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Cheticamp Outfitters Inn


13938 Cabot Trail

902-224-2776

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Overview

Chéticamp Outfitters Inn is located just outside Chéticamp in Point Cross on Cape Breton Island.  

Our property has fantastic ocean, mountain and valley views from our deck with spectacular sunsets. Chéticamp is a busy fishing village on Cape Breton Island with a thriving Acadian culture. Experience the local Acadian music and festivals; restaurants featuring traditional and Acadian cuisine; museums and boutiques – just to name a few things you can discover in Chéticamp village. Visit Les Trois Pignons. Spend a day hiking the trails of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Go whale watching and explore the unique cliff formations and sea caves along the coast of our national park; three departures run daily from Chéticamp! We would be pleased to help you with your itinerary while staying with us.

We have 3 rooms (queen, double, or 2 double beds) with ensuite baths (3- and 4-piece) and one chalet with 4-pc bath; small fridge and microwave in 2 rooms; satellite television. No smoking in house – only permitted outside. No pets are permitted. We are an Acadian family offering a fully bilingual service. Our property has been mentioned in Fodor’s, Lonely Planet, and Moon.  

Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted.

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