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Field Stone Garden Guest Home

45810 Cabot Trail


Field Stone Garden Guest Home is located on
our 70-acre property in Indian Brook on the world-famous Cabot Trail, Cape
Breton Island. This 2-story cottage is attached to the owner’s home and has a
private screened-in porch entrance. There is a large bedroom upstairs with a queen-size bed, a
DVD player, a work table, games and views of the gardens. Downstairs is a kitchen, dining/sitting room area, sofa bed (double) and 3-piece bathroom with a shower.
Outside we have gardens, a barbecue, and the occasional moose wandering through
the property.


We are adjacent to the highlands wilderness
area, and the property is ideal for hiking, listening to bird song, stargazing,
backcountry skiing, and snowshoeing. A 10-minute walk takes you to a cobbled
beach on St. Ann’s Bay.


Within 50 kilometres of our property you
will reach the entrance to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Ingonish,
the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s, and the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in
Baddeck, as well as sailing tours, on-shore ocean fishing, bird- & whale-watching
tours, kayak tours, archery lessons, two of Cape Breton’s “Fab Five” golf
courses, and more.


We are on site and happy to help you get
the most out of your visit to our island.

We accept payment by Visa, Mastercard, and e-transfer.


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