About the area

fallsCape Breton lies on the same geographical latitude as North Italy ( or Southern France) and the climate is Mediterranean in the summer. The local beaches are not well known attractions and the result of this is that you have the most beautiful beaches with clear water and hot summer temperatures almost to yourself within walking distance from your accommodation. Atlantic temperatures reach up to 19 c in the summer months. And in the fall (autumn) the blazing natural colours leave an unforgettable impression. In summer the coast lines become a centre for whale watches. ( fin whales, humpbacks, pilot and pygmy whales are frequent visitors to these shores 

Cape Breton offers holiday makers everything they could wish for, the quiet get away from it all, nature as it is intended to be, many historical sites, musical festivals, walking and driving trails the holiday is really what you make it. The population still remains on the whole unaffected by the hectic pace and political insecurity of the times, the people are willing to share the land they love with you, and the land we love is still one of the worlds best kept secret, in a very much quiet corner of the world.
There are many museums which celebrate the past which really are too numerous to list but all tell the story of this unique area of the world.

Jewel of the Maritimes

coastCape Breton has been attracting visitors for over 2000 years, and colonization beginning in the very early part of the 16th century, the heavy forests and glowering headlands still show few marks of human habitation, in fact much of Cape Breton remains unspoilt to this day. Cape Breton in all its considerable splendour represents a destination for everyone, and in the fall colours are amongst the consistently splendid of any location on earth. Music drawn from its early Scottish heritage is celebrated at many festivals around the island, and cumulates at the famous Celtic colours International festival. The present is inextricably linked with the regions past and has a distinct flavour all of its own, which you can sample only in person.

Cape Breton Island has lured visitors to her shores for many, many years. It is truly an amazing place where the sand and sea air have joined forces with the enchantment of its history to create an indescribable atmosphere, you will only see what we mean when you visit. Interested in historic sites, cultural events, outdoor adventure and/or sports or just unimaginable relaxation? Cape Breton Island’s Five Scenic Trails can deliver. Pack a picnic for the sheer splendour of sunsets over the Bras D’or Lakes, or photograph your way through a hike along the rugged coastline of the historic east. The waters on the Western “Sunset Side of the Island” are your perfect host for whale watching, sailing, kayaking and scuba diving.

You have to see it to believe it

property-1property-5National Geographical Travellers magazine rates Cape Breton as second only to the fiords of Norway for raw beauty, there are many who say our island is the most scenic anywhere, whatever the truth and from who, Cape Breton is indisputably unique.