Retro Cape Breton Island Accommodation Perfect for Glamping in Nova ScotiaSouth Harbour, Nova Scotia (Canada)
Retro Cape Breton Island Accommodation Perfect for Glamping in Nova Scotia
This fantastic Cape Breton accommodation is perfect for up to three guests to enjoy a holiday of glamping in Nova Scotia. The retreat sits on the edge of Cape Breton Island overlooking the sea, mountains, and a mile-long beach. The hosts remind potential guests that this unique getaway is only for those who can handle the occasional storm and/or power outage, and who love birds, wildlife, the maritime culture, nifty design and, vintage Airstreams!
Guests will have the entire place to themselves and this consists of the 1964 Airstream and the cool cabin. The cabin comes with its own washroom, a kitchen, and a groovy outdoor shower while the sleeping arrangements are made up of two single beds and a comfy couch. There are several handy additions to ensure a great stay in Cape Breton including hot water, heating, an indoor fireplace, and free parking. Outside, guests have plenty of space to enjoy their stunning surroundings and the BBQ is great for some evening treats.
Guests should note that the rental is available in six-day chunks, beginning on Saturday and ending on Friday. The host is sorry but this is the only way it can work for the local caretaker.
- 2 Twin/Single beds
- 1 Sofa bed
- Private Barbecue
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
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Check-in: From 12:00 PM
Check out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No events
Open fires allowed
Minimum age to rent: 21
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
South Harbour, Nova Scotia (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
This is the ideal holiday destination for lovers of the outdoors. Some of the popular activities here include whale-watching in Bay St. Lawrence, kayaking, and hiking the trails in the nearby National Park. It’s also just a five-minute walk to an often-empty, miles-long sand beach with epic swimming.
The hosts recommend that guests hike the dozens of trails in Cape Breton Highlands National Park and visit the spectacular Meat Cove, perched on a cliff at the top of the island. Other attractions include crossing the mountains on the Cabot Trail and visiting Cheticamp, an Acadian town where both French and English are spoken and where guests can hear great fiddle music throughout the summer.