Silver Dart Lodge in Baddeck, Victoria County, Canada | Boating | Canoeing | Fishing | Hiking | Hotel | Lodge | Sailing | Self Catering | Watersports | Hotel services | Chalets | GOLF | Pet friendly hotel | Beach Hotel

Silver Dart Lodge, situated in Baddeck, Nova Scotia at the start and stop point of the Cape Breton's Cabot Trail, featuring the finest panoramic view of the Bras d'Or Lakes, McCurdy?s restaurant, lounge and patio, with live entertainment, heated swimming pool, private beach, and forested nature trails.

Variety of Hotel rooms and Chalets, open mid-May to mid-October, The Silver Dart Lodge and its sister property, MacNeil House, share over 90 acres of natural surroundings all the way down to the shores of the Bras d'or Lakes. Choose from a wide variety of Hotel rooms and rates, most with great views, designed to offer the best overall value for your specific needs.

Main Lodge: Boasting our best view of the lakes these traditional Lodge Hotel rooms offer a rustic Cape Breton charm and great reservation rates. Equipped with either one King or Queen bed or Two twin beds our Main Lodge guest rooms are centrally located and offer a refreshingly unique Baddeck-feel that is accentuated by the spectacular view and deck.

Pets: Silver Dart Lodge is a pet-friendly facility. Pets are welcome in our Chalets and our West Lodge only.
Non-smoking: All accommodations are non-smoking.

Chalet - Double: Cottage-like, side by side Chalets that offer one Queen [with wood stove fireplace] or two double bed configurations, hardwood floors, kitchenette facilities and decks overlooking the play grounds, pool and lakes. Some feature adjoining rooms for larger families or friends who are travelling Cape Breton together. Our Chalets offer a whole different feel to traditional Hotel rooms and are a very popular accommodation in Baddeck. All at very reasonable rates.

West Lodge: In Baddeck, these Hotel rooms are tucked away from the traffic and designed to offer a little extra room for larger parities. Overlooking the lakes, these rooms feature two double beds, an extended sitting area inclusive of a sofa bed and access to a common deck with an expansive view. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the tranquil country environment of Cape Breton Island.

East Lodge: Standard & Lake View
Conveniently situated close to our dining room, these Hotel rooms feature a contemporary style guestroom, two double beds, comfortable sitting area and a private deck overlooking the lakes. Non-view East Lodge rooms are also available. These rooms offer the same amenities, but do not have a view.

Join us for breakfast and dinner in McCurdy's dining room while enjoying one the best views in Cape Breton.The Observation Deck Lounge is also a great spot to relax and enjoy a late afternoon drink after sightseeing or a game of GOLF. Or stop by for a nightcap before you retire for the evening. Our bartenders are always happy to socialize with you and provide information on how to discover the many hidden gems in the area.

Our local insights and experience assisting other travelers will ensure you make the most of your Cabot Trail experience. We have picked our favourites to save you the trouble:

* The world-renowned scenery of the Cabot Trail
* Cape Breton Highlands National Park - 366 square miles of majestic highlands and coastal wilderness in northern Cape Breton, with 27 Hiking trails, camping, wildlife and bird watching.

* Alexander Graham Bell. The Bell National Historic Site is located in the village where, for more than 35 years, Bell conducted numerous scientific experiments

* Sailing and Boating tours on the Bras d'Or Lakes, leaving every few hours from government wharf in Baddeck

* Visit the Fortress of Louisbourg ? the largest reconstructed 18th-century French fortified town in North America.

* Bras d'Or Lakes scenic drive, circling the lake along shoreline roads that offer a panorama of woodlands, farms and villages - ideal for bicycling, walking, picnics and bird watching and a prime nesting area of the majestic bald eagle

* Bell Bay GOLF Club, designed by internationally acclaimed GOLF architect Thomas McBroom, boasts 18 holes of exceptional GOLF and was awarded Best New Course in Canada for 1998 by GOLF Digest magazine

* A taste of farm life as experienced by the early Scottish settlers at the Nova Scotia Highland Village Museum captures the lifestyle of the late 1800's.

* The Orangedale Railway Station Museum offers a special look at the late 19th century trains and train travel (The Rankin Family have made this location famous with the popular song 'The Orangedale Whistle.')

* The Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts at St.Ann's is the only Gaelic College in North America where the Gaelic is taught, as well as piping, drumming and Gaelic singing. Daily traditional ceilidhs are performed for the enjoyment of visitors.

* Boating enthusiasts enjoy 450 square miles of fog-free waters on the Bras d'Or Lakes beautiful inland sea, one of the best Sailing locations in the world.

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257 Shore Road
Baddeck
Nova Scotia
Canada
1-902-295-2340
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