Welcome to Cabot Shores
Welcome to the picturesque Sule Skerrie Subdivision, nestled along the world-renowned Cabot Trail in Skir Dhu, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Choose from ten 2.0 to 3.0 acre private treed lots that are perfectly suited for a cottage, log home, and year round residence. The subdivision is located on the Cabot Trail and Sule Skerrie Lane, providing easy year round access to the land for residential use, recreational use, and future getaways. These lots are just 750 feet from the Atlantic Ocean by walking right of way, where water sports and outdoor activities like swimming, kayaking, canoeing, boating, and fishing can be enjoyed.
Skir Dhu is situated on the North Shore of Cape Breton, just 20 minutes from Cape Smokey Provincial Park, between the Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the charming village of Baddeck. The North Shore is home to a vast array of wildlife, a crab and lobster fishery, and many artisans and crafters along the Cabot Trail.
Conveniently located just a 30-minute drive from the full service town of Ingonish and a 50-minute drive from the charming village of Baddeck where you’ll find all your necessary supplies and services, making Cabot Shores the ideal place to relish in the quiet of country living, while still feeling connected to the surrounding maritime communities.
Cabot Shores is a place where you can escape the stresses of city life to vacation, rest, and relax, while creating an east coast getaway tradition your family will enjoy for years to come.
Click the links below to learn more about the lots we have available:
|LOT #||SIZE||PRICE (CDN)|
Imagine starting your day watching the sun rise over the ocean while listening to the waves washing against the shore. Then spend a quiet afternoon working around your land before watching the stars come out in the evening. With little to no light pollution, you’ll be able to enjoy stargazing by the fireside.
Owning a piece of land here opens the door to all of the amazing amenities that the Cabot Trail and Cape Breton has to offer. Outdoorsmen will love fishing the Atlantic Ocean, and angling on the many lakes, ponds, and rivers close by for salmon and trout. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the hiking trails in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park that lead to panoramic views of canyons, highlands, and seacoasts.
And outdoor adventure enthusiasts will relish in exploring the French River Wilderness Area just opposite your land along the Cabot Trail, which is home to an old growth hemlock forest and rugged canyons and ravines. The wilderness reserve boasts excellent mushroom picking, fly fishing, and moose hunting opportunities.
When you're not busy enjoying the quiet comfort of your home base in Cabot Shores, you can spend time exploring the charming east coast communities surrounding your land along the Cabot Trail, which was ranked in MSN Travel’s 10 Most Underrated Attractions and Zoomer’s 7 Great Canadian Road Trips.
Cape Breton’s spectacular beauty was meant to be enjoyed in all seasons! You can spend time hiking and snowshoeing on the many trails in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park which will lead you to breathtaking views of canyons, highlands, and seacoasts.
In the spring and summer, Golf enthusiasts will enjoy playing through the Cape Breton Highlands Golf Course, which is a 30-minute drive away from Cabot Shores at the Keltic Lodge. This classic 18 hole course has been ranked in the Top 10 Best Courses in Canada, and is located in the heart of the National Park showcasing spectacular mountain views and ocean vistas.
You can also look forward to cross country skiing, showshoeing, and downhill skiing in and around your land once the snow flies, or at the Cape Smokey Provincial Park which is just a 20-minute drive away from Cabot Shores. Great snowmobiling trails can also be found throughout the Cape Breton Highlands.
Many must-see stops are just a drive away from Cabot Shores. Exploring these areas is the perfect way to immerse in maritime culture and embrace the laid back east coast lifestyle. Click here to learn more about different excursions you can take advantage of on Cape Breton Island.
Community & Surrounding Area
Ingonish – Shopping, accommodations, and a variety of local dining options are available here. Ingonish Beach boasts both freshwater and salt water swimming the whole family will enjoy. This is also a great place for fishing excursions from June through October. About a 40 minute drive from Cabot Shores.
Baddeck – Baddeck is home to the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, quaint gift shops, delicious cafes, and local dining options. All amenities are also available here.