Steff’s Sunset Hideaway

Three cottages that sit atop a gently sloping hill, with a breathtaking sunset view over East Lake Ainslie. Perfect for families and groups, or even a quiet get-a-way for two, after a great day of hiking in the mountains.  As an alternative route to the Cabot Trail, the winding Highway 395 lies alongside the lake, offering stunning views of both the water and the mountains.  Situated only 20 minutes from Inverness, the Atlantic Ocean and the famous Cabot Links and Cabot…

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MacKinnon’s Campground

21 overnight sites (E(30-amp),W,Se) + 80 seasonal; 3 rental trailers. Open & wooded family campground on Lake Ainslie; excellent scenery. FT, free showers, DS, fireplaces, laundromat, store, propane, pay phone, ice, tea room, ice cream. Wi-Fi, CBTV in recreation hall, playground, darts, swimming in heated pool & lake, dock; kayak rentals. Daily loon & eagle sightings. Pets on leash.

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MacDonald House Museum

Contact the museum for more information about group tours and special demonstrations.

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Trout Brook Provincial Park

Trout Brook Provincial Park in East Lake Ainslie on Cape Breton Island (22.5 km /14 mi south of the junction of Routes 19 and 395) is a picnic park with tables under a mixed-wood forest. Beyond the forested area, visitors will find a beautiful white sandy beach on the shores of Lake Ainslie for both swimming and trout fishing activities.

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Nature Lost and Found

Nature paintings, fairy village and fairy crafts. Free little library and TARDIS on-site.

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Tulloch Inn

Tulloch Inn is nestled in the beautiful Cape Breton Island region of Nova Scotia, in the heart of Celtic culture. We are a southern Colonial-style, year-round inn with a 52-foot balcony and veranda overlooking beautiful Lake Ainslie, the largest freshwater lake in Nova Scotia. We are a 250-acre property with a one-kilometre lane, providing privacy from the highway. We offer a variety of activities and services surrounded by picturesque landscapes, home to a variety of wildlife including osprey, loons and…

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