Windsor is a small town located in Hants County, Mainland Nova Scotia at the junction of the Avon and Saint Croix Rivers. The region encompassing present day Windsor was originally part of Pisiguit, a Mi'kmaq term meaning "Junction of Waters". This name referred to the confluence of the Avon and Saint Croix rivers, which flow into the Minas Basin. When the Acadians lived in the area, the town was raided by the New Englanders 1704. The area played a significant role in the Expulsion of the Acadians during the Bay of Fundy Campaign . The town has a claim to being the birth place of hockey and also was the home of Canada's first internationally best-selling author Thomas Chandler Haliburton.
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Windsor, NS | (902) 792-2573

All rooms at The Clockmakers Inn are special and unique. Guest Rooms and Suites are located on the second and third floors....

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Windsor, NS | (902) 798-8374

Well known and prosperous, the Downeast Motel is open year round serving both a business and tourism clientele. Situated on 2.07...

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Windsor, NS | (902) 701