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Kayak Cape Breton & Cottages

5385 West Bay Highway


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Kayak Cape Breton & Cottages Is situated on 70 acres of beautiful private land just outside St. Peter’s on Cape Breton Island. Explore our freshwater ponds, or create a bigger adventure and explore the Bras d’Or Lake (a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve).

We have a large variety of stable sea, touring and fun kayaks for rent (singles and doubles), canoes, and SUPs (stand-up paddle boards) … along with the necessary safety equipment.

For visitors who wish to stay and explore the area, we have accommodations available as well. Choose from our boathouse loft, trailer, yurt, or geodesic camping dome.

Visa and MasterCard are accepted – online, over the phone, or in person.

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