Janvrin Island

Janvrin Island is a Canadian island off the coast of Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia in Richmond County. Janvrin Island, named for the family of John Janvrin, a merchant trader of Jersey, Channel Islands, is connected by a bridge to neighbouring Isle Madame. Janvrin Island was used by the Mi'kmaq Indians as a summer hunting ground and was especially prized for the white skinned deer who prospered there. For this reason, they called it "The Isle of the White Stag."
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West Arichat, NS | (902) 226-1507

The cottages are made to accommodate 2 people. Each cottage has a furnished livingroom, kitchen area and bath with shower. You...

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Arichat, NS | (902) 226-9515

These housekeeping cottages have two bedrooms, a full bath, kitchen/living room combination, and are fully furnished. Barbecue and...

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Cleveland, NS | (902) 535-2997

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Cleveland, NS | (902) 625-6541

Bright and spacious dining room with a gorgeous view to the river. ...

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Arichat, NS | (902) 226-2200

We extend a hearty welcome to the Acadian community of Arichat on Isle Madame that hugs the Atlantic Ocean on the Fleur-de-lis...

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