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June 7-9 The Nature of Yoga Retreat

Join Robin and Blaine for a nature inspired yoga retreat at Cabot Shores, on the world famous Cabot Trail Discover your connection with nature   THE NATURE OF YOGA Yoga Retreat @ Cabot Shores Wilderness Retreat, 7-9 Jun 2019 Join Robin and Blaine for a weekend retreat to connect with nature and how this relates to …

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Cabot Shores listed in top 5 Quirky Stays on the East Coast

North American Traveler Posted On August 31, 2017 5 Quirky Stays on the East Coast “Have you ever in your wildest dreams thought you could fall asleep in a raindrop? Or slumber while suspended mid-air inside a quirky cocoon-shaped dome in the Maritime wilderness? What about sleeping in an 18th century lighthouse? These quirky Maritime stays …

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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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Reader’s Digest Canada and Glamping at Cabot Shores

Cabot Shores is known as one of the first and only Yurt camping areas on Cape Breton Island.
A few years ago, the CBC sent a reporter to interview Dr. Paul on the Yurt adventures here.  And, coincidentally,
two guests were celebrating their 10th anniversary, in the Yurt.
 
Most recently, Readers Digest Canada did an article on Your Guide to Summer Camping, with mention of Cabot Shores
by journalist Katherine Laidlaw as “secluded  and swanky.” And there is a relatively new website which features worldwide accommodations in the category of “Glamping” or Glamorous Camping.    The site is called Glamping Hub and has a premier […]

Allyson Tache, our Cape Breton Connection, is staying in the Yurt

Allyson Tache, founder of Refuge Enfant Pour Tous, (Refuge for All Children in Burkina Faso) stayed last night
in the Yurt.
 
Allyson set up the first Yurt at Cabot Shores…and introduced many friends to Cape Breton and to Cabot Shores.
 
She is here on Cape Breton, in between trips from Europe, Africa and most recently Quebec where she is fund raising
for her project “Building Berkina”, where she has founded an orphanage and  has developed a local community project of woodworking, including making children’s blocks and distributing them to community learning centres….
 
 

Blocks in Berkina Faso

 

Allyson and Tree