Tee Time at Cabot Links

  • Emily Selter

Cabot Links is the latest golf course to open onCape Breton Island on the northern tip of Nova Scotia, Canada. Designed by Rod Whitman, the 18-hole course is positioned on rugged, oceanfront terrain. Its design incorporates sandy soil with a dramatic seascape and the undulating Nova Scotia landscape. Cape Breton has six golf clubs, and this newest addition has two dining locations, Panorama Restaurant and Cabot Bar. The Lodge at Cabot Links has 48 rooms, and rates start at $165 per night. (855.652.2268, www.cabotlinks.com)

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