The bustling roadside café, Dancing Goat Café and Bakery, is a favourite stop along the Cabot Trail for locals and visitors alike. With delicious sweet treats, fresh breads, artisanal sandwiches and soups, and lattes that would rival any top coffee house, the Dancing Goat is a culinary gem tucked in the hills of the Margaree Valley. After lunch be sure to buy a package of Goat Cakes (oatcakes) and a Margaree Valley Fog for the road!Open Year-Round.
Date: Friday, July 5 2019 to Sunday, July 7 2019
A fun family weekend which includes a parade, children's games, ball tournament, bbq and and a duck race.
Date: Friday, October 19 2018 to Sunday, October 21 2018
Cape Breton Colours Fall Photography Workshop October 19th to October 21st. Cost: $495+HST+Eventbrite Fee - 4 Spaces available for participants who do not need to be provided accommodation $695+HST+Eventbrite Fee - Two nights accommodations in shared cottages with two private rooms. 12 Private bedrooms available amongst 6 cottages, 2 private rooms per cottage 16 Participants, maximum. October 19th - Meet and greet at the Lakes Cottages in Lake O'Law and depart for a sunset shoot at either Cape Clear or…
Opens: Sunday, May 8 until Sunday, October 30
The Lakes Campsite is located on the Cabot Trail at North East Margaree on Cape Breton Island. Our campsite is situated on beautiful Lake O'Law surrounded by the Cape Breton Highlands that offer natural beauty and sparkling waters that you will remember for life.The Lakes is only minutes away from the famous Margaree River, a Canadian Heritage River renowned for its salmon fishing and offers a variety of beautiful pools. There is something for everyone here. Enjoy Celtic music, ceilidhs,…
Opens: Friday, April 1 until Wednesday, November 30
5-bdrm home (Q,T), three 4-pc baths, SaTV, DVD, VCR, washer, dryer, electric heat, woodstove in living room. Converted traditional barn on 25-acre property; adjacent to brook, 1-km walk through fields to river. Bookings through Normaway Inn.
The property offers eight well-spaced housekeeping cottages in Cape Breton Nova Scotia. It is situated on the Cabot Trail at beautiful Lake O’Law. Surrounded by the Cape Breton Highlands, and the lovely Margaree River Valley, The Lakes offers natural beauty and sparkling waters that you will remember for life. Whether you are staying in a cottage or camping, you will find the atmosphere friendly and gently relaxing. For outdoor adventure ask about our canoes, kayaks, pedal boats.
The Margaree Salmon Museum is located in a former schoolhouse in North East Margaree. It aims to share the rich history of fishing on the Margaree River, a river which is still world renown for its salmon. The museum also strives to educate visitors on the importance of conservation, in order to ensure the protection of fish stocks for future generations. The museum houses exhibits relating to salmon angling on the river, as well as an excellent collection of fishing tackle,…
Lake O’Law Provincial Park is an inland park on the shore of Lake O’Law on the Cabot Trail (24 km / 15 mi north of Highway 105) on Cape Breton Island. The park features picnic areas in fields and mixed-wood stands and a boat launch – a great location for boating and swimming.
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