Situated in between two of the three Iconic churches of Mahone Bay, we promise you a stay to remember!
Join us for the Wooden Boat Festival, you may even meet a couple of pirates....Aye Matey...Shiver me timbers!
Catch some Rays on our deck....A great place to have a cool drink and catch up on some reading!
A little piece of Heaven tucked away in our back yard....Need some quiet time..this is a perfect spot!
The breathtaking view across the harbour is of three Iconic churches, highly photographed, and such a stunning view. St James' Anglican; St John's Evangelical Lutheran; and Trinity United. They have been an integral part of the area's skyline for over a century. For many residents, the churches are more than a place of worship, they're a signature view in the community.
From buttery yellow to amber orange and burgundy red, leaves are beginning to turn brilliant hues all across Mahone Bay, heralding the arrival of fall as a chill fills the air. To celebrate this seasonal change, slip away to the South Shore to take in the breathtaking views!
The magic of the south shore showcases many pristine sandy beaches, marshes, & ponds, which are home to many diverse species. Lighthouses, cultural landscapes, and wild bogs offer a glimpse of The South Shore's past and continuing ways of life. Swimming beaches, walking and biking trails beckon today's visitors.
The coastline of Nova Scotia's South Shore has more beaches to discover and enjoy than any other region in the province. From fully serviced, white sand beaches to un-serviced secluded beaches and beaches with surf perfect for riding to shallow warm water perfect for beach combing, you are sure to find something to make your trip extra special.