Cabot was recently listed as one of the World’s Top Honeymoon Destinations according to Town & Country Magazine. Cape Breton has long been known as a top romantic destination, with Vacay.ca naming the island Canada’s #1 romantic destination in 2012 and Travel and Leisure ranking it the #1 Island in Canada in 2018. We are honoured to be included in these lists and figured we should share some of the aspects of the resort that make us a romantic destination for couples and newlyweds! From romantic strolls (with golf clubs or without), to elegant accommodations, inspired dining, dramatic sunsets, and starry night skies, every Cabot experience comes with a little extra spark!
After an amazing summer season, fall is finally here! And while some of your may be wishing for summer to stay a little longer, we assure you, there is SO much to look forward to in a Cape Breton Fall. Epic Links golf, stunning vistas, fresh briny air, and incredible adventures make Cape Breton the ideal fall golf getaway.
The holiday season is upon us, which means celebrating with family and friends, indulging in festive treats, and yes, shopping for Christmas presents, which can often be stressful or time-consuming. Not to worry! Because even if you haven’t started making your naughty-or-nice list, are nearly done, or are just looking for some fantastic stocking-stuffer ideas, we have the perfect solution:
As the last of autumn’s leaves fall to the ground, we thought we’d reflect on what many consider Cape Breton’s most beautiful season.
Home of Cabot Links, the lovely town of Inverness lies on the west coast of Cape Breton—long been known as the “Sunset Side” of the Island. Those of you who’ve had the pleasure of visiting are likely aware of how this title came to be.
When we’re not hitting the links, you’ll often find us lounging in the sun on Inverness Beach, along with many other residents of Cape Breton Island. If you’d like to join in the fun, check out our list of the top five things you should know about beautiful Inverness Beach!