For help with your travel plans to Cape Breton Island, contact Destination Cape Breton at:1-888-562-9848 or email: dcb@dcba.ca
 


 Accommodations nearby to the Celtic Music Centre


Judique:

Dorothy's B&B - River Denys Mountain Rd.
1 bedroom with private bath. Breakfast included for $70/night.
Contact Dorothy MacDonald at 902-787-3458.

Dena MacKinnon's - Walkers Cove Road
2 bedrooms available. For information, please email Dena email Dena

Flo & Tony Campbell's - 3 minute walk from the Celtic Music Centre
** only for students of The Buddy MacMaster Fiddle Camp in October.
2 bedrooms available for rent at Flo & Tony Campbell's house. Two newly renovated bedrooms for rent with shared full bath. 1 bedroom with queen bed, 1 bedroom with double bed. Wifi available and hearty breakfast provided for $80 per night for single occupancy or $90 per night for double occupancy. Guests have use of the house, laundry facilities and able to provide suppers for an additional cost if interested. Email Flo for more information.

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Port Hood -
10 minutes North from Judique

Hillcrest Hall Country Inn
»» Other places to stay

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Troy - 10 minutes South from Judique

Chisholms of Troy Coastal Cottages
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Other places to stay

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Mabou - 20 mins North from Judique
Ceilidh Cottages and Campground
Duncreigan Country Inn
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Port Hawkesbury - 20 mins South from Judique
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 For more accommodations and general visitor information

Cape Breton Island
Nova Scotia

 

 

The Celtic Music Centre is located in Judique, along Route 19 (The Ceilidh Trail), on the West coast of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.

From Truro, Nova Scotia:

Follow the Trans Canada (Highway 104) to the Canso Causeway. Once across the Causeway and over the swing bridge, you will climb a short hill to a rotary. Look for signs for Route 19 and Inverness (the first left turn in the rotary). You will then be on the Ceilidh Trail (Rte.19) and reach Judique in about 20 minutes (17 miles/30 km). The Celtic Music Interpretive Centre is easy to find — it will be on your left, immediately following Wayne's Variety Convenience Store, across from St. Andrew's Church and next to the Judique Community Centre.

Parking is located at the Judique Community Centre right next door.
 

 

Celtic Shores Coastal Trails Map (PDF)