Today, I sat a wrote a lengthy blog that seemed to evolve into a sales pitch about why we are so much better than the many other wonderful experiences travelers can choose from globally. I deleted the whole thing immediately. I actually feel that we are all in this mad dash to deliver the “three [...]
I apologize that my pictures and info regarding 2013 have been more sporadic recently, we have been busy preparing for the season. From this next week onward, I promise to share more images and details in my blog. Every day I feel a tremendous weight of responsibility to work towards making this amazing property the [...]
It’s Saltscapes time! The 9th Annual Saltscapes Expo will be at Exhibition Park this weekend from Friday, April 26th until Sunday, April 28th. Stop by our booth in Halifax, Nova Scotia over the weekend for your chance to win our Pose, Post & Win Contest. You could win a two free night stay plus a [...]
It is with great sadness to hear of the passing of Ms. MacNeil. Her legacy will always be remembered by the Keltic Lodge and we will en devour to share with travelers from around the world her spirit through her music. Our collective thoughts and prayers are offered to Ms. MacNeil’s loved ones during this time of loss. Our [...]
Have you had the opportunity to visit the Membertou Heritage Park? Recently our Sales Manager, Vanessa Jones, was able to explore the Membertou community located on Cape Breton Island. While there, Vanessa learned about the culture, history and traditions that the Mi’kmaq of Membertou still maintain today. The Heritage Park consists of a five-acre site [...]
After I enjoyed a three hour snooze while putting my daughters, Bella and Abbie to bed last night, I decided to go for a walk around the Keltic Lodge. The paths here are well lit but what I found more illuminating was the stars. I know I have mentioned them before, but I have rarely [...]
The Keltic Lodge opened in 1940 after the province of Nova Scotia took over the land from the Corson Family. Henry Corson was a wealthy rubber mogul from Akron, Ohio. He and his wife Julie settled here because she had tuberculosis and her doctor ordered up some fresh Cape Breton air.
Did you know it was during the 1800â€™s that tourists came by sea, horseback and even on foot to enjoy the peacefulness and the beauty of the village of Ingonish, Nova Scotia.
Warm up this winter season while spending quality time with your special someone in the majestic Cape Breton Highlands.
Our Nova Scotia Resort overlooks the beautiful Cape Breton Highlands Links Golf Course. This Nova Scotia golf course is one of a kind and was constructed by the world-renowned designer Stanley Thompson.