Salmon Pool Inn

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Cape Breton Island, 9378 Cabot Trail, Margaree, NS, Canada

Relax and Recharge While Enjoying True East Coast Hospitality

Spend some time relaxing amidst the peaceful and lush greenery of Cape Breton at the Salmon Pool Inn. Located on Cape Breton Island, on the world famous Cabot Trail, the Salmon Pool Inn sits on the peaceful Margaree River, the most prosperous Atlantic salmon river in Nova Scotia.

Just minutes from Cabot Links and Cliffs, spend a day on the golfing on the beach, spend time in the great outdoors hiking or bird-watching and be sure to take in the ultimate scenic drive; the Cabot Trail.
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8562 Cabot Trail, Inverness, Subd. A, NS B0E, Canada 4.05 km

Salmon pool fishing from your own private 4 bedroom heritage home on Nova Scotia’s famous Cabot Trail minutes away from the ocean’s playground and 7 swimming beaches. Whale watch, canoe, hike and picnic with eagles and moose. The Celtic tradition of mus

Fireplace, Satellite TV, Surround sound, Games
Solarium
Wireless High Speed available
Back deck with breathtaking view of the Margaree River and Cape Breton Highlands


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10289 Cabot Trail, Margaree Harbour, NS, Canada 4.43 km

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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4018 Shore Road, Margaree Harbour, NS, Canada 4.57 km

Margaree Harbour View Inn is located in Margaree Harbour. It offers free Wi-Fi access, a full daily breakfast and a shared patio overlooking Margaree Highland Mountains.

Each room is unique decorated and shares a bathroom. A wardrobe, towels and linens are also provided.

At Margaree Harbour View Inn you will find a shared lounge with a TV. This pet-friendly property offers free parking.

Various restaurants can be found within 2 km. Both the Sea Wolf Island National Wildlife Area and the Margaree Salmon Museum are at a distance of 14 km. The inn is 67 km from Cape Breton Island.
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8361 Cabot Trail, Margaree Forks, NS B0E 2A0, Canada 5.1 km

Fully equipped 1 & 2 bedroom cedar log housekeeping cottages on the world famous Cabot Trail

Cajun Cedar Log Cottages are situated on the beautiful Cabot Trail, known for its ocean vistas and unspoiled wilderness. We are on the Margaree River – a Canadian Heritage River. Its rich historical and cultural significance, serene beauty and accessibility are but a few of the features that make the Margaree enchanting and brings visitors back year after year.
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3166 Shore Road, Margaree Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada 5.23 km

For over 30 years Whale Cove Summer Village has provided vacation cottages to families from all over the world. Gatherings of families and friends from far and wide meet on the peaceful and safe shores of our pristine coastline.

Our 30 cottages take absolute advantage of our seaside, sloping grounds located only 50 feet from one of Cape Breton’s most swimmable sandy beaches.

Travellers of all ages, explorers, sightseers, swimmers, beachcombers, castle builders, climbers, bikers, hikers and explorers alike begin their annual pilgrimage to our island oasis and you are invited! Cape Breton provides each person an uncompromised experience based on your own preference, so call today and let our friendly team help arrange your family vacation.



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19 Beach Cove Lane, Belle Côte, NS, Canada 6.08 km
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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29 Crowdis Crossing Road, Margaree Centre, NS, Canada 9.45 km

For those who crave a quiet interlude from the hectic pace of everyday life

Margaree is the most soul inspiring area of Nova Scotia. Here, experience the unfolding of spring, the music of summer, the colour of autumn and the grandeur of winter. Cherished memories will be made in Margaree!

An excellent location for day trips to all points of interest on Cape Breton Island

In Margaree Centre, 1.4 miles off the Cabot Trail, our cottages are ideal for a stress-free relaxing holiday. Walk across the field and salmon fish the beautiful, world-famous Margaree River, or go hunting, hiking or bird watching (a bald eagle is not an uncommon sight) and a twenty minute drive to an ocean beach. Winter is a time of invigorating outdoor activities! Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and more, right from your door!



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691 Egypt Road, Margaree Valley, NS, Canada 11.83 km

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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4932 Cabot Trail, North East Margaree, Nova Scotia, Canada 15.68 km

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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14208 Cabot Trail, Point Cross, Nova Scotia 21.83 km
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Located on the south side of the village of Cheticamp……

Shop is on the Cabot Trail….you will see Flora’s, whichever direction you’re travelling!!!!

