Joyce's Motel, Cottages & RV Park - Listed under St Peters Motels, located approximately 0.00km away.
Situated on the Bras d'Or Lake, the largest salt water lake in the world, you'll find Joyce's Motel & Cottages, a cosy retreat for anyone looking for a relaxing getaway. [ More details ]
Bras d'Or Lakes Inn - Listed under St Peters Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.36km away.
The Bras d’Or Lakes Inn is more than just a fantastic place to get a sumptuous meal, or a great night’s sleep. It’s a Four Star waterfront Cape Breton Island mini-resort, with a bounty of amenities and activities that let you be as active, or relaxed as you want to be. Located in St. Peter's at the hub of Cape Breton’s Heritage Coast, we’re surrounded by pristine waters of the Atlantic ocean and the Bras d'Or Lake, with scenic hiking, cycling and driving experiences on your ..... [ More details ]
A. MacDonald Country Inn - Listed under St Peters Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.04km away.
We took special care to maintain the unmatchable charm of each room when redesigning them, wanting to keep alive the history of the building. Our inspiration for naming the rooms came from its former owners, the MacDonald family. The family had seven daughters and four sons. The room’s doors now adorn wonderful hand painted signs of each of the girl's names. [ More details ]
Canal House B&B Cottages - Listed under St Peters Cottages / Cabins, located approximately 0.16km away.
The B&B is centrally located in order to enjoy day trips to many famous Cape Breton attractions such as the Dundee Resor & Golf Club, the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, the Village of Baddeck, home of Alexander Graham Bell, several breathtaking coastal fishing villages along the Acadian regions of Isle Madame and Cheticamp as well as the legendary Cabot Trail. Discover the famous St. Peter’s Canal and its tidal lock system specifically designed to link the Atlantic Ocean to ..... [ More details ]
Listed under St Peters Campsites, located approximately 0.78km away.
The Park is home to a number of historically significant sites, including the ruins of a lime kiln used to make plaster and mortar, some of which was used in the construction of Forteress Louisbourg, as well as the remains of two forts that involved in the French and English struggle over the North American continent. [ More details ]