages are appointed with a fireplace, whirlpool tub and housekeeping kitchenette. We promise that your stay with us will be inspired…and your senses awakened.
Away from the crowds, this beachfront Resort is 50 feet from the ocean, and is close to shops, cultural attractions and adventure tours. If relaxation is what you are looking for, you will love the slow pace of Belle Cote.
Our ocean-view accommodations are very comfortably appointed with high quality furnishings, fireplace, whirlpool tub, satellite TV and high-speed Internet. The perfect spot to rejuvenate after a day of sight-seeing or a game of golf!



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14803 Cabot Trail, Chéticamp, Nova Scotia, Canada

Complete dinners include your choice of crab, lobster, salmon, halibut, sole or haddock with vegetable, homemade fries or baked potato, roll, dessert & beverage. All fish on the menu is also available by the pound.

“ONE STOP FOR ALL YOUR SEAFOOD NEEDS”

THE ONLY FISH MARKET & LOBSTER TANK IN THE AREA!

Our seasonal family business started in May of 1998. We look forward to your visit in Chéticamp on the world famous Cabot Trail. Choose from a variety of seafood: lobster – live and cooked, fish and chips (cod or haddock) cooked on a grill or deep-fried, scallops, shrimps, clams, mussels, sole & seafood chowder.

There is ample parking and seating for campers and motor coach tours. We can provide a customized menu for motor coach tours and can arrange upon request live entertainment reflecting local colors, in the form of dance troop, choir (in French or English), violin & step dancing or sing-along. Our licensed restaurant can accommodate 52 people and includes a Souvenir Area.



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25 Eveleigh Dr, North Sydney, NS, B2A 3T2

EasyCup Single Serve Local Organic Fairtrade Coffee

The East Coast Coffee Company offers Organic Fairtrade Coffee for business to business (B2B) and online customer purchases.

Local organic coffee, Fairtrade, 90% biodegradable, and seriously desirable.

We, at The East Coast Coffee Company, wish to one day have a 100% compostable product. Our coffee cup is not only a k-cup, but rather it has a soft-bottom, which differs greatly to most plastic hard-bottom kcup products used by most single serve coffees. The soft-bottom of our cups welcomes a more enjoyable coffee experience. This is due to the Bodum-like brewing, which allows the drinker to see and smell the coffee. The ring however, is made of a biomass plastic that is produced using organic plant materials, as opposed to the non-renewable petroleum oil based products. In addition, the bag and lid are also commercially compostable. East Coast coffee are not K-Cups, but rather biodegradable filters which are individually wrapped for optimal freshness.

Each time you rip open one of our single serve Local Fair Trade Organic Coffees, you will experience the Calm Seas of the East Coast.

How to find East Coast Coffee?

East Coast Coffee can be found in many local businesses around Cape Breton Island, including Sobeys.

You can also visit us on https://easycup.com and order online. Free Shipping on orders $59+ within Canada.

Order coffee online today. It’s easy! Local organic coffee delivered to your door from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia in the Maritimes.

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717 Reeves Street, Port Hawkesbury, NS, Canada

The Best Full Service Hospitality in Port Hawkesbury & Port Hastings

Discover the type of lodging and food service hospitality you expect and the quality you deserve. Situated just 8 minutes from the Canso Causeway, Maritime Inn Port Hawkesbury is your ideal base when exploring local culture and sites or resting before a day long expedition to Louisburg or the Cabot Trail.

Port Hawkesbury’s only full service lodging facility
AAA/CAA and Canada Select approved accommodations
On-site Taste of Nova Scotia dining experience


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17 Ross Street, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada

Overlooking the beautiful Bras d’Or Lakes on Ross Street in the Village of Baddeck

Since 1987 we have been offering our customers top quality meals with ‘fresh everyday’, homemade pastries.

Local hard shell Atlantic Lobster
Planked Salmon
AAA Striploin Grilled Steak

The friendly atmosphere and the beautiful scenery along with the good food keep our customers coming back!



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802 Dingwall Road, Dingwall, Nova Scotia, Canada

The top of Cape Breton welcomes you with friendly staff, charming cabins and delicious, locally sourced cuisine!