Flora’s is well known for its local craft- Cheticamp Hooked Rugs….continuous demonstration of our craft is being done in our shop. Our large shop has an excellent variety of gifts, souvenirs, and both stylish and souvenired clothing.

On the same premises, we have an Ice Cream Parlor – serving local ice cream, oatcakes, cinammon buns and cookies…YUM!!! also coffee/tea, pop and bottled water….

We have large parking lot …. cars, RV’s or motorcoach accessible….also rest rooms in the shop…

Please drop in and visit with us…… thanking you in advance!



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3938 Cabot Trail, Point Cross, Cheticamp, Nova Scotia 22.08 km

An Acadian family offering a fluently bilingual service – Let us be your home away from home

Your Hosts: Veronique & Gilles Haché

An Acadian family offering a fluently bilingual service – Let us be your home away from home!

Complete breakfast of your choice from 7:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Checkout 11:00 a.m.
Quiet area with beautiful ocean view, sunsets, mountain & valley view
Enjoy relaxing on our deck or sunroom
Tables to play cards and other games available
Cedar home perched on a hilltop overlooking the mountains, valleys and the ocean
Patio on top floor goes from one side of the house to the back door



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8 Marguerite Gallant, Chéticamp, Nova Scotia, Canada 23.04 km
Cheticamp Island Cottages on Cape Breton Island offers a tranquil setting with a panoramic view of the Atlantic ocean, Highland mountains and beautiful ocean sunsets from the living room, kitchen and private deck of each of its 5 two-bedroom, deluxe, housekeeping cottages. Cheticamp Island Cottages is the only ocean-front cottage accommodation in the Cheticamp area.  Ocean swimming and a sandy beach is only 100 metres in front of the cottages. A local golf course is only a 10-minute drive away. The Cape Breton Highlands National Park is only a 15-minute drive away, with a park entrance at the northern edge of the town of Cheticamp. 

Cheticamp Island Cottages provides an excellent base from which to drive the Cabot Trail, play one of Canada's platinum golf courses, whale watch, fish the world-renowned Margaree River, or commune with nature.


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635 Cheticamp Island Rd, Chéticamp, NS, Canada 23.83 km

Your hosts, Daniel Cormier and his staff, have accommodations on site and will be available to serve you. Our entire staff will be pleased to offer you a friendly bilingual service.

We offer a mix of wooded and open serviced sites for Motorhomes, Trailers and Tents (144 sites) to complement a long stretch of open ocean beach frontage.

All expected amenities are available: Canteen with ice and other supplies, payphones, recreation and games room, movies, playground, tennis court, mini-golf, pure well-water, a laundromat, laundry tubs, washrooms, showers, changing rooms, picnic tables and fire pits.

St-Pierre Camping is located 3.5 KM off the Cabot Trail just to the south of the Acadian village of Cheticamp. Open from mid May to mid September, the campground is a member of the Campground Owner Association of Nova Scotia as well as Check Ins. This spectacular beach and campground offers a vacation for the whole family to enjoy while visiting and touring the Cabot Trail.



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14803 Cabot Trail, Chéticamp, Nova Scotia, Canada 24.72 km

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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2926 Cabot Trail, Middle River, NS, Canada B0E 1B0 24.86 km

Willow Healing Space is a unique off-grid wellness centre and retreat space, nestled in the Middle River Valley, on the world-famous Cabot Trail. We offer Reiki treatments and training courses, meditation instruction, and chakra healing. The property is surrounded by organic gardens and unspoiled woodlands, where you can wander to your heart’s content. We offer gentle nature walks in the garden, and for the more energetic, there are many hiking trails through old growth forest. We run workshops in off-grid living, preserve-making, bread-making, herbcraft, organic gardening, and more. We are secluded and private, far from the noise of traffic, and an ideal destination for those seeking peace and quiet.

Accommodation is in our cozy wilderness cabin (sleeps two) or our bed & breakfast room in the house. If you’re travelling on a budget, we have space in our beautiful private campgrounds for your tent – and you can still have a hot shower in our custom-built washroom facilities.

Come out to Willow Healing Space this summer, share a cup of herbal tea with us, take a course or a class, and experience the healing power of nature.

