Sunrise view of yurt in winter

Enjoy Your Yurt in Fall & Winter: What you should know

As fall sets in we are reminded by the crisp mornings and chilly evenings to have extra clothing, blankets or quilts, and extra hot tea when heading outdoors. Many people are surprised that Cabot Shores is open 4 seasons, and even more so that we encourage our guests to stay in Mongolian and cedar style yurts …

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hurricane fiona

Hurricane Fiona, Fall Foliage & A Film being Shot at Cabot Shores

Hurricane Fiona Attacked the Cape Breton Coast                   Fortunately damages to the Cabot Shores’ campus were minimal.  A tree fell onto the roof of the Meditation House, but mercifully missed a Solar Light recently installed but pretty much wrecked the roof and pushed again the Little Blue …

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Nova Scotia Ultimate Cabot trail

Top 3 Scenic Drives along Nova Scotia Ultimate Cabot trail on Cape Breton Island

The 298-kilometer-long scenic cabot trail drive is a combination of roads, paths, and stairs. You can find some of the most breathtaking scenery along the way. In fact, it is considered one of the world’s most scenic drives. But before you head out on your journey, check for road closures or detours. If they occur, …

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An aerial view of the world-famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island.

Destination Nova Scotia: Camping on the Cabot Trail

Nova Scotia is known as an outdoor enthusiast’s playground. From whale watching on Cape Breton’s coast to discovering waterfalls while hiking, the adventures are endless, especially for those who book their stay at Cabot Shores. One of the most memorable adventures you can enjoy in Nova Scotia is camping along the Cabot Trail.

Red Island Beach

The Red Island Trail: Perfect for Swimming, Family Walks, and Trail Running

The Red Island Trail is a close-to-home trail located about 3km from Cabot Shores. Only 4km in length and set up as a loop, Red Island Trail is easy to access, marked with a large entrance sign beside St. Ann’s United Church and Community Centre.  Wonderfully accessible, the path is wide enough to walk side …

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