Queen sz bed built by local Ironart (Gordon Kennedy) and Luthier (Otis Tomas). - 1/13
Double bed out of maple constructed by local furniture maker, Larry Midol - 2/13
Well equipped country kitchen. - 3/13
Kitchen looking towards livingroom. - 4/13
View to the Northeast in front of the house. - 7/13
View from kitchen table looking out to the west. - 8/13
View from the back of the house toward the street (Cabot Trail). - 9/13
Tarbotvale Rd along the Barachois River which is a beautiful stroll in the evening or early morning. - 10/13
Tarbotvale Rd mid October. - 11/13
Bird Islands in Atlantic Ocean from end of Red Island Trail which is 5 min. from house. - 12/13
Cabot Trail midwinter 2016 - 13/13
$125 - $150 / night
The Little Tarbotvale House is located in Tarbotvale on the Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. It is near the road but tucked in so that it remains private. It is between Baddeck and Ingonish where there is golfing, boat tours, beaches, museums, restaurants and artisan shops/studios. It is a short drive to many hiking trails and the beautiful scenery this Island is renowned for.
The House is located between Ingonish (Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Ingonish Beach and Highland Links), and the Gaelic College of St Ann's Bay, and Baddeck (Alexander Graham Bell Museum, Bras d'Or Lakes, Bell Bay Links).
It is 5 minutes from IronArt and Leather Works artisans, and a few more minutes to pottery, glass artisans (glass blowing) , and many other artisans around the Cabot Trail.
It is 15 minutes away from The Lobster Galley restaurant, Clucking Hen Café, and Moe's fish and chips; 5 minutes to Simply pizza; and many more places as you go farther north or south.
You can go on hikes without taking your car, or starting 5 minutes away by car is the Red Island Trail which takes you to the ocean. 10 minutes away is the North River Falls hike which takes you to the highest waterfalls in Nova Scotia. There are endless hikes on Cape Breton Island in the National Park and outside of the Park.
North River Kayak is 10 minutes away, Puffin Boat Tours in Englishtown is 10 minutes away. There are sail tours in Baddeck and whale watching from Ingonish to Cheticamp.
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AMENITIES AND EQUIPMENT
2 bedrooms :
- 1 double bed
- 1 Queen bed
Telephone (Free calls Canada/USA)
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Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Note: The house is located in Tarbotvale, 45 km from Baddeck via exit 11. It is in the St Anns Bay area.
47379 is the civic (house) number on the mailbox out front.
Also located 50km from Cape Breton Highlands National Park at Ingonish (Anniversary year with no fees to use parks across Canada)
Centrally located on the island.
Last update: April 24, 2017
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I charge 3% if you are paying me with a credit card.
|This is a very nice little house in Cape Breton. Very clean, full of local art and Marcelle is a very nice host. She has this lovely book that explains the history of the house and how she came upon owning it, along with which artist made what piece of furniture, pottery, paintings and pictures in the house.|
There are no neighbours and even if it's close to the route, it's very quiet and peaceful there. We slept very well.
It's well equipped with everything you will need.
Stayed: September 2016 Submitted: Sep 30, 2016
$125 - $150 / night
$225 / weekend
$800 - $950 / week
$3000 - $3600 / month
Member since September 2016
Speaks: French, English