Beach Road, Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada 25.51 km

Come sit in the fighting chair and battle a Giant Bluefin Tuna with Dawn Treader Tuna Charters, all while enjoying the beautiful coastline of the world famous Cape Breton Island! We offer full-day charters on our custom-built 45-foot fiberglass hull boat, fully equipped with state of the art depth sounder and all latest marine electronics. We have been fighting Giant Bluefin for 20 years, catching tuna over 1000 lbs. every year. Equipment, tackle, bait, breakfast, lunch and beverages included. Groups of 2-8 people, No experience necessary!
Months of Operation: August 15 – October 15

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15081 Cabot Trail, Chéticamp, NS, Canada 25.82 km

Cheticamp Co-op is a very successful consumer cooperative in the village of Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS

Cheticamp Co-op offers a wide range of food, general merchandise and building supplies. It serves over 2,300 member- owners in the region and is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors.

The grocery department carries over 6,000 products to meet the members’ needs.

The meat department’s 4-member team is always ready to answer any of your questions regarding the array of meat and fish products it offers. Whatever the occasion, they have what you need.

The 2 employees in the deli department take pride in their deli trays and in-store sandwiches, subs and pizzas. They also prepare a wide array of packaged deli meats.

The bakery does not go unnoticed in the store. The aroma clearly directs consumers to this in-store bakery. Fresh breads and specially ordered cakes are their specialty.

Our employees can help you find the produce you need for your family needs. At your request, they can also prepare fruit and vegetable trays for that special occasion. They provide both local and imported products.


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2656 Cabot Trail Middle River, Nova Scotia 25.84 km

Ballet, Jazz and Pointe classes for children and adult beginners, intermediate and advanced

Ballet Bras d’Or director, Diana Day Lambie began her ballet career in Paris, France where she attended ballet lessons with Marie Lascar and performed at the Trocadéro. She later studied under Paris Opera Ballet Master, Raymond Franchetti. She studied modern dance there with Joseph Roussillo and jazz at the Salle Pleyel. Later on she moved to the United States and spent one year at the Boston University and studied modern drama, film and art. Then she spent three years at the Boston Conservatory of Music and majored in dance.

Classes are held in Baddeck, Middle River and Port Hawkesbury.



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15569 Cabot Trail, Chéticamp, NS, Canada 28.17 km

At the end of the rainbow you will find your pot of gold at the Ocean View Motel & Chalets in the Acadian village of Cheticamp on the Cabot Trail. According to Irish legend, if you catch a wee leprechaun, he must give you a wish and his pot of gold. Well, at our complex you don’t have to catch a wee folk to become immersed in warm hospitality, a genuine handshake and the filling of your every comfort wish while our guest. The fantastic hues of the rainbow over the Gulf of St. Lawrence welcome you in the best Acadian tradition.



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Cabot Trail, Middle River, NS 28.39 km

Fine handcrafted birdseye maple furniture and gifts

by Robert Lambie & Son
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada

“It is difficult to convey by mere description an idea of the rare beauty of such specimens… for when finished… they possess a transparent appearance suggestive of colored crystals or precious stones having the light reflected from a surface polished at different angles, rather than a plane surface of wood.” The Cabinet-Maker’s Assistant, Thomas Chippendale



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562 Cabot Trail, Baddeck, NS, Canada 35.31 km

Located at the beginning of the world famous Cabot Trail and near the beautiful village of Baddeck (less than 10 min. away), Hunters Mountain Chalets provides 12 luxury housekeeping accommodation units. Situated on a wonderful, quiet, south view section of land at the foot of the Cape Breton Highlands, our chalets have magnificent panoramic view and offer serenity, access to nature and a central location on Cape Breton Island.


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48678 Cabot Trail, North River, Nova Scotia 36.76 km

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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10158 Hwy 105, Nyanza, Nova Scotia 37.03 km

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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549 Rear Big Hill Road, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0, Canada 39.97 km

Big Hill Retreat offers a secure, secluded and peaceful setting for every style of retreat – casual or formal, solitary, couples or small groups.

These 3 comfortable, secluded getaway cottages are perfect for a writers retreat or nature retreat and ideal for tourists seeking a quiet secluded getaway cottage for vacation. In fact our central location makes it ideal for day trips to any part of Cape Breton Island and then returning to the peace and quiet of your private retreat cabin.



