Nova Scotia is a wonderful combination of beautiful scenery, lively festivals, small-town charm, fascinating history, and friendly and down-to-earth people. Drive through New Brunswick or come by Ferry through St. John. Take the CAT from Bar Harbor, Maine or the Confederation Bridge from PEI.
The Clansman Motel is a family owned and operated business, where we treat our guests as our extended family. The Clansman Motel is located in the heart of North Sydney, on Cape Breton Island, just 2 kilometers from the Newfoundland Ferry Terminal (Marine Atlantic).
The Bras d’Or Lakes Inn is more than just a fantastic place to get a sumptuous meal, or a great night’s sleep. It’s a Four Star waterfront Cape Breton Island mini-resort, with a bounty of amenities and activities that let you be as active, or relaxed as you want to be. Located in St.
10095 Grenville Street St Peters, Nova Scotia B0E3B0
cottage / chalet or cabin:
Our 25 rustic housekeeping cottages are well spaced and nicely situated and offer you the ideal location for:
home away from home
Cape Breton Highlands National Park
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The Beautiful Bras d'Or Lake, Canada's largest inland sea, is the setting for The Baddeck Inn & The Trailsman Motel. Located in the Baddeck area, their central location on the island make them ideal for visitors who plan to explore the beauty and attractions on Cape Breton.
8282 Highway 105 Baddeck Inlet, Nova Scotia B0E 1B0
The region is a great place to visit. Tour our coastal highways. Discover our parks, museums and wilderness areas. Sample our unique food, music, crafts and folkways. Relax and unwind in a place that puts a premium on community pride and family life.
We have been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years and Nova Scotia has been a vacation destination for more than a century. And we've earned a reputation for genuine friendliness and warm hospitality. Experience history and unwind in a heritage bed and breakfast or inn. Play a round of golf. Get romantic. Come discover your Nova Scotia in Atlantic Canada.
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