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A senior couple smiles at each other as the walk around a snow-covered forest during a Nova Scotia winter getaway.

A Classic Nova Scotia Winter Getaway on Cape Breton Island

Something we’ve grown accustomed to on Cape Breton Island is embracing winter. And with only a few weeks until the snow falls, a classic Nova Scotia winter getaway is likely on the horizon for many. Although there are several decent places throughout the province, discerning travelers will say Cape Breton offers a coastal allure you’ll want to experience in winter. Whether snowshoeing on the trails at Cabot Shores or cross-country skiing amid snow-packed backcountry, our cherished isle boasts an endless array of outdoor activities.

Three images that exemplify a Cape Breton Thanksgiving at Cabot Shores.

A Cape Breton Thanksgiving Feast at Cabot Shores

Traditions are important, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try something different, like a Cape Breton Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving at Cabot Shores offers friends and family an opportunity to experience a new approach to the holiday amid tranquil nature and a festive atmosphere. Not only can you and your crew enjoy a lovely dinner together, you may even make new friends along the way. And even if you can’t bring yourself to break tradition or have already made plans for the special occasion, you may want to consider picking up some gift certificates for your loved ones for Christmas.

Family poses for a group picture at their family get-together.

10 Reasons to Have Your Family Get-Together at Cabot Shores

Family get-togethers and reunions don’t happen often, so you and your crew may want to consider doing something extraordinary. Nestled along the world-famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, Cabot Shores offers an exceptional venue for creating cherished memories with your loved ones. Here, we’ll offer ten compelling reasons why Cabot Shores is the perfect choice for an outdoor-centric family get-together.

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Kimberley Fraser & Mac Morin – St. Ann’s Church: July 25

  Kimberly Fraser & Mac Morin on July 25th @ St. Ann’s Church — Cape Breton fiddle & piano   Kimberley Fraser was born on Cape Breton Island, and nurtured within its rich musical heritage. She first began to impress audiences at the age of three with her step-dancing talents. Soon after that she took …

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Lisa MacArthur & Ryan MacNeil – St. Ann’s Church: July 21

  Lisa MacArthur & Ryan MacNeil on July 21st St. Ann’s Church — Cape Breton & traditional songs, guitar, & bass   Lisa MacArthur is a fiddler from a musical family in Codroy, Newfoundland. For many years now, she has made Nova Scotia her home. She has recorded a debut album, “Lisa MacArthur,” featuring her …

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