Auberge Doucet Inn Hotel

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Route 19, Cheticamp, B0E 1H0, Canada
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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  • Families72
  • Couples69
  • Solo0
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Travel Tips for Chéticamp

3 nights in Cheticamp

by Tricky_Dicky69

"The Town"

We stayed in Cheticamp for 3 nights while touring Nova Scotia for a couple of weeks. We found this to be a good base for exploring the northern side of Cape Breton Island. The town is small and very friendly and has only about 4000 inhabitants.

There are just enough restaurants to give visitors a bit of choice as well as numerous B & B's and Motels. We stayed at Laurie's Motor Inn which was fab. We were offered a rate on the luxury suite that we couldn't refuse so we stayed in style.

"The Area"

We found 3 nights to be about the right length of stay to give us just time to enjoy the surroundings before moving on. There are some nice beaches to the south of town while to the north is the Cabot Trail with it's famous scenic coast road which leads to The Cape Breton Highlands. We stopped at one point to watch a moose that had come down to a lake for a drink.

There is some fantastic scenery and great hiking, if that's your cup of tea. We went to the local co-op store and bought some rolls for lunch which we ate at a deserted picnic site right by the sea with great views along the coast.

"The Skyline Hiking Trail."

If you enjoy a walk don't miss this one as the views are amazing. The view at the end of the walk must be one of the most photographed places in Nova Scotia. The trail starts from the car park and goes through trees and bushes before opening out to give great views down along the coast. Take a picnic to sit and enjoy the view for a while. The walk is fairly flat and not too long - enjoy !

There is some useful info at www.cheticampns.com/

Cheticamp Nova Scotia

by Simonneeddy

"Great boardwalk"

WE travelled nere on a Senior's bus tour on a 7 day tour of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island.
We had dinner here before proceeding on our tour of THE CABOT TRAIL.

"Harbor view"

Simonne and Eddy on the boardwalk after diner.
We had to hurry as our bus had to leave before the parade of the "ACADIANS" passed on the main street where our bus was parked.
It was the celebration of their return to Nova Scotia after their expulsion by the British in 1755.

"Fisheries"

Fishing boats and the canning factory.

Chéticamp - Gateway to Cape Breton Highlands NP

by Redlats

Chéticamp is a town of approx. 4000 people with Acadian origins. As with most of Cape Breton, we found friendly people, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, lobster traps, fishing boats, a big Catholic church, etc. and here we also found home-crafted carpets on display and for purchase.

Chéticamp also has an interesting island (from which we took this photo), and a beach (of which there are not many on Cape Breton). At the end of the road is another working lighthouse on a bluff.

http://www.cheticampns.com is a useful website which lists up-to-date accommodations and restaurants plus provides a brief history of Chéticamp.

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