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Baddeck is a bustling village on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia and is a scenic delight, owing to its location on the shores of the Bras d’Or Lakes - the great inland sea. This compact, picturesque haven is also famous for marking the start and end points of the beautiful Cabot Trail. If you are planning a getaway here, then consider traditional waterfront accommodation or a bed and breakfast to enjoy relaxing views and unmatched comfort.
Where to Eat in Baddeck
Enjoy mouth-watering delicacies prepared with locally-caught shellfish and fish at Baddeck Lobster Suppers. Another place that rustles up tasty fare with seafood and meat, as well as vegetarian delights, is the Bell-Buoy Restaurant & Supper House.
Over at the Silver Dart Lodge, you can savour a relaxed meal in a traditional lakeside estate. To experience wholesome dining and to gorge on tasty dishes cooked with locally-sourced produce, you should visit the Cable Room at the Telegraph House.
Tom’s Pizza is the ideal place for a laid-back meal of comfort food cooked to perfection. At the charming Herring Choker Deli, a delicious line-up of home-made chowders, soups, breads, and desserts await you.
Appreciate Local History and Culture
A visit to Baddeck wouldn’t be complete without stopping by at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. It is dedicated to the work of the great inventor and features interactive displays, memorabilia and models related to his work and research, including actual documents and artifacts.
To see what the first churches of the region looked like, go to Saint Peter’s and Saint John’s Anglican Church. It is one of four churches built by the first Inuit priest of Canada, Reverend Simon Gibbons, which still stands in its original glory.
The Wagmatcook Culture and Heritage Centre is a one-stop shop for numerous cultural experiences and craft demonstrations, with something new offered every week. The venue also hosts the annual First Nations Art and Culture Festival during October.
Outdoor Activities in Baddeck
Uisge Ban Falls, which means the white waterfalls in Gaelic, is a magical place to explore. The waterfall itself is reached by hiking along a four-km. long trail that goes through a hardwood forest, complete with beech, birch, and maple trees. The 50-ft. high waterfall is sure to leave you spellbound.
Sailing the tranquil waters of the Bras d’Or Lakes will let you appreciate the pristine shoreline of Baddeck, as well as the stately mansion of Alexander Graham Bell. Be sure to have your camera at the ready!
Going on a tour of the spectacular Cabot Trail will take you past unspoiled nature and offers breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and shimmering ocean. A section of the trail goes through the magnificent Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
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