We propose a novel platform for quantum metrology based on qubit states of two Bose-Einstein condensate solitons, optically manipulated, trapped in a double-well potential, and coupled through nonlinear Josephson effect. We describe steady-state solutions in different scenarios and perform a phase space analysis in the terms of population imbalance - phase difference variables to demonstrate macroscopic quantum self-trapping regimes. Schrödinger-cat states, maximally path-entangled (N00N) states, and macroscopic soliton qubits are predicted and exploited to distinguish the obtained macroscopic states in the framework of binary (non-orthogonal) state discrimination problem. For arbitrary phase estimation in the framework of linear quantum metrology approach, these macroscopic soliton states are revealed to have a scaling up to the Heisenberg limit (HL). The examples illustrate the HL estimation of angular frequency between the ground and first excited macroscopic states of the condensate, which opens new perspectives for current frequency standard technologies.