Hunter's Mountain Chalets

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Hunter's Mountain Chalets was founded in 1995 in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada and today provides 12 luxury, non smoking housekeeping accommodation units. Depending on the type, they provide ample space for two up to six persons.

Hunter's Mountain Chalets are located near the beautiful village of Baddeck ( less than 10 minutes by car ), which offers you a wide variety of shopping places, restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores and garages as well as hospital, medical center, post office, bank, drugstore, hairdressers, etc.

Our property is situated at the beginning of the world famous Cabot Trail. We're located on a wonderful, quiet, south view section of land at the foot of the Cape Breton Highlands and feature a magnificent panoramic view. You can see part of Baddeck River and Bras D'0r lakes, Beinn Breagh peninsula and Boularderie island.

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS:
4 non-smoking apartments in a chalet style building. Each has a separate entrance and accommodates up to 4 persons.
The apartment consists of: Living / dining room with a futon, kitchenette, bedroom with king-size bed and a 4-pc private bathroom.

4 non-smoking apartments in a chalet style building. Each apartment has a separate entrance ( upper one has a balcony ) and accommodates up to 6 persons.

The apartment consists of: Large living / dining room with double sofa bed, fully equiped kitchen, two bedrooms with a king-size bed and a 4-pc private bathroom.

4 non-smoking apartments in two duplex cottage buildings. Each apartment has a separate entrance and accommodates up to 6 persons.

The cottage consists of: Living / dining room with a futon, fully equiped kitchen, two bedrooms with king-size beds and a 4-pc private bathroom.

Round Trip Cabot Trail - The Cabot Trail, named one of the best road trips in the world by Lonely Planet, is a trail that winds through stunning landscapes, along the Margaree River, a Canadian Heritage Salmon River, and through spectacular rugged highlands of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada.

The trail itself takes its name from the Italian explorer John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) who reached our shores in 1497, sailing on a mission for King Henry VII of England. The name also celebrates the meeting of Cabot and the Mi'kmaq people, the original inhabitants of Cape Breton Island, at Aspy Bay over 500 years ago.

The Cabot Trail, completed in 1932, joined previously isolated fishing villages along an approximate 300 km loop. Today the Cabot Trail connects eight major communities with intriguing histories, ranging from the Acadian Region, to Irish and Scottish settlements. These vibrant communities are gateways to outdoor adventures and cultural events.

Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck - 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.

A visit to the Fortress of Louisbourg ? the largest reconstructed 18th-century French fortified town in North America ? is a series of experiences that set a mood. Ramparts, streets, households and interpreters help to create the look, texture and mood of another century. Cannons on stone ramparts, a busy waterfront tavern and the crackling of a kitchen fire all tell how people of a different age lived and worked.

Gaelic College - Situated in the heart of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada, the Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts was founded in 1938 as a school devoted to the study and preservation of the Gaelic language, arts and culture. Students of all ages and abilities from around the world take courses at our Cape Breton campus, USA campus, and online. Our world-class instructors offer programs in Scottish traditional disciplines including Gaelic language and song, music, dance and crafts.

Iona Highland Village - FÓilte gu Cridhe GÓidhealach Albainn ┘r
A Gaelic welcome to the "Highland Heart of Nova Scotia" awaits you in Iona, Cape Breton Island. Experience Nova Scotia's Gaelic culture at one of many community events or at the Highland Village outdoor pioneer museum. View some of the most breathtaking scenery that this Province has to offer on the shores of the mighty Bras d'Or. The Iona Peninsula is well worth the visit.

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Baddeck
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