Outdoor and Culture


Renowned for its spectacular landscapes and unspoiled coastal lands, Cape Breton Island is a land like no other.  From hiking trails just outside Cabot Links Lodge to the famed, 186-mile long Cabot Trail, opportunities abound for the intrepid explorer.  Touted as one of “The World’s 10 Best Islands to Visit” by National Geographic Traveler, more than one-fifth of Cape Breton is preserved as a national park, making it a vast and veritable hiker’s paradise.  In addition, anglers from all over North America are drawn to the nearby Margaree River, home to some of the world’s best salmon fishing.

For those seeking a more subdued way to unwind between tee times, the clear blue waters of Inverness Beach are just a few short steps from our resort.  Here, secluded beaches and surprisingly warm waters provide the ideal backdrop for a tranquil sunset stroll or an invigorating morning swim.  Of course, no Cape Breton stay is complete without experiencing the authentic sights and sounds of the area’s rich heritage.  Authentic Gaelic singing and dancing is still performed regularly at venues all over the countryside.

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