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8908 Trans-Canada Highway, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0, Canada 40.35 km

Welcome to the heart of Cape Breton Island – Baddeck – a delight in any season

Open year round, our cozy housekeeping cottages and our executive guesthouse are a wonderful spot to soak in the million dollar view of the Bras d’Or Lakes, while sipping refreshments from your private covered verandah.

Located just two miles from the start of the Cabot Trail, these cottages and guesthouse at the centre of Cape Breton Island are perfect for the many day trips that have become synonymous with the Cape Breton experience. Travel the Island, and come home to a beer, a barbecue, and a bonfire – an August evening to remember. Our January guests can cuddle in front of a cheery fire, with their skis or snowmobile parked beside the cottage. Groomed trails to the highlands.

McIntyre’s Cottages and Cameron House is located on the Trans-Canada Highway five kilometers west of the Village of Baddeck—the beginning and end of the world famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Each property has a panoramic view of the Bras d’Or Lakes, Canada’s ‘inland sea’.



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173 Big Baddeck Road, Baddeck, NS, Canada 40.7 km

Landscape design, installation & maintenance services located in Baddeck

Serving the Cape Breton Community since 1997, Morgans Brook Landscaping Inc., located in Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia specializes in personalized landscape design, consulting, installation, maintenance, snow and ice control and property management.

We sell plants, soil, compost, and all the hardscaping materials required to install your dream landscape. We also offer a mowing and garden maintenance service for getting your yard ready for the growing season, as well as snow and ice management in the winter.



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18 High Street, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.25 km

Experience the quintessential Cape Breton with the convenience
of downtown Baddeck within walking distance!

Located in the historic village of Baddeck, at the beginning of the Cabot Trail.

Attractions include the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, championship golf courses, hiking, kayaking and sailing.

Minutes walk to shopping, dining and entertainment.

A member of Canada Select with a four star rating.

Our rooms will allow you to relax peacefully in comfort. All rooms include the following:
wireless internet, cable TV, phone (shared line for guests), mini refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer, alarm clock, ceiling fan, private entrance, bath and outdoor seating area.


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8450 Trans Canada Hwy 105 Baddeck, Nova Scotia 41.33 km

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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121 Twining Street, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada 41.37 km

Rated 31/2 STARS by CANADA SELECT Located in the beautiful village of Baddeck, Heritage House is within easy walking distance of restaurants, banks, the Bell Museum, barbers, the boardwalk and more.

The village of Baddeck is centrally situated on Cape Breton Island within a short drive to all the Island’s numerous tourist attractions.

Baddeck Heritage House offers three bedrooms, each with private bath, flat screen TV and wireless Internet access. Rates include a full breakfast, served in the front parlour where diners are treated to a bird’s eye view of the comings and goings of a family of starlings who have nested in the hollow tree stump standing at the driveway entrance.



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43 Old Margaree Rd, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.39 km

The Worn Doorstep Guest House is located in the Village of Baddeck within walking distance of shops, restaurants, the boardwalk, Alexander Graham Bell Museum and the Bras d’Or Lakes Interpretive Centre. Baddeck is the start and the end of the Cabot Trail which makes it an ideal location for all your Island sightseeing.

It has 4 self-catering/housekeeping suites in total, each has a private entrance, deck with table and chairs, private bath, queen size bed, double pullout, refrigerator, microwave, coffee/tea facilities, toaster, air conditioning and TV.

Each suite has a whirlpool, with the exception of the handicapped suite which has an extra large shower.
Our roof deck, available to all guests, has a spectacular view of the Bras d’Or Lakes. A barbecue is also available.

Wireless internet access is also available.
Towels and linen are provided.



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Bell Bay Way, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.59 km

A one-of-a-kind Waterfront Condo Community in Baddeck, Cape Breton

Stay at Kildare Landing and Tee-off at Bell Bay in your backyard. Relax on your deck overlooking the pristine Bras d’Or Lakes where you can enjoy boating, swimming and more. Kildare is located minutes from Baddeck where you can shop the many unique boutiques and craft stores and enjoy dining and dive into the culture and community of the magnificent village Alexander Graham Bell called home. Kildare is located across the water from Bell’s summer home.



