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Upcoming Events At Cabot Shores

Exciting things are happening here at Cabot Shores! Stay updated on our latest concerts, events, and retreats. Inquire about further details or planning your own event with our front desk staff (902-929-2584 or [email protected])

Ella Dubinsky and Friends

Concert with Ella Dubinsky and Friends Every Thursday

By Dr. Paul | July 16, 2024

Ella Dubinsky is a captivating singer-songwriter known for her soulful voice and poignant lyrics. With a rich musical background and a talent …

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Neil McDaniel singing and playing guitar

Concert with Neil McDaniel on July 27th, 2024

By Dr. Paul | May 26, 2024

Escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and immerse yourself in the enchanting ambiance of nature, accompanied by the harmonious melodies …

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Ella Dubinsky and Friends

Concert with Ella Dubinsky and Friends Every Thursday

By Dr. Paul | July 16, 2024

Ella Dubinsky is a captivating singer-songwriter known for her soulful voice and poignant lyrics. With a rich musical background and a talent …

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Valmy Assam Concert

Concert with Valmy on August 3rd, 2024

By Dr. Paul | April 28, 2024

Introducing Valmy: Live at Cabot Shores! Get ready for an unforgettable evening of soulful tunes and heartfelt storytelling with singer-songwriter Valmy. Join …

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Cabot Shores Blog

Read about Cabot Shores Stories during Summer/Spring, Fall and Winter.

75th Anniversary of Cape Breton Highlands Park

By Dr. Paul | May 20, 2011

2011 is the 75th Anniversary of the Cape Highlands Park.
 
Hikers can honor the Park and the anniverary by hiking 75 km on
park trails between May and July, 2011.  By doing so, you can
receive a 75th birthday commemorative prize from the park.
Have at it.
 
Hiking trails and exhibits are now open.  The park has amazingly
well kept trails, interesting wildlife and is home to the Cabot Trail
which winds through it.
 
At Cabot Shores we have maps of the Cape Breton Highlands Park
and can make recommendations based on your interest and hiking
appetites.  Our Indian Brook and French river trails are also part of
the Highlands, but […]

Solar Hot Water at Cabot Shores

By Dr. Paul | April 2, 2011

 

Whiff’s lodge is home to guestrooms,  a full services Bistro, laundry services for guests of the whole Resort…in short, mucho hot water is consumed.

Developing a source of renewable energy for hot water became a priority.After thoroughly investigating our options, we decided to install a solar hot water system.  A team of staff and interns studying renewable energy looked into it and helped with the requirements and design and location.    Thierry Spiess, a graduates  of the University of Montreal, was especially helpful in the process.   Barbara and guests  Linda Kenney from and Sindy Malitz from Germany helped build the rock stairway and […]

Cycling in Cape Breton

By Dr. Paul | March 29, 2011

  There are many ways to see the spectacular views of the Cabot Shores, and cycling is a popular one. Seacoast mountains, …

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Solar Heat at Cabot Shores

By Dr. Paul | March 23, 2011

These days, with extended daylight and sunny weather, the solar hot air heaters – Cansolair – are going all out.  They work  …

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Humans in Nature: A State of Well-being

By Dr. Paul | February 24, 2011

 
Set amongst some of the world’s most precious landscape, visitors to Cabot Shores often describe unique sensations of “calm” during their stays. This visceral, connected energy is part of the larger force that surrounds us- the trees, the stars, the open land and waters. Its an amazing and simple truth that we humans are so innately connected to our environments.
The pull of nature can be profound. Today’s world runs with an urban pulse. Technology has created faster, more connected modes of living, and provides accessibility that both gifts and hinders the human […]

Louisbourg on Cape Breton (A Fortress & More)

By Dr. Paul | February 1, 2011

Louisbourg is a rich contributor to the culture and appeal of Cape Breton Island. A coastal community of just over a thousand residents, Louisbourg provides “Old World” emphasis, primarily through the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, the village’s driving economic force.
The site is a partial reconstruction of an 18th century French Fortress, which began construction in 1798, and became the French’s main commercial centre in the Maritimes, and a place of community. The fortress was subjected to multiple takeovers by the British, who dominated much of the maritime territory at the time. In the 1960s, the fortress was appropriated […]





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