Description of Glamping Units
When staying at this glamping property in Canada, glampers have the choice of different style yurts and the options are outlined below. The yurts are all of a Mongolian style and were built and painted by hand by Mongolian families. They are beautiful and interesting, and offer an incredible view of the property's brook-fed lake and the Atlantic Ocean beyond—a hot-spot for swimming moose and soaring eagles. The yurts feature one electrical outlet. Glampers can walk a few feet outside their yurt door and hop in a kayak, a canoe, or even onto a stand-up paddle board. They can also book their own private cedar soaking tub just another few feet away for an extra fee.
Blue Mongolian Yurt: This yurt is 12 feet in diameter. It sleeps two guests and is the perfect romantic rental for couples. It features lovely, rustic furniture to fit in with the Mongolian theme and a skylight.
The Red Mongolian Yurt: This is 19 feet in diameter and can accommodate up to four people, which makes it ideal for groups or families. It features a skylight, authentic Mongolian furniture, and for winter glampers, a source of heat to keep them cozy.
The Cedar Yurt: This is a more modern yurt with a dome skylight and a fresh cedar scent. It is spacious and bright at 20 feet in diameter, with a double and twin bed, as well as a love seat opposite a cozy wood stove. There is also a cedar soaking tub right outside the door that can be used for an extra fee. Available year-round, glampers can also enjoy their own picnic table and fire pit. This yurt can accommodate up to four people.
The Green Yurt: This is one of the oldest yurts on the property, meaning it has a very traditional feel. Secluded and private, this yurt is great for those seeking to be immersed in nature while still only being a couple minute walk from all the amenities offered. It has a double and a single bed, making it great for family vacations or nature retreat. Read More
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Internet connection
- Queen bed
This eco-friendly lodge offers a bistro with vegetarian and vegan options.
Guests can enjoy unwinding in the Japanese Cedar Ofuro soaking tubs for an extra fee. There is also an infrared sauna, outdoor fire pits, a wood-fired outdoor pizza oven, a meditation house, laundry service, high-speed internet in the lodge, as well as gardens, trails, and water sports on site.
There are two new bathrooms in the lodge equipped with everything glampers will need to enjoy their stay in luxury and comfort.
- BBQ grill
- Body treatment
- Brick oven
- Concierge service
- Deck or balcony
- Email/Fax service
- Fire pit
- Gym/Exercise room
- Laundry service
- Patio furniture
- Shared game room
- Shared kitchen
This site is pet-friendly.
Smoking is not allowed inside private accommodations.
Location + Surroundings
Located on Cape Breton Island, this glamping/wilderness property is a breathtaking escape far away from urban life. What makes this site so special are the wondrous views of mountain peaks, ocean waves, nearby waterfalls, rivers, and seashores waiting to be explored. Moose, eagles, beavers, and a diverse community of birds are home at this property. Located directly off of the famous Cabot Trail, which is considered one of the world's most scenic destinations, this glamping property is the perfect base to explore the Cape Breton National Park, visit local artisans, enjoy endless hiking and sightseeing adventures, go on wildlife tours, and hear traditional Cape Breton music. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 7 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a full refund.
- If the guest cancels within 7 days of check in: The guest will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay.
Guests can enjoy relaxing in the amazing soaking tubs on site for an extra fee of $40.
- Horseback riding
- Music festivals
- Whale watching
- Winter sports
There is always something to do on Cape Breton Island, and the hosts are happy to be the guide. Some examples of what glampers can enjoy while visiting are include hiking/walking/snowshoeing, private tours and guided expeditions, canoeing or kayaking, and stand-up paddle boards. There is often live entertainment to enjoy during the evening. Wildlife watching tours are very popular here, along with wellness treatments such as acupuncture, Qi Gong, guided meditation, and yoga retreats.