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479 Chebucto St, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.6 km

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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387 Shore Road, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.6 km

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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17 Ross Street, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada 41.61 km

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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486 Chebucto Street, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.63 km

Since 1944, A.A. Munro Insurance has served Atlantic Canada by providing the highest level of service and support

We have become one of Atlantic Canada’s most successful insurance brokerages by offering a one-stop approach to all of your insurance needs.

Vision Statement:

To be a premier insurance brokerage that promotes the growth and development of its staff, customers,and suppliers.

Mission Statement:

A.A.Munro Insurance Brokers Inc. is a community-based premier insurance brokerage protecting the material well-being of Atlantic Canadians in an ethical manner by providing outstanding service through well-trained, highly motivated insurance specialists.



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523 Chebucto St, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.66 km

The Village Manse Vacation House is a circa 1902 Victorian home that served as the Presbyterian Manse in Baddeck for many years, thus the affectionate recognition from any villager when you say you are staying at The Manse. Our vacation house is located in the village of Baddeck on Cape Breton Island and offers views of the Bras d’Or Lakes from our large deck.

Baddeck is home to Baddeck Bay, friendly villagers, charming shops, world-class golf, and is just a short distance off the legendary Cabot Trail, one of the world’s most famous scenic drives. We are conveniently located close to a variety of restaurants and cafés, the boardwalk, yacht club, tennis court, and sailing tours of the Bras d’Or Lakes as well as area attractions such as the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site and the Bell Bay Golf Course.

Our accommodations include a 3-bedroom house with twin, queen- and king-sized beds and a sofa bed, two 4-piece baths, cable television and DVD player. Guest amenities include private off-street parking, Internet access, a large deck, dining and living rooms with a harbour view.



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257 Shore Road, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.69 km

Baddeck’s favourite 4 star all suite Inn
Build a Better Cape Breton Vacation with our knowledgeable and experienced team.
More than 90 acres of nature surrounding us!
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.
Open May to October



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257 Shore Road, Baddeck, NS, Canada 41.69 km

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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Baddeck Wharf, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0, Canada 41.8 km

Come sail on the Amoeba, and experience The Beginning of a New Adventure.

Observe the majestic Bald Eagles as they circle the boat, see Alexander Graham Bell’s mansion Beinn Bhreagh, and the beautiful Baddeck shoreline. Relax and enjoy an entertaining, and educational narrative of the area on the deck of a boat unique on all of the Bras d’Or Lakes.

We invite you to join us aboard Amoeba for a sailing experience as unique and unforgettable as Cape Breton’s Bras d’Or Lakes.



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713 Baddeck Bay Rd., Baddeck, Nova Scotia 41.85 km

Bell View Bed & Breakfast is located on the shores of Baddeck Bay, the beginning and end of the Cabot Trail in the Cape Breton Island region, boasting some of the world’s most incredible scenery. While enjoying our luxury accommodations backing on the Bell Bay Golf Course, enjoy magnificent views of the Bay and Alexander Graham Bell’s Cape Breton home.

Whether taking day trips to Cape Breton Highlands National Park, on the world-famous Cabot Trail, immersing yourself in 18th-century history at the Fortress of Louisbourg, discovering the imagination of ingenuity of a great inventor at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, enjoying world-class championship golf at Bell Bay Golf Course, or taking advantage of the natural treasures of the area such as sailing, hiking or swimming, our location is second to none.

Our accommodations include four tastefully-appointed air-conditioned suites (queen- and king-sized beds) with 4-piece ensuite bath (double Whirpool tub). We offer wireless Internet, television, DVD player and antiques in the grand parlour.


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30 Buchanan Dr Indian Brook, NS 42.65 km
902-929-2584 or Toll-free 866-929-2585902-929-2584 or Toll-free 866-929-2585
902-929-2312

Experience the Cabot Trail’s wilderness resort where you’ll awaken to comfort at the edge of the wilderness!

Your Gathering Place for Fun, Eco-Adventure & Connection
Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort & Spa is a place to get away, recharge and rejuvenate. It is a place of connection, where you can participate in challenging experiences with your friends and family, and meet with people who share your passions. Cabot Shores offers you a chance to experience a life-altering adventure.

The Center is a 55-acre private sanctuary with breathtaking views, a 2000-foot ocean beachfront, and all modern conveniences. You are on the edge of the Indian Brook and French River Wilderness, with waterfalls feeding into Indian Brook.

