Rediscover Your Adventurous Side in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

Cape Breton is an island full of outdoor adventures, historic experiences, and friendly people. This Canadian island offers whiskey tours and tastings, interpretive journeys, traditional feasts, Celtic dance and music, and even Blacksmith apprenticeships. For a town so immersed in its past, it knows how to keep up with the present. Cape Breton has its own web page on a web site about Nova Scotia and its attractions. This island is a mix of Celtic ancestry, French ancestry, and Aboriginal First Nations history. Tourists can dive deep into this cultural sea and explore their adventurous side.

When looking for a place to stay, there is no better location than the Hearthstone Inn Sydney. This Inn is located just in the main entrance to Sydney, a city on Cape Breton Island. Tourists at this location can easily view the Sydney Harbor and be a part of the Cabot Trail, which has 26 distinct hiking trails, six beaches, and 24 stunning viewpoints with various waterfalls sprinkled in this wonderful place. The Sydney location of Hearthstone Inn offers modern amenities like a bar fridge, a microwave, free wireless internet, and cable television. Customers can unwind from the day’s events in a king or queen sized room with a three piece bathroom. They can even bring their pets with them, provided they advise the staff members at the time of booking the reservation.

This hotel is just minutes from some of Cape Breton’s most famous attractions like the Waterfront Boardwalk, Salmon and Deep Sea Fishing, the Bras d’Or Lake, and the Cape Breton Miner’s Museum, among many others. The Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site is nearby as well. The Waterfront Boardwalk is perfect for those who love watching and hearing the coastline’s roar and crash against the beaches.

For those who prefer to be riding those crests, there are ample locations to rent boats and jet skis for the day. Salmon and Deep Sea Fishing is done by standing waist-high in the Margaree River, notorious for its beauty. Even if one does not bring back a catch, one can still experience the bliss of solitude just like the Bras d’Or Lake elicits. Visit the Miner’s Museum or the Alexander Bell Site to pay tribute to some of Cape Breton’s most famous industries. Call today to see how one can book a fascinating vacation in Nova Scotia.