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768 Sq. Ft. Ocean Cottage in Cape Breton Island


I’m excited to show you this 768 sq. ft. ocean cottage in Cape Breton Island.

The cottage’s name is Eagle Pass and it’s on a beautiful 7-acre property that’s five minutes away from Cabot Trail.

There are lots of great things about this little cottage but one of the best is it’s location and stunning ocean views where you can watch boats, eagles, moose, bobcats, foxes, whales, and more!

Once you go inside the cottage you’ll find a wonderful living area, kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

768 Sq. Ft. Ocean Cottage in Cape Breton Island

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Learn more: http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p277105

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  • Avatar Sally

    Color me gone. The view is wonderful, and the ceiling makes the room look huge. The iron bed is straight from Grandma’s place. Lovely!

  • Avatar Jo

    I had a little difficulty even after visiting their website as to the location of this particular tiny getaway but believe it is not in the U.S. It looks beautiful.

    • Avatar Ahpun

      Hi Jo,
      You are correct that it is not in the US.
      Cape Breton is an Island accessible via the Canso Causeway in North Eastern Nova Scotia Canada. The Cabot Trail that is mentioned on the website is a scenic drive around the perimeter of the Island and home to many beautiful sites. There is an annual festival of sorts referred to as the Gathering of the Clans featuring Scottish Highland Games. Also worth checking out are the Alexander Graham Bell museum, The Inverary Inn in Baddek, Fort Louisbourg at the tip of the Island and too many more to mention. Plan on staying as many days as you can because it will take at several days to drink in all that Cape Beton has to offer. The entire island is just as beautiful as this cottage is. My brother lived there so I had an opportunity to enjoy some extended time touring the area.

  • Avatar ~ Lesa

    Definitely my cup of tea…

  • Avatar vee

    Still another winner in a beautiful location! Reminds me of my
    family’s cabin when I was a child — EXCEPT — much, MUCH
    nicer in every way — especially the water views. Thought the
    dining room table with natural tree stumps (if I got that right)
    was very neat.

  • I love these tiny homes.. I live in Florida on the West Coast not on the water..not far.. I just before I got too old I would love to have one of these.. If I could find someone to buy my place.. As I live walking distance to all the amenities. And the River and Gulf.. Near hunting grounds too.. Hopefully someday..

  • Avatar Angela

    This is exactly the type of house I want to build, because the size is perfect for our family, and it’s adorable. But I’m afraid we won’t be able to locate near such a stunning view any time soon. A girl can dream, though. This is perfection.

  • Avatar Maureen

    Very nice!!!

  • Do you have the layout drawing

  • Avatar Sheri

    Is this a full time residence? I’d love to see it in the winter too!

  • Avatar Dean

    Absolutely gorgeous.
    I love those slat board walls. Gives the whole thing a very “beach house” look, to me.
    I just hope the non-insulated look is just that…a look. Wouldn’t want to weather any winter without at least some insulation in the walls.
    Beautiful home, beautiful locale.

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