Parrsboro has a long and interesting history. The Ottawa House is one of the oldest structures in the province and was at one time the property of Sir Charles Tupper, a former Prime Minister of Canada. The mercantile trade of Parrsboro reached far and wide as did its ship building and shipping industry. It is a fact that around the turn of the century, Parrsboro was second only to Halifax in the number of sailings on the Eastern Canadian seaboard. Parrsboro is also the site from which the first air mail departed from Eastern Canada in October 1919.
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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-2585

We are located at the Bay of Fundy, where the world highest tides take place. The Inn is rated with 4.5 stars by Canada Select and...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-2529

Our campground offers 50 overnight sites, either unserviced or with electrical and water hook-up, as well as 27 seasonal sites. We...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-3135

We are sure you will find our eleven motel units quaint, comfortable and secure. Click on the Cottages link at the top to see more...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-3735

From the majestic highlands and seascapes of the Bay of Fundy to the soft, warming breezes and sun-washed beaches, you are never...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-3383

Four uniquely appointed guest rooms furnished with antiques and queen-sized beds graced with elegant patchwork quilts await your...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-3196

The Gillespie House Inn offers seven spacious, graciously appointed guest rooms, each with private bath. Antique furniture,...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-2773

Formerly we were called Hochwasser Bed & Breakfast, which was german for "high tide". You may also know it as the former "Knowlton...

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Parrsboro, NS | (902) 254-2388

Activities on site include lawn games, a children's play area and use of canoes. We are located 1 km East of downtown Parrsboro...

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