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March Break Packages

March Break Yurt or Lodge Package March 22-24, 2019 2 night stay in a large Mongolian Yurt, Cedar Yurt, or Lodge Room 2-course dinner Friday evening Buffet dinner Saturday evening Breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning Concert admission Saturday evening Morning Qi Gong and Mediation (for the whole family) Optional add ons: Hot tub, sauna, Children’s …

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New Years Levee 2018 Celebration at Cabot Shores

Join us for the 11th annual New Year’s Levee at Cabot Shores! When: January 1, 2018 from 2:00pm – 5:00pm Where: Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort. 30 Buchanan Drive, Indian Brook, Cape Breton Celebrate the New Year in good company and cheer Bring family & friends, kids & grandchildren. Enjoy good food! We provide a meal …

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Family Retreat – Action and Peace & Quiet!

Mums and Dads and kids spent the weekend exploring the many delights that Cabot Shores has to offer with an action… and stillness… packed schedule. After yummy self serve breakfasts, which catered admirably for everyone’s different preferences for getting up – early or a bit later, the morning offered the grown-ups the peaceful opportunity for …

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Breton Cove Traditional Farmhouse

Between Breton and Wreck Cove they say there’s buried treasure. Use your Breton Cove Hideaway as a jumping off point for your own great treasure hunt and vacation.
Enjoy 4 bedrooms sleeping 8-10.  The Farmhouse includes a spacious living room with extended Douglas fir beams, a full kitchen (electric stove with glass surface, microwave, refrigerator…) and dining room, two full baths, one with washer/dryer.  There is also deck  off the master bedroom.
Enjoy a day pass at sister property Cabot Shores or an evening of entertainment great food at the Cabot Shores’ Bistro.
The Farmhouse is family and pet-friendly.

The Story of the Breton Cove Farmhouse

The Story is about
 
the land of 180 acres deeded by the king of England along the Atlantic, and the place was once
 
 

A self-sustaining farm with pastures, a  barn, chicken coop, hog house,  orchards, garden…
A sawmill
The border to lobster fishing territory where boats landed at Skir Dhu (Black Rock)

The Urquehardt   family over time

Had midwives using the main house for “birthing”
Adopted 5 kids
Was a neighborhood center across from the Gaelic Singers’ Hall and ball field

The place fell into disrepair over 20 years vacancy, its roof caved in and hunters sat upstairs poaching moose and and drinking beer.
The bedroom walls were caved […]