Experience comfort at the edge of the wilderness. in the lodge, four chalets, and a selection of alternative shelters such as a yurt and tipi nestled into this peaceful setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean



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9492 Trans-Canada Highway, Whycocomagh, NS, Canada 47.44 km
902-756-2700 or Toll-Free 800-565-3990902-756-2700 or Toll-Free 800-565-3990
902-756-3279

Your Insurance Specialists

A.A. Munro Insurance has been proudly serving Nova Scotia since 1944. Our friendly insurance experts are always willing to go the extra mile to help you find the insurance products that best fit your needs.

20 Locations To Serve You

A. A. Munro has 20 offices across Nova Scotia, each with friendly insurance experts who are ready to help you find quality, affordable insurance products.


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321 Joseph MacFarlane Drive Orangedale, Nova Scotia 49.4 km
902-756-3525 or Toll-free 1-866-933-2453902-756-3525 or Toll-free 1-866-933-2453
902-756-2343

Our cottages are footsteps from the water, nestled between a quiet pond and the Bras d’Or Lakes

Sit on your own private deck and see panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

Enjoy nature you have only heard about.
Eagles are a daily visitor, perched on the trees surrounding the property or across the pond.
Your evening can be filled with a stroll on the shoreline, sitting beside a bon fire listening & watching the fish jump while you sip your favorite beverage under the stars.
Sound unbelievable?
Whether your looking for a secluded place to paint or write, a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Eagle d’Or Cottages will have you believing paradise does exist right here on Cape Breton Island.

Imagine.



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1764 Old Route 5, Big Bras d'Or, Nova Scotia, Canada 52.37 km

Centrally located cottages on the Bras d’Or Lakes Cape Breton Island.

Three non-smoking cottages located on 6 acres on beautiful Boularderie Island, Cape Breton. Commanding view of the Bras d’Or Lakes and Kelly’s Mountain. Private sandy beach on property for swimming or boating.
Perfect for a quiet, relaxing or a romantic vacation, as well as a beautiful setting to enjoy and explore all the beauty of Cape Breton.



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1672 Old Route 5, Big Bras d'Or, NS, Canada 52.42 km

Located on 9 acres by the Atlantic Ocean
Central in Cape Breton
Quiet, away from the highway
Free wireless internet available in all cottages and part of the campground
Payphone on site
Fax service
Printer available
Coin Laundromat
Giftshop & Canteen
Playground, Basketball
Board Games, Horseshoes
Waterside benches to enjoy the sunsets
Wharf for fishing
Gravel beach for swimming

Boat Tours to see puffins, seals & eagles

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1672 Old Route 5, Big Bras d'Or, Nova Scotia, Canada 52.66 km

See puffins, seals and eagles! Open May 11 – Sept 21. Enjoy the sights and sounds of an ocean experience on our new 37′ tour boat ‘Puffin Express’. A nature experience like no other.

Our boat tour travels the shortest distance to Bird Islands and
we spend the most time at the islands viewing spectacular wildlife while
you learn interesting and amusing facts from our Captain and crew.
It is an ecologically sensitive nature tour that will be enjoyed by all.

  • see colourful Atlantic Puffins
  • narrated, unique nature info
  • 2 3/4 hour boat tour
  • May 11th to Sept 21st
  • also seabirds, eagles, grey seals
  • cottages and campground also on site


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36104 Cabot Trail, Ingonish Beach, NS, Canada 55.83 km

Nestled among the spruce and maple trees with a fabulous view of the ocean!
On the Cabot Trail, in beautiful Ingonish, Cape Breton Island
One and two bedroom cottages plus a 6 unit motel.

Surrounded by Numerous Hiking Trails
Walking Distance for Ocean Swimming
5 miles from Highlands Links a public golf course rated 4 star by Golf Digest and silver by Golf Magazine
1/4 mile from Grocery stores, restaurants and laundromat

Playground

Jungle Gym
Swings
Slide
Playhouse
Baby Swing

Ideal for Couples and Families


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Red River Road, Pleasant Bay, NS, Canada 55.91 km

Enjoy the finest view in Cape Breton

Pleasant Bay is a picturesque fishing village located on the Northwest point of Cape Breton Island just off the Cabot Trail. The house is fully-equipped with four separate bedrooms, and direct access to Red River Beach.

