Built in the 1850s, this Heritage Home features the gentility and warmth of days gone by. The Captain's Quarters boasts a queen size bed, fireplace, and ensuite bath/sh. A scrumptious continental breakfast, sure to please even the most discriminating palates. Nova Scotia taxes are not included in the price and will be collected upon check-in.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Bruce and Lisa are on the premises and ready to help with check-in, directions for travel, booking dinner reservations, etc.
1) 2 night minimum on weekends from June 1st 2017 through October 1st 2017.
2) A 15% sales tax will be added to any of the room rates listed and will be payable upon check-in.
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We are a couple, with the profound understanding that travel is as much about where you are going, as it is about the people you encounter when you get there. This is our philosophy.
When you come to stay with us, we are here to ensure that your trip leaves you with memories that will last a lifetime. We are on the premises, and will be able to answer any questions you may have, and assist in any way we can.
Beyond the facade of The Fisherman's Daughters shake shingles, lies the gentility and warmth of days gone by. Built in the 1840's, this Sea Captain's House reflects the unique character of our Historically Designated Home. Tastefully decorated with hints of French country, and eclectic antiques. Take a step back in time and let your hosts spoil you with a most memorable, relaxing getaway... We look forward to pampering you with a peaceful night's sleep and a scrumptious continental breakfast.