The Markland is the perfect spot to embrace the Cape Breton beauty. The inviting surroundings will replenish and nourish your soul whether it’s the Atlantic breeze, the touch of the ocean, the brilliant views, the sounds of the fiddle or the taste of freshly picked blueberries.

We offer self contained cabins which are ideal for families on an east coast adventure, cyclists relaxing after a hard ride on the Cabot Trail, or couples finding solitude on the tip of the island.



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8450 Trans Canada Hwy 105 Baddeck, Nova Scotia

Cabot Trail Motel – A Refreshing Stop Along the Way!

Refresh your body and soul with a stay at the Cabot Trail Motel during your travels on Cape Breton Island. Located on the outskirts of the Village of Baddeck, the Cabot Trail Motel offers relaxation, comfort and breathtaking views of the famous Bras d’Or Lakes.

Centrally located, the Cabot Trail Motel is a perfect stop for those wanting to explore the Cabot Trail, visit the Alexander Graham Bell National Museum, take in a game of golf at the Highland Links or step back in history at the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site. You are also conveniently located near the Marine Atlantic Ferry Terminal in North Sydney, entry point to Newfoundland.


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257 Shore Road, Baddeck, NS, Canada

Experience the view that inspired the genius of Alexander Graham Bell!
With more than 90 acres of nature surrounding us, Silver Dart has accommodations to fit all tastes and budgets. Our property features suites in MacNeil House, hilltop chalets, as well as comfortable hotel rooms in our West, East and Main lodges.

Our onsite amenities include a gift shop, pool, fitness centre, beach, walking trails, lakeside gazebo, McCurdy’s Dining Room, Observation Deck Lounge, and best of all – a gorgeous view of the beautiful Bras d’Or Lakes.

Whether you want to sit and relax while taking in the beautiful scenery or get active and take a hike on the walking trails, kayak on the lakes, or tour around the Cabot Trail, we’re sure your stay at Silver Dart Lodge will be most enjoyable.


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48678 Cabot Trail, North River, Nova Scotia

The 100 acre estate of the Chanterelle Country Inn and Cottages is the place to “just be” on the Cabot Trail. Celebrating the beauty and the bounty of Cape Breton Island, it sits high on a brae overlooking the estuary of the North River as it flows into St. Ann’s Harbour. The property has won prestigious recognition for its sustainable practices and for serving a refined regional cuisine. It offers several Nova Scotia Vacation Packages along with friendly expertise to provide personalized touring information and customized itineraries for guests wanting to “get in tune” with the cultural and natural diversity of Cape Breton Island.

The Inn offers eight exquisite rooms and one two-room suite — all with private baths, antique furnishings, oriental carpets and original works of art. It provides the perfect setting for retreats, romantic getaways, small weddings, executive meetings and other special occasions. The one bedroom cottages offer housekeeping facilities, televisions, telephones and spectacular views of the Harbour. In 2009, the Inn was one of 29 in Canada included on the “Stay List” of the National Geographic Traveler.

The Chanterelle’s restaurant specializes in serving a ‘Cape Breton Fresh’ cuisine prepared with locally and organically grown ingredients since 2000. In 2006, the dining room at the Inn was named to the prestigious “500 Best Places to Eat in Canada”, Canada’s national dining guide.

The Chanterelle Inn and Cottages is an ideal location in which one can “suspend reality” and simply take a mental health break. We are pleased to assist travel and tour operators and wedding planners with arrangements and provide personalized services for your group or event.



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479 Chebucto St, Baddeck, NS, Canada

Telegraph House Lodge, Motel & Cottages

Located in Baddeck, Cape Breton Island… the beginning and end of the CABOT TRAIL
famous for its breath-taking scenery…Relax in the surroundings of ‘Open Fireplace’ Hospitality!

The Telegraph House, built in 1861, is owned and operated by the fourth and fifth generations of the Dunlop Family. As once contained the office of the first Trans-Oceanic Cable Company, some of the first telegraph messages in North America were sent from the office in the “Telegraph House”.

