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Les Trois Pignons
Les Trois Pignons in Cheticamp, Nova Scotia is the visitor information centre and museum.
Visit Les Trois Pignons for a special view into Acadian culture and the history of Chéticamp, a stunning
Plage St-Pierre Beach and Campground
We offer a mix of wooded and open serviced sites for Motorhomes, Trailers and Tents (144 sites) to complement a long stretch of open ocean beach frontage.
All expected amenities are available: Canteen
Ocean View Motel & Chalets
At the end of the rainbow you will find your pot of gold at the Ocean View Motel & Chalets in the Acadian village of Cheticamp on the Cabot Trail. According to Irish legend, if you catch a wee leprechaun,
The Cornerstone Motel is located along side the picturesque and serene Chéticamp River, on the world famous Cabot Trail just five minutes north of the town of Chéticamp. This 17 unit Motel boasts
Cheticamp Outfitters Inn
Cheticamp Outfitters Inn is located just outside Cheticamp in Point Cross on Cape Breton Island. Our property is situated on top of a hill, so we have a fantastic ocean, mountain and valley view from
Cabot Trail Sea & Golf Chalets
The Cabot Trail Sea and Golf Chalets offer first class accommodations on the world famous Cabot Trail. A premiere family and golf resort catering to the needs of the family, golfers and non-golfers
Auberge Doucet Inn
As you tour the Cabot Trail on your visit through Cape Breton, in Nova Scotia, there are inns, motels and restaurants which will undoubtedly have you coming back, or talking about, for years to come.
Tapestry (Rug Hooking)
We call “hooking” the making of wool or rag rugs on burlap. The burlap is stretched tightly on a wooden frame, and the hook is a simple nail with a curved tip attached to a wooden handle.