Introduction to Cabot Shores' Blog

Enjoy a series of blogs by the Cabot Shores team featuring recipes, do it yourself tips, stories and guides to outdoor adventure and what is new on Cape Breton.

Join the conversation on the Cabot Shores blog! Cape Breton Island is a special place and we want to know what adventures, events, wildlife, art, music, even which stories around the camp fire engage you the most. Write to tell us what interests you most.

Celtic Colours Concerts Near Cabot Shores

Celtic Colours concerts and gatherings occur frequently at venues near Cabot Shores.  This year’s theme for Celtic Colours is “Connected” with talented musicians making strong “connections” as they perform in concerts around Cape Breton and meet nightly at the Festival Club, a short drive from Cabot Shores. Join us this October with “Connected”. This year’s …

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September 2018 Newsletter

Fall is coming soon to Cabot Shores/Cape Breton With the leaves popping reddish and yellow along Church Pond, the Atlantic Ocean now warmer than Indian Brook for swimming, and apples starting to ripen in the orchard. It’s almost time for cider-making but still warm enough for kayaking, supping (stand up paddle boarding) and great hiking, …

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Gaspesie Peninsula

From Cabot Shores to Gaspesie Peninsula, Quebec

After a terrific summer season at Cabot Shores, thanks to exceptional guests and  staff, Dr. Paul and Barbara managed to slip away from Cabot Shores to Gaspesie, Quebec during the first week in September.   It was an unexpected trip – all the more welcome. Deciding on a road trip we set out toward New Brunswick …

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Greetings from the Garden at Cabot Shores

Every year we grow lots of delicious produce at Cabot Shores that’s enjoyed by many guests and staff! Curious what we’re growing this season? Read below to find out! Calendula -a deep orange-yellow, like miniature suns. We use them in flower bouquets and later, when dried, make calendula oil, a wonderful skin tonic to use …

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