Auburn is a community in Nova Scotia, located in Kings County, situated west of Aylesford. The second oldest Anglican church in Nova Scotia is situated there, consecrated in 1790 by Bishop Inglis. Modelled on Christopher Wren's London church designs, St. Marys Anglican Church is known as "The Little Wren Church". Complete with a Palladian window over the chancel, it most closely resembles St James's Church, Piccadilly.
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Kingston, NS | (902) 765-4605

The Garden View Suite is the perfect choice for two or more people seeking accommodations together. The Suite includes a...

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Aylesford, NS | (902) 847-9316

With 150 sites for trailers, full hook-ups, wooded and lakeside tentsites, two swimming pools, a playground, lakes and boats,...

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Kingston, NS | (902) 765-3306

We are a pet friendly, smoke-free environment. Our rooms offer pillow top comfort with either one king or two queen beds, all the...

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Kingston, NS | (902) 765-6730

Whether you're unwinding in the hot tub at the post-and-beam farm cottage in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, or falling asleep to...

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Kingston, NS | (902) 765-2830

For 15 years the Jellystone Park campground in Kingston, Nova Scotia has been the prime destination for family camping. This multi...

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Morristown, NS | (902) 847-3747

Free WiFi!! Flush Toilets and Hot Showers Fire pits, picnic tables, washer toss games available Pet friendly

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