The view from the Pleasant Bay Beach House is unparalelled, as it overlooks Mackenzie Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. Come for a visit, and enjoy watching the whales, bald eagles, moose and deer, or just pull up a hammock and relax!

Red River Beach

Unwind in the sun and try to spot some of the local wildlife. The waters around Pleasant Bay are teeming with pods of whales and seals, while bald eagles nest in the rocky cliffs above. A quiet, pristine beach is just a walk down the hill from the the house. This idyllic spot joins the Atlantic Ocean with Red River, creating a perfect beach where you will rarely see another soul. As a bonus, the shallow, calm river can be a perfect spot to swim for families with young children. Definitely pack sunscreen, beach shoes, and a picnic lunch!



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8537 Nova Scotia Trunk 19, Port Hood, NS B0E 2W0, Canada 56.07 km

Awake to the smell of the salt sea air, grab your towel and head down the path to the magnificant sandy beach for a dip in the warmest waters north of the Carolinas!

After entering Cape Breton Island from the Canso Causeway, a 35 minute drive north along Route 19, the ‘Ceilidh Trail’ (the scenic route to the Cabot Trail) will take you to the village of Port Hood. There you will find a relaxing taste of life by the sea and the ‘Lighthouse Cottages’, its name reminding us of the golden age of sailing ships that Port Hood was an important part of.

What a view from your cottage! The Northumberland Strait is stretched out before you and set like an emerald in the sparkling blue is Port Hood Island.



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38696 Cabot Trail, South Ingonish Harbour, NS B0C 1L0 56.15 km

Ski Cape Smokey, is a non profit society with a mandate to provide Cultural and Recreational activities to local residents and visitors. We are presently working on partnerships to provide a wide variety of activities at our location.

In 2011 we provided recreational skiing for the first time in five years. After Hundreds of hours of volunteer work we were successful in seeing the POMA lift in operation, providing access to half the mountain. Mother Nature cooperated and we were fortunate to have excellent skiing conditions for February and March. Many visitors hiked to the top of the mountain to claim first tracks in the natural untouched powder snow. This experience was noted by some visitors as the highlight of their skiing career.

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Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada 58.7 km

Your guide to luxury, unique accommodations and tranquil retreats on Cape Breton Island.
All of our accommodation rentals are located on the Cabot Trail, near or in Ingonish. Each Property has a unique water view with 2, 3 or 4 bedrooms. See our website for additional information and photos.



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39178 Cabot Trail, Ingonish Ferry, Nova Scotia 58.83 km

Knotty Pine Cottages are located on the Cabot Trail in Ingonish Ferry. Nestled between two mountains, the view is magnificent with cottages overlooking the harbour and ocean.

Open year round, you can enjoy swimming, tennis, golfing, hiking, etc. in the summer and cross-country skiing in the winter.
Guided hiking is available on a private hiking trail, approximately a one hour hike.
Whale watching tours nearby.

Knotty Pine consists of 10 cottages with gas BBQs on deck, with satelite in all cabins. Private dock where guests can swim or just soak up the sun enjoying the view.


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37142 Cabot Trail, Ingonish, NS B0C 1K0, Canada 59.72 km
902.285.2880 or Toll-free 1.800.565.0444902.285.2880 or Toll-free 1.800.565.0444
902.285.2859

The moment you arrive at Keltic Lodge‘s Cape Breton Resort and Spa, you’ll begin to feel at ease. From the refreshing coastal air and warm hospitality, to exquisite dining and renowned spa; when you vacation in Cape Breton Nova Scotia at Keltic Lodge Resort and Spa, your experience exceeds all your expectations. Our Cape Breton resort offers the perfect coastal escape for those seeking a quiet retreat to restore spirits, an invigorating setting to perfect your golf swing, a secluded getaway to rekindle romance, or an adventure destination to reconnect as a family.

Keltic Lodge Resort and Spa is a Cape Breton Island gem. Spectacularly perched high on a headland overlooking the vibrant Atlantic Ocean, our majestic property on the Nova Scotia shoreline has been welcoming guests since 1940.

Whether you’re here to gear up or wind down, Cape Breton Nova Scotia has something for everyone, and so does Keltic Lodge Resort and Spa. Join us on your next Nova Scotia vacation to discover incredible facilities and world-class amenities amidst a setting so beautiful and inspiring you will not ever want to leave.



