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MidTrail Motel


23475 Cabot Trail

902-224-2529

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Overview

20 motel units (Q,2D), 4-pc bath, A/C, SaTV, private deck. 30 acres with panoramic view overlooking quaint harbour; ocean frontage, picnic tables. Licensed restaurant with nautical and musical antiques, patio; reservations recommended. Ocean swimming, private beach, nature walks; whale, moose, northern gannet & bald eagle watching. Well-behaved pets welcome.

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