Quilt & Artisan Market

Date: Wednesday, August 2 2023 to Sunday, August 6 2023

We are back! Join us for our Quilt & Artisan Market August 2-6, open daily from 10am to 4pm.

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Skye Lodge

The Skye Lodge is located in Port Hastings on beautiful Cape Breton Island. Overlooking the Canso Causeway, we are a convenient location for all your Cape Breton entry way day trips. Enjoy spacious, water view rooms and beautifully landscaped grounds that ensure your relaxation for a busy day ahead.Let us be your home away from home while you explore the area. As we are situated at the entry way to Cape Breton Island, we are within short driving distances to…

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Cape Breton Causeway Inn

Cape Breton Causeway Inn is located just past the Canso Causeway at the entry point of Cape Breton Island. Make us your home away from home as you explore the island.Enjoy a hike along the Ceilidh Coastal Trail, a 22-kilometer (12 mile) trek that follows an old railway bed up to Long Point. Discover Glenora Distillery in Glenville, Canada’s only distiller of single malt whisky, where you can take a tour of the distillery and ground and then enjoy lunch…

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Hearthstone Inn

Stay at the Hearthstone Inn Port Hawkesbury, located minutes from the Canso Causeway, before you kick off your Cape Breton adventure. The rooms have been renovated and are equipped with fridges and microwaves with an indoor pool and laundry facilities on site.  Enjoy a visit to the Celtic Music Interpretive Center in Judique, a visit to a spectacular sandy beach, walk, run or bike on the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail, or enjoy a tour and tasting at Glenora Distillery as you…

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Artisans Collective

Local artisans operate a seasonal gift shop offering quality hand-crafted items for purchase, including quilts and quilted items, knitted and crocheted hats, mittens and scarves, woven blankets, table runners and place-mats, wooden vases and bowls, keyrings and seam rippers, baby gift items and a large assortment of hand-made gift products.

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Troy Lodge Cottages

Daily rates from $120 to $169 plus tax:1-bedroom with queen-size bed $1201-bedroom with two double beds $1392-bedroom with double beds $169Weekly rates from $600 to $850 plus tax.

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Strait Area Museum

History comes alive in this modern museum overlooking the Strait of Canso. Displays on the construction of the Canso Causeway and its impact on the people and communities in the area, model ship display, local history, early 20th-century lifestyle, railroads, and ferries. Extensive archives and materials for genealogical research available on-site. Personalized tours of the museum are given. Be sure to visit our gift shop, which features handmade products by local quilters, crafters, and woodworkers. Stop by our gazebo and enjoy…

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Celtic Shores Coastal Trail

The Celtic Shores Coastal Trail is a 92 km (57 mi) multi-use trail, along former rail bed, stretching from Port Hastings to Inverness on the west coast of Cape Breton Island. It's also part of the Trans Canada Trail and the International Appalachian Trail. Great for off-road cycling or long-distance trekking, the easy, flat trail meanders along the coastline, through picturesque wilderness, connecting several communities and attractions that showcase the area’s vibrant Celtic culture. Along the way, you’ll discover active fishing…

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Chisholm’s of Troy Coastal Cottages & Courtyard B&B

Welcome to Troy, home of the famous Scottish hospitality of the Ceilidh Trail. The Chisholm family has been extending this hospitality to visitors since their arrival on these shores almost two hundred years ago. Today, James MacDonald, great-great grandson of the original Chisholm settlers, welcomes you to these beautiful four-star cottages located on the Chisholm oceanfront farm.Relax on your deck and enjoy the panoramic views, watch the eagles soaring through the sky from your deck or take a walk through…

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Celtic Shores Coastal Trail (Port Hastings Trailhead)

The Celtic Shores Coastal Trail is a 92 km (57 mi) multi-use trail, along former rail bed, stretching from Port Hastings to Inverness on the west coast of Cape Breton Island. Its also part of the Trans Canada Trail and the International Appalachian Trail. Great for off-road cycling or long-distance trekking, the easy, flat trail meanders along the coastline, through picturesque wilderness, connecting several communities and attractions that showcase the area’s vibrant Celtic culture.  Along the way, you’ll discover active fishing…

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