Maitland

Maitland is a village in the East Hants, Nova Scotia municipal district, and home to the historic Lawrence House Museum, part of the Nova Scotia Museum. The community was part of the Douglas Township until it was named Maitland after Governor General of Nova Scotia Peregrine Maitland, when building the Shubenacadie Canal was first attempted . The Canal was supposed to start at Maitland, Nova Scotia and run through the province to Maitland Street, Dartmouth, the canal being "bookended" by two "Maitland" landmarks.
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Maitland, NS | (902) 261-2583

Situated on 13 acres of natural walking trails and wetlands, the property is a destination in and of itself. The 19th century...

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Maitland, NS | (902) 261-2001
www.cresthavenbythesea.com

Cresthaven, a country inn providing bed and breakfast accommodations and lodging, lies on the shores of Maitland, one of Nova...

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Maitland, NS | (902) 261-2289

The Captain Douglas House Inn and Restaurant is located in the picturesque village of Maitland, Nova Scotia. This comfortable inn...

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Maitland, NS | (902) 261-2844

Foley House Inn sits at the heart of Nova Scotia's first Heritage Conservation District and just 5 minutes from the historic...

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