Places to stay in Big Farm, Nova Scotia
We currently have 13 accommodations in and around Big Farm with other regional listings available for Campsites, Motels, Inns, Hotels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Places to eat in the region include Clean Wave Restaurant, Lakeside Restaurant At Inverary Resort Baddeck, McCurdy's Dining Room (Silver Dart Lodge / Maritime Inns), and Lakeside Cafe (Inverary Resort).
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Big Farm is located close to Bonds Meadow, Enon Lake, Campbells Mountain, MacDonalds Glen Brook and Gillis Lake.
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- Longitude: -60°49'5.0304
- Latitude: 46°6'15.843
Things to see and do
Comunn Feis an Eilein (Festival of the Island)
Located at Christmas Island Firehall. 8539 Route 223 PO Box 317. Come Experience the Culture of Cape Breton Island at it's best! Join in our weekly concerts and Summer Music Program!Cape Breton's finest musicians share the stage with emerging talent and local tradition bearers in these two-hour,bilingual concerts.
Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
Located at P.O. Box 159. A unique exhibit complex where models, replicas, photo displays, artifacts, and films describe the fascinating life and work of Alexander Graham Bell. Special events such as Harvest Home complement the offering of activities on this site, situated on 10 hectares of landscaped grounds overlooking scenic Bras d'Or Lake and Baddeck Bay.
Nova Scotia Highland Village
Located at 4119 Highway 223. The Nova Scotia Highland Village is a non-profit Society with the mission: to protect, interpret and further the collection of buildings and artifacts at the Nova Scotia Highland Village site in Iona; and to preserve and promote the Scottish Highland and Island culture as found in Nova Scotia. It is without doubt that the Highland Village would not be where it is today without the dedication, stubbornness, and dedication of the many volunteers and members of the Society.
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