Cajun Cedar Log Cottages

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: Cottage

Cajun Cedar Log Cottages

A home away from home. Cajun Cedar Log Cottages are situated on the beautiful Cabot Trail, known for its ocean vistas and unspoiled wilderness. We are situated on the Margaree River - a Canadian Heritage River. Its rich historical and cultural significance, serene beauty and accessibility are but a few of the features that make the Margaree enchanting and brings visitors back year after year.

Deluxe housekeeping cottages built from top quality Northern White Cedar Logs.

The all-wood interiors have cathedral ceilings for excellent air circulation and comfort.

Natural insulation from the 6 inch logs keep the cottages cool in the summer and warm ...Read more

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Mary L.

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Cajun Cedar Log Cottages
Margaree Forks, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Cajun Cedar Log Cottages are nestled in the heart of Margaree Forks, on the famous Cabot Trail. We are across the road from the Margaree River, walking distance from the McDaniel fishing pool. The river is also ideal for swimming. We are surrounded by 3 sandy beaches, only 8 minutes drive away with beautiful sunsets.
Margaree Forks is central to Inverness, Cheticamp, Mabou, Baddeck and Pleasant Bay, which makes it the ideal spot. Close to us are whale cruises, music festivals, ceilidhs, horseback riding, the National Park for hiking and scenic tours, the Bell Bay Museum, waterfalls, many golf courses, like the Bell Bay, Cabot Links, Le Portage and more.

We are 8 minutes away from Margaree Harbour warf, where you can get fresh lobster from May to the first week of July. Some of the fishermen offer various charters and boat rides, where you can see Margaree Island and the many seals that 'hang out'

There are also many fantastic restaurants in the area. There are cafés, fine dining, seafood restaurants, family restaurants, pubs and pizza places.

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City vacations, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront



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