Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Boat To Sea B & B

A Boat To Sea B & B is located in beautiful North Sydney, Nova Scotia. Guests will see a breathtaking view of the harbour and gardens during their stay, along with the fabulous hospitality of the hosts who provide a comfortable, enjoyable visit. Large area of water front property; Fish/Swim/Sail/Kayak/Yachting/Boating use their 65′ wharf Outside […]

Cabot Shores

In Englishtown, Nova Scotia, you can explore on 55 acres at Cabot Shores with a variety of activities to complete, on your own or with the aid of local guides and experts. Whether you are paddling or hiking, whale watching or enjoying concert, taking scenic drives or finding great photo opportunities, this beautiful B & B has friendly […]

Train Station Inn

For a unique bed and breakfast experience, have a holiday in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia.  The Train Station was restored over 30 years ago with furnishings reflecting its railway past. The Station has three bedrooms, balcony, kitchenette, a parlor, sitting rooms and private baths! They do have pet friendly rooms in their hotel  but in the private railway cars only, not […]

The Harbourview Inn

Located in the tranquil country setting of Smith’s Cove on the Fundy Shore and Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia, you will discover the Harbourview Inn. They have a four star rating given by Canada Select and three diamonds by CAA/AAA. Guests will enjoy warm hospitality in a relaxed atmosphere with a great water view and beautiful […]

At The Turret Bed & Breakfast

Decades ago, in Nova Scotia, a famous local sea merchant built the Victorian home, known as At The Turret Bed & Breakfast,  at the beginning of the twentieth century. With TLC it has been maintained and updated, and is on the Annapolis Royal Registry  of Historic Homes. Overlooking Fort Anne and the adjacent cemetery, this B & B is within easy walking […]

West Dover Harbour View Cottages

West Dover Harbour View Cottages provides all the comforts of home while enjoying the fabulous views of the harbour from one of the decks or verandahs. They are surrounded by hiking trails and water (ocean and lake). Nestled in the heart of one of Nova Scotia’s most picturesque fishing villages, they also are a very […]