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Places to Eat

Experience the flavours of the Eastern Shore at our fine restaurants and eating establishments.

The Henley House Restaurant & Pub

offering delightful bites and fun-filled nights to locals and travellers alike.

Slippery Oyster Restaurant

Fresh local seafood, diner-style favourites and pub classics.

The Marmalade Cafe & Coffee Bar

Committed to sourcing the freshest ingredients and serving healthy, made to order meals.

Margherita Pie
Spry Bay Cafe & Pizza

A carefully crafted menu to meet the needs of guests young and old.

Things to Do

Explore the rugged beauty of the area through all the vibrant outdoor activities. 

Sober Island Boat Tours

Hop aboard! Tour the 100 Wild Islands on a real working lobster boat.

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Sheet Harbour Marina

Currently under construction, this waterfront redevelopment is an exciting new addition to Sheet Harbour.

Taylor Head Provincial Park & Bull Beach

Committed to sourcing the freshest ingredients and serving healthy, made to order meals.

Sober Island Brewing Company & Taproom

Straight from Nova Scotia's rugged ol' Eastern Shore.

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MacPhee House Museum

Visit the museum and learn about the rich heritage and culture of the area.

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Sober Island Oyster Farm & Boat Tour

Thanks to the unique coastline, Sober Island Oysters are the world’s only green tinged oysters.  Call it nature’s branding.

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Coastal Adventures Kayaking

The sea kayaking gateway to the 100 Wild Islands.

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Norse Cove Kayaking

Offering you a variety of activities with all the necessities for a perfect day out on the water.

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Murphy's Wild Islands Scenic Boat Tours

A 1.5 hour tour, you will travel approximately 5 km around the coastal islands

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Moser River Gold Mines Museum

Chronicles gold mining in the area and tells the story of the famous mine disaster and rescue of 1936

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