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Knotty Pine Cottages


39111 Cabot Trail

902-285-2058

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Overview

At Knotty Pine Cottages, nestled between two mountains, the view is magnificent. The cottages overlook Ingonish Bay and the ocean.

14 H cottages (S,D,Q; 1- & 2-bdrm; 1 light H; 4 with fireplace; 1 with whirlpool tub); 4-pc bath, SaTV, Wi-Fi; BBQ; deck overlooking harbour & ocean. Waterfront area with firepit, picnic spots. Fabulous view. Convenience store, play area. Great service.

There is a trail on our property, and we are close to hiking and cross-country skiing trails.

Electric car charging station on-site.

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