Places to stay in Maitland, Nova Scotia
There are 5 accommodations listed in Maitland
Cresthaven By The Sea - Listed under Maitland Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.12km away.
Cresthaven, a country inn providing bed and breakfast accommodations and lodging, lies on the shores of Maitland, one of Nova Scotia's pristine treasures. Situated on the Bay of Fundy, Cresthaven provides one of the finest examples of Maitland's elegant historical homes that has brought the village to the forefront and made it Nova Scotia's first Heritage Conservation District. [ More details ]
Captain Douglas House Inn & Restaurant - Listed under Maitland Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.17km away.
The Captain Douglas House Inn and Restaurant is located in the picturesque village of Maitland, Nova Scotia. This comfortable inn and resturant is a heritage designated property built in 1860, by a sea captain named Captain William Douglas. Maitland was once the center of great ship building industry. There are still many fine historical homes here that have been restored over the years. Come and enjoy our great Nova Scotian hospitality, wonderful views and friendly people. Have a ..... [ More details ]
Foley House Inn - Listed under Maitland Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.02km away.
Foley House Inn sits at the heart of Nova Scotia's first Heritage Conservation District and just 5 minutes from the historic Maitland docks - a major centre of "Great Ship" building in North America during the 19th century. [ More details ]
Tidal Life Guesthouse - Listed under Maitland Guest Houses, located approximately 0.15km away.
Situated on 13 acres of natural walking trails and wetlands, the property is a destination in and of itself. The 19th century estate is the perfect gateway to the unfolding adventures that lay in the heart of this historic village to the shores of Fundy! [ More details ]
Listed under Maitland Campsites, located approximately 11.94km away.
We are a family campground situated on the banks of Nova Scotia’s largest river, the beautiful Shubenacadie. The Shubie experiences the the highest recorded tides in the world, and is famous for massive tidal bores. Bald Eagles nest along the river and sightings are very common. Our look off provides a spectacular view of both Eagles and the tidal bore. [ More details ]