It’s an island escape like no other, where a compelling canvas of rolling sand dunes, lush forest greens, rugged sweeping vistas, and sparkling blue waters greet you each morning. And where orange- and pink-hued sunsets signal the start of another beautiful night.
It’s a burgeoning golf community of its own, where you can stroll from the courses, to your accommodations, to any of three onsite restaurants, in just a matter of minutes. And where you can dine on fresh-from-the-Atlantic seafood and naturally farmed produce from the local countryside.
And it’s a sense of belonging, a sense of being at home, where the people are as warm and welcoming as the overhead sun. And where someone will soon as offer you a drink as tell you a tale (be it tall, short, or otherwise). This is just a taste of what’s waiting for you, here at Cabot Cape Breton.
Our unique accommodation options at Cabot Cape Breton share a few things in common: modern influences, timeless aesthetics, and awe-inspiring panoramic vistas. Indulge in high-end amenities and first-class luxuries from the comforts of your oceanfront room, villa, or residence. Pair it all together with sweeping sea views and golf course vistas, it is sure to make jaws drop and hearts soar.
From upscale and refined to casual and rustic: the restaurants and bars at Cabot Cape Breton fulfill even the most discerning of palates in delightfully delicious ways.
Things to do
After playing on two of the world’s greatest golf courses, continue your unforgettable adventures on “one of the world’s best islands”—an accolade that everyone from National Geographic Traveler to Travel + Leisure has used to describe Cape Breton. To further explore all that the Inverness
area has to offer, view the activities below or check out our online Adventure Guide. We have to agree with the experts, because, simply put, Cape Breton Island is a land like no other. It’s an alluring, magical place, where eagles circle high above kayakers, moose walk alongside cars, and salmon leap in front of eternally hopeful anglers.
And where road signs in English, French, and Gaelic guide you through breathtaking landscapes and pristine coastlines. In fact, when it comes to all the things to do in Cape Breton, one could say that the legendary 300-kilometre (186-mile) Cabot Trail is just the start of your incredible journey.