Alexander Graham Bell’s ‘Bell room no.1’ is preserved in much the same style and charm as it was when staying here in the late 1880’s.
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10289 Cabot Trail, Margaree Harbour, NS, Canada

The Duck Cove Inn and Dining Room on the Cabot Trail is nestled on a hilltop in the Margaree River Valley with a panoramic view of the Margaree River, a Canadian Heritage River and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

The Duck Cove Inn has 24 tastefully decorated units to welcome the travelers after a hectic day of sightseeing or just visiting friends. Overlooking the pristine Margaree River as it spills into the Gulf of St. Lawrence, our accommodations offer a restive night in the tranquility of one of the most beautiful areas in Nova Scotia.
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387 Shore Road, Baddeck, NS, Canada

Experience comfort, hospitality, personalized service and exquisite fine cuisine

A truly incomparable experience awaits you, from the beautifully furnished rooms to the broad, sweeping lawns and cultivated gardens overlooking the spectacular Bras d’Or Lakes. Located in the picturesque village of Baddeck in Cape Breton, Gisele’s places you in the centre of a rich historical, cultural and recreational experience.

Gisele’s onsite owners/managers invite you to be their guests during your visit to Cape Breton Island. Relax in a friendly, peaceful atmosphere while you enjoy modern guest amenities designed with your comfort in mind. Gisele’s is well known on Cape Breton Island as one of the finest places to dine. Our four-star dining room has received awards from Gourmet Diners Club for the past eight years and has been recommended in the Mobile Travel Guide, Where To Eat In Canada and Better Homes and Gardens.
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691 Egypt Road, Margaree Valley, NS, Canada

Discover the Margaree River Valley & The Normaway Inn, Cabins & Suites

The setting is classic, the food is superb, the service is sincere…

The natural place to begin the Cabot Trail, and to explore the best of the Island!

“An allee of Scotch pines leads to a white shingled lodge with a sunny dining room. Tucked away on 250 acres of woodlands and fields are cabins with screened verandas and porch swings. The owner takes great pride in his food and lodgings. The chef Ruth Ann Hart’s nightly menu focuses on Atlantic salmon, lamb raised along the Margaree, and vegetables from the Normaway garden. Eat early on Wednesday in the summer. At eight o’clock the emcee introduces Cape Breton recording stars at the Normaway’s converted barn.”
Travel & Leisure

“For magnificent emerald headlands, exceptional fishing, and sipping whiskey by the evening fireside… then you have found your spot. The Normaway Inn, one of the premier lodging houses on the island. Grab a mountain bike at the Normaway… find the nearby Margaree River one of North America’s best salmon spots.”
Men’s Journal

“Innkeeper David MacDonald is an island enthusiast; his aim is to please his guests while helping them discover the real Cape Breton. His Normaway Inn offers country fare, and does so with flair.”
Canadian House & Home

We invite you to hike, bike or fish from spring to late fall. At the Normaway’s 500 acres. Or at our 800 acre Golden Grove Estate.

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10158 Hwy 105, Nyanza, Nova Scotia

Amazing fresh food and friendly faces await you at the Herring Choker!
The Herring Choker is conveniently located 13 km west of Baddeck on the Trans-Canada Highway. It’s the perfect stop on your way to or from the Cabot Trail and Newfoundland Ferry terminal. Situated on the shores of the beautiful Bras d’Or Lake, enjoy our patio and bright cafe overlooking the lake – or take your order to go!

Cafe
The Herring Choker Cafe offers a great food and beverage menu. We serve Just Us fair trade organic coffee, cappucino & lattes and offer an assortment of herbal teas and cold drinks. Our sandwiches, wraps, soups, salads and baked goods are all made fresh daily in-house for you to enjoy. We have ample seating in our dining area and outdoor patio and are very family friendly. We are proud to carry great local products in the cafe, including local food, music, art, skincare products, and more. Free wi-fi is available! Eat-in or take it to go.

Deli
The Herring Choker Deli is stocked with a fine selection of local and imported cheese and deli meats, including smoked salmon, mackerel, roast beef and smoked beef.

Bakery
There is always something delightful coming out of the bakery at the Herring Choker! Our fresh bread is a must. We regularly bake white, multi-grain, oatmeal, rye, raisin bread and Big Spruce beer bread. Scones and biscuits are another favourite, coming in a satisfying range of flavours such as cheddar and chive, maple pecan and apple cinnamon. For that sweet tooth, you will be delighted by our changing variety of cookies, bars, cupcakes, and cakes that will surely satisfy your craving! We bake gluten-free and vegan options too.



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