Chanterelle Country Inn and Cottages

Chanterelle Country Inn and Cottages in Baddeck, Victoria County, Canada | Bar | Bed and Breakfast | Golf | Guest House | Harbour | Kayaking | Museum | Weddings | Whale Watching | Guest House Restaurant | Golf Courses | Bar and Restaurant | Guest Rooms | Honeymoon Accommodation

The 150 acre estate of the Chanterelle Country Inn and Cottages celebrates the beauty and the bounty of Cape Breton Island in Baddeck, Canada. Situated on the Cabot Trail, it sits high on a brae overlooking the estuary of the North River as it flows into St. Ann's Bay in Nova Scotia county.

Chanterelle Country Inn and Cottages bestows the tranquillity of a secluded retreat. It is situated on the 'Artisans' Loop' of the Cabot Trail - the road less travelled. The Inn offers eight exquisite rooms and one two-room suite... all with private baths, ceiling fans, antique furnishings, oriental carpets and original works of art. It provides the perfect setting for retreats, romantic getaways, small Weddings, executive meetings and other special occasions. The newly renovated one bedroom cottages offer housekeeping facilities, TVs and a spectacular view of the Harbour.

All rooms feature private en suite four-piece baths with hair-dryers, antiques, oriental carpets, original works of art and ceiling fans. A buffet breakfast served in the dining room or on the verandah.

Dinner is served every evening in the Chanterelle's elegant dining room or on the screened verandah. On ceilidh nights, we start dinner at 5:30. The menu changes nightly depending on what is fresh. However, we always offer a vegetarian, non-vegetarian and seafood entree with seasonal vegetables and freshly baked artisan bread.

Guests can choose to have two, three, or four courses. While outside guests are welcome, Inn and cottage guests are given seating preference.

The dining room features a fully licensed Bar, offering a variety of organically grown and non-organic wines, mixed drinks, single malt scotches, domestic and imported beers.

Cultural Heritage of St. Ann's Bay in Baddeck, Nova Scotia:
The St. Ann's Bay area is rich in Scottish, Acadian and First Nations heritage and culture as well as New World history. Originally the home of the Mi'kmaq, a member of the great Wabenaki Confederation that played pivotal roles in the history of both the United States and Canada, the area was settled by Scots about 1840. Today, it provides a unique art and artisan community, outdoor activities, and an array of musical events.

Distances to Attractions and Activities:
* 5 min North River Kayaking
* 5 min North River Wilderness Hiking Trails
* 15 min Gaelic College
* 25 min Bell Bay Golf
* 55 min Highlands Links Golf
* 35 min Newfoundland Ferry
* 35 min Bird Island Boat Tours
* 1 hr, 30 min Whale Watching
* 1 hr, 20 min Cheticamp.

There are beaches to enjoy, horses to ride and hiking trails to explore. Discover music to entertain and festivals to experience. So much in fact you will want to return again and again, as so many of our guests do. Take home a momento of your visit from a wide range of artists and craft makers with shops and galleries in many communities.

There is also the experience of just being here, relaxed and unhurried. Nova Scotia enjoys a rich compliment of over 400 bird species that appear thought out the province. All you need bring is yourself a companion or two and don't forget your camera.

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Location Info


48678 Cabot Trail
Nova Scotia
(902) 929-2263?
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Bed and Breakfast
Guest House
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Guest House Restaurant
Golf Courses
Bar and Restaurant
Guest Rooms
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St. Ann's Bay
Cape Breton Island
Cabot Trail
North River Estuary
Artisans Loop
Romantic Getaways
Small Weddings
Executive Meetings
Harbour Views
Licensed Bar
Organically Grown Wines
North River Kayaking
Hiking Trails
Bell Bay Golf
Bird Island
Boat Tours
Whale Watching