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36845 Cabot Trail, Ingonish, Nova Scotia, Canada 60.45 km

When a small & secluded seacoast haven beckons your soul, we invite you to dwell at our tiny kingdom by the sea.

Steps away from the Atlantic Ocean on a six acre private beachfront property stands Lantern Hill & Hollow-beautifully landscaped grounds, large expanses of green, manicured lawns and a welcoming guest house perched majestically on the hill-top; the house reigns over a charming seaside village of beach cottages nestled in the hollow below -and just a stone’s throw away from one of the most glorious stretches of wide, sandy beaches in all of Cape Breton.


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36784 Cabot Trail, Ingonish, NS B0C 1K0, Canada 60.59 km

Welcome to Ingonish Chalets on the Cabot Trail in Ingonish Centre, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Our fine accommodations include 2 bedroom log chalet/cottages, 3 bedroom chalet and log motel suites.
We are a pet-friendly property.
Please note that although Ingonish Chalets is not on the water, access to a beautiful sandy beach is just across the road and a pleasant 2 minute stroll through a wooded path.



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33 Miltons Lane, Ingonish, NS, Canada 64.32 km

Rocky Bay Cottages are situated on the world-famous Cabot Trail and offer beautiful views of the ocean and mountains.

The Cape Breton Highlands National Park is right next door, and offers plenty of activities for the entire family.

Rocky Bay Cottages are minutes away from everything you’ll need to have a great time during your vacation. This includes the hiking trails within Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Highlands Links Golf Course, beautiful sandy beaches and fun-filled boat tours. Kayaking tours are also close by, as well as several great restaurants and fresh seafood.



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101 Wharf Road, Ingonish, NS, Canada 64.37 km

The ride of your life begins four times daily:
9:30 11:30 1:30 3:30

Welcome to Keltic Express Zodiac Adventures (KEZA), an adventure tour found on the world famous Cabot Trail at Ingonish, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. This unique experience provides visitors with an opportunity to discover the beauty of northern Cape Breton and marine life near the coastlines. Zip along the rugged shores in search of whales, dolphins, seals, leatherback turtles, puffins, eagles and more! Discover the mystique of Ingonish Island, the seclusion of a light keeper’s station, and the breathtaking cliffs near renowned Kelitc Lodge. Thrill to the highlight of your vacation.

If your vacation plans include a scenic drive along the beautiful Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, treat yourself with KEZA and appreciate the pristine views from a marine perspective. We invite all nature lovers, thrill seekers and photographers for the ride of your life. Join us and experience a vacation highlight!



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Ingonish, NS, Canada 64.88 km

North of Smokey – Inverness South Fishermen`s Association

NOSFA is a registered, incorporated society under the Registry of Joint Stock Companies in Nova Scotia. We have a duly elected Board of Directors with representation from the various harbours along our coastline. The NOSFA is also a provincially accredited organization that has been representing < 45ft competitive, multispecies fish harvesters in both the Scotia-Fundy (Cape Breton) and Gulf regions of Nova Scotia since 1993. Our organization is unique in that it is the only organization in Cape Breton that represents fish harvesters interests in both the Gulf and Scotia-Fundy regions.

Our multi-region representation is reflective of the fact that all of our members are licensed to fish either in the Gulf or Scotia-Fundy areas and regularly carry out their harvesting activities in both regions. Our members hold a variety of licenses including, snow crab, lobster, groundfish, tuna, mackerel, herring, swordfish, etc.



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25 Eveleigh Dr, North Sydney, NS, B2A 3T2 67.34 km

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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280 White Point Road, South Harbour, Nova Scotia 71.32 km

Beach View cottage is located in the picturesque community of South Harbour on the Northern tip of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Here you will find a quiet, very relaxing atmosphere and pristine outdoor beauty that is second to none. Located within walking and driving distance of many enjoyable activities such as golf, fishing, hiking, tennis, whale watching tours, beautiful beaches and events hosted by the local communities.

The cottage is on an alternate scenic route that is just 1.5 miles off the world famous Cabot Trail which is world renowned for its natural beauty.
Nestled on the water and features a fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms with queen size beds, a four piece bath, living room with a sitting area, a screened porch with a table and has a barbecue.



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