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Baddeck Travel guide
Baddeck : Michelin's recommendations
Overlooking Baddeck Bay, this village claims a lovely site on the northern shore of Bras d’Or Lake, a vast body of saltwater within the centre of he island roughly 100km/62mi long and 50km/31mi wide. This immense inland sea cuts Cape Breton Island in two. It is fed in the north by the Atlantic via two channels, the Great Bras d’Or and the Little Bras d’Or and either side of Boularderie Island. The lake is surrounded almost entirely by high hills and low mountains. Bras d’Or Lake’s resemblance to a Scottish loch has attracted many settlers of Scottish origin to its shores.
Tourist attractions Baddeck : Things to see and do
Chebucto Street CDN - Baddeck B0E lB0
Bell's favourite shape, the tetrahedron, is used extensively in the design of this fascinating museum. Exhibits illustrate the genius of this remarkable man. A number of films and videos are shown during peak season. In 1885 Bell first visited Baddec..
368, Shore Road, PO BOX 190 CDN - Baddeck NS B0E 1B0
Situated on the shores of Bras d’Or Lake on Cape Breton Island, this resort offers a waterfront boardwalk and canoe and bicycle rentals. The rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi. A private beach, saltwater fishing, and boat tours are available at the ..
8282 Hwy 105 B0E1B0 CDN - Baddeck NS B0E1B0
This hotel is just off Highway 105 in Baddeck, Nova Scotia, and overlooks Bras D’or Lake. A complimentary continental breakfast is provided each morning. A cable TV is available in the rooms at Baddeck Inn. Some rooms include free Wi-Fi, and all off..