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 two of the world’s greatest golf courses, continue your unforgettable adventures on one of the greatest islands in the world. Recognized by Travel + Leisure as Canada’s #1 island, as well as the 8th best island in the world, Cape Breton is a land like no other. It’s an alluring, magical place, where eagles circle high above kayakers, moose walk alongside hikers, and salmon leap in front of eternally hopeful anglers.
A Cape Breton adventure is hardly limited to traversing the seas or rolling hills, it also means basking in local culture, from square dances and ceilidhs to lobster boils and whiskey tastings. And for those looking for a more subdued way to unwind between tee times, the Inverness Beach boasts the warmest waters north of the Carolinas and over 2 miles of sandy shoreline.
Whether you’re looking to create your own adventure or seeking something a little more structured, the Cabot team is here to bring your vision to life. From heli-fly fishing to sunset beach lobster boils with a private chef and live local music, on an island of such endless possibility, we can make just about anything happen.
Sable Island Adventure
Sable Island is like no other island in North America. Well-known for its large population of wild horses roaming free and some of Canada’s largest shifting sand dunes, the remote island is protected by Parks Canada to preserve this beautiful oasis. Cabot Cape Breton’s Sable Island Adventure offers an incredibly rare opportunity to explore and learn about the unique beauty of Sable Island.
A quick helicopter trip to the Margaree River is an experience on its own but add to that fishing on the world-renowned Margaree River.
Sable Island Adventure
Sable Island is a small crescent-shaped sandbar sitting 200km off the east coast of Nova Scotia, where a large population of wild horses roam free.
Go from the greens of Cabot to the beautiful blue waters of Atlantic Ocean or the Margaree River for yet another unforgettable Cape Breton experience.
Hiking & Walking
Discover the unique natural beauty of the western side of the island, be it your own adventure or a guided experience.
Hit the road and discover the breathtaking landscapes, beautiful beaches, picturesque fishing villages, and charming towns of Cape Breton.
Cabot’s Har-Tru Clay tennis courts offer golfers and non-golfers alike a fun way to get moving and stay fit during their vacation.
Make a splash with these local water activities and see why Nova Scotia is “Canada’s Ocean Playground”.
The nearby Celtic Shores Coastal Trail provides the perfect spot to start your biking adventure.
The Artisan Trail
Art and craft that mirrors the heritage, lifestyle, and geography of the region in which the artists live and work.
Festival & Events
Of course, no Cabot Cape Breton stay is complete without enjoying the sights and sounds of the island’s rich heritage.
Inverness may be considered small, but the people here are big on new opportunities, and deeply connected to the community and its surrounding natural beauty.
Just a few feet from the finishing hole at Cabot Links, Cabot Bar offers true, authentic Cape Breton hospitality in a relaxed setting.
Cabot’s premier restaurant, Panorama, more than lives up to its name with some of the most picturesque dining in all of Cape Breton.
Whit's Public House
The Whit's Public House features inspired pub fare, hearty classics, and maritime favourites, including lobster boils on the patio.