Wake up with a view of the ocean in a colorful village on the south shore of Nova Scotia.
The Fisherman's Daughter House was designated a historical property in 1989.
Built circa 1860 by blacksmith John Mader it was, from 1872, the house of local shipbuilder Henry Schnare.
Situated between 2 of the 3 historic churches that serve as Mahone Bay's distinctive streetscape it is perfectly situated to take advantage of all the South
Shore has to offer.
Start your day with a full, hot breakfast. Wake up to the aroma of whatever we fresh baked today and start your day right!
Stay in touch with the world...or not. The choice is yours. Netflix also available if you require "chill"
Enjoy the view of the bay from our adirondack chairs. A glass of something and you're all set
We believe that your room should be your private sanctuary. Once you check in no one will enter your room. Need towels, coffee pods or anything else? Just ask and we'll get that for you.
THINGS TO DO
Head into town and check out Mahones bays own local brewery!
View their Website
From Chester to Lunenburg there are dozens of beaches with walks, campfire pits, BBQs, and more!
Hop into town and go visit all the local shops, restaurants, and unique and colourful homes of Mahone Bay!
Oak Island is right down the road and with all its supposed treasure and mystery. They also have boat tours, campsites, and more.
Sail Boat Tours
View Mahone Bay from the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.
View their Website
The Local Tavern
Check out the local Tavern that has been around since the town was born and is right on the water across form the old sail lofts.
Cathy is a great host who makes great breakfasts and does everything she can to ensure your stay is perfect. We would go back in a heartbeat not only because of the accommodations but also to see more of Mahone Bay.