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Places to stay in Nova Scotia

Halifax: Halifax is the commercial centre of Atlantic Canada. It is a safe, clean municipality home to charming seaside communities, sparkling coves and miles of rugged Atlantic shoreline. The municipality encompasses the former cities of Halifax and Dartmouth, the Town of Bedford and the County of Halifax - an area larger than Prince Edward Island, and home to forty percent of the province's population. Halifax offers excellent cuisine, live theatre, a professional symphony, numerous art galleries, museums, and the excitement of city living, the charms of small-town life and the pristine beauty of nature all in one place.

Lunenburg: Lunenburg is a town in Nova Scotia, registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was the winner of the Prettiest Painted Places in Canada. A view from Lunenburg's beautiful waterfront today will take in many established marine industries. A diversified economy based on the fisheries, tourism and manufacturing has become firmly entrenched in Lunenburg. Enjoy historic architecture, working waterfront, walking tours, seafood and local specialties, +180 shops and services, fine art, golf courses, festivals, Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, Knaut Rhuland House Museum and Capt. Angus J

Baddeck: Baddeck is a village in Victoria County, Nova Scotia. It is the county's shire town and is situated on the northern shore of Bras d'Or Lake on Cape Breton Island.

Dartmouth: Dartmouth is a former city that is now part of the Halifax Municipality. Being a very old city Dartmouth is chalk-full of history and charm. Called the 'City of Lakes', Dartmouth also boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in Nova Scotia, a Canadian province well-known for it's beauty.

Digby: Digby is the perfect place to "hang your hat" while you see all that Western Nova Scotia has to offer. Close to historic sites, parks, golf courses, hiking, birding and whale watching, come and discover why Digby has been called, and still remains, "The best kept secret in Nova Scotia. " Digby's downtown scenery becomes romantically unique as it is bounded by the sea on one side with a mountainous range as the backdrop to Digby's Scallop Fleet. The town's well established business section on Water Street overlooks the Annapolis Basi

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Todays featured Kingston, Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Creekside Bed & Breakfast


Todays featured Baddeck, Nova Scotia Vacation Rental / Condo:

The Village Manse


Todays featured Troy, Nova Scotia Cottage / Cabin:

Troy Lodge Cottages

Troy Lodge Cottages compromises of a total of nine summer tourist fully equipped housekeeping cottages (three doubles and six singles), and a Lodge which functions as an administration office to receive and register quests. Thus a total of ten separate buildings are dispersed over a ten acre property. 4 Single Cottages ~~ 1 Queen bed 85.00 2 Single Cottages ~~ 2 Doubles same room 100.00 3 2 .....


Todays featured Newburne, Nova Scotia Campsite / RV Park:

Lahave River Campground

Lahave River Campground is centrally located in the beautiful South Shore of Nova Scotia, near Lunenburg, Mahone Bay and Bridgewater. A short drive to the scenic Annapolis Valley as well. Luc & Angela (along with the friendly campers), invite you to come camp with us in Newburne this summer! We offer you fun camping at our secluded 16 acre riverside campground. Located in Newburne on the north .....


Todays featured Old Barns, Nova Scotia Cottage / Cabin:

Irwin Lake Chalets

Our chalets are in Old Barns, Colchester County, just 3 km south of highway 236, on a portion of Lot 18 as shown on the Truro township plan dated August 12, 1788. The properties in the vicinities of Irwin Lake have provided a valuable timber resource for more than 200 years and still do today. Settlement around Irwin Lake eluded the New England Planters of the 1760s as well as the Acadians a .....


Todays featured Liscomb Mills, Nova Scotia Lodge:

Liscombe Lodge Resort & Conference Centre

Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Centre is any nature lover’s dream destination. Experience Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore, in all of its natural beauty. One of the most family friendly resorts in Nova Scotia, where you'll make memories to last a lifetime.


Todays featured Lower South River, Nova Scotia Campsite / RV Park:

Oasis Campground

The newly renovated Oasis Motel achieved a 3.5 star rating, thanks to amenities like; new flat screen TV’s, new satellite systems and new heat pump/air conditioners in all 13 rooms and one of our cottages. A free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free long distance calls(ask front desk) and a free outdoor swimming pool(seasonal) are value added extras.


Todays featured Lydgate, Nova Scotia Cottage / Cabin:

Lockeport Cottages & Campgrounds

Surrounded by our beautiful lake and forest. RV sites with or without hookup and tent sites. Most overlook the enchanting lake. Heated pool, showers and washrooms.


Todays featured Chéticamp, Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Têt à Poule B&b


Todays featured East Chester, Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Gray Gables Bed & Breakfast

Nestled on a hill overlooking the majestic Mahone Bay. Rated 4.5 stars by Canada Select, our Bed & Breakfast is a modern, spacious Cape Cod with a beautiful ocean view over looking Graves Island Provincial Park. Situated on a private tree lined yard, Gray Gables B & B is only 3 Km from the seaside village of Chester. Chester Golf Course is right around the corner if golf is your pleasure or .....


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