Places to stay in Nova Scotia
You will find hundreds of things to see and do, places to stay, festivals, events, and attractions for you to experience throughout the province. Nova Scotia and the maritimes are a wonderful combination of beautiful scenery, lively festivals, small-town charm, fascinating history, and friendly and down-to-earth people. Drive through New Brunswick or come by Ferry through St. John. Take the CAT from Bar Harbor, Maine or the Confederation Bridge from PEI.
Nova Scotia is a great place to visit. Tour our coastal highways. Discover our parks, museums and wilderness areas. Sample our unique food, music, crafts and folkways. Relax and unwind in a place that puts a premium on community pride and family life.
We have been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years and Nova Scotia has been a vacation destination for more than a century. And we've earned a reputation for genuine friendliness and warm hospitality. Experience history and unwind in a heritage bed and breakfast or inn. Play a round of golf. Get romantic. Come discover your Nova Scotia in Atlantic Canada.
- Cape Breton Hotels and more
- Travelling from the USA, try Stay Maine
- Visit Select Inns for premier Nova Scotia and maritime accommodations.
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Listed in Bras d'Or
For sheer untamed beauty, Cape Breton Island is without rival. Standing at one of the many roadside lookoffs, visitors see what life is all about. The vast landscapes take your breath away. Spend a day whale watching, or enjoy the exploration of the quiet coves and sand-swept beaches. The vast and .....
Listed in Westport
Travelers, birders and whale watching enthusiasts can enjoy a Mariner Cruise, explore Brier Island and return to quiet Nova Scotia accommodation, a comfortable room in a century old home overlooking Westport Harbour. The large, two-story Victorian house complete with car garage, large living .....
Listed in Annapolis Royal
Recognized as a registered Nova Scotia heritage property, this beautiful 1881 Victorian was home to Sea Captain, Ship Builder, and Merchant, Captain Joseph Hall. Captain Hall’s family ties to Annapolis Royal and Granville, Nova Scotia date back to sometime after 1760 when his great, great .....
Listed in Pomquet
Welcome to the Piping Plover Bed & Breakfast in the Acadian Village of Pomquet. Surrounded by forest, you'll enjoy the peaceful setting. Our rooms are large, each with their own private bath. A generous breakfast is served at our guests convenience. There is a lounge for the guests to enjoy and .....
Listed in Arichat
Arichat had a world standing as a port, as well as an educational and religious center. The Catholic Church in Arichat is older than Canada itself! West Arichat originally called Acadiaville, was founded in 1863. It contributed to the seafaring history of the island through its shipbuilding, .....
Listed in Yarmouth
This unique Italianate home was a wedding gift built in 1874 by the wealthy shipowner Captain John W. Lovitt for his daughter Mary Ellen and her husband George Guest. It is a charming and beautifully restored registered heritage property, tastefully decorated with period-style furnishings and many .....