Pugwash

Pugwash is a village in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. The village is famous for being the site of an international conference of scholars organized by Bertrand Russell in 1957 at the lodge on property owned by the Pugwash Park Commission located just north of the village.
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Pugwash, NS | (902) 243-2885

This heritage property located in the beautiful village of Pugwash Nova Scotia. Come picture yourself traveling our quiet...

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Pugwash, NS | (902) 243-3203
www.freewebs.com/eatonwebbguesthouse

We offer a three bedroom house for weekly or long weekend rentals. It sleeps up to 8 people. ...

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Pugwash, NS | (902) 243-2555

We are located at 9342 Route 6, Port Phillip, Nova Scotia, Canada ...

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