14 Corbetts Cove Rd
St. Peter's . Nova Scotia

Tel: 902.240.8692
Geo: 45° 39' 03.30" N, 60° 50' 35.49" W
Email: portrestcottage@gmail.com

 

 

     
 
 

        

 


Welcome to the Port Rest Cottage located in picturesque St. Peter’s, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. 
 
 

The  village  of St. Peters sits  at  the  gateway  between the  Atlantic  Ocean  and  the Bras D’Or Lake,  and  as  such plays  host  to  yachts-people, tourists,  and  celebrities  from around  the  world. The  two bodies  of  water  are  linked  via the St. Peter’s Canal (a national historic  site)  built  between 1854  and  1869  that  runs  800m alongside  The  Battery  Provincial Park.  The  Park  offers  a  variety of  trails  ending  in  spectacular views of the town as well as the Ocean.  St.  Peter’s  is  among  the oldest  European  settlements  in North America.

The  village  recently  underwent a  $1.3  million  face-lift  project and  is  home  to  a  variety  of restaurant  consisting  of  fine local  cuisine,  pub  fare,  chip wagons,  and  even  a  Tim Horton’s.

 


St. Peters sits at the gateway to the Bras D’Or Lake and is at the beginning of Route 4, part of the scenic route to Sydney. This is undergoing major investment in a resurfacing and rebuilding program. As a strong fishing
community, St Peter’s is home to holiday fishing trips being offered at certain times of the year. There are a number of both ATV and snow-mobile trails the area, with a good range of hunting options being available throughout the year.

The town has all the services and amenities expected of a thriving hub, all within approximately 2km from the cottage. Larger retail stores (Wal-Mart, Atlantic SuperStore, Canadian Tire, etc.) can be found in Port Hawkesbury, a 25 minute drive from the cottage.
 

 

 
 

                

14 Corbetts Cove Rd . St. Peter's . Nova Scotia . Tel: 902.240.8692
Geo: 45° 39' 03.30" N, 60° 50' 35.49" W . Email: portrestcottage@gmail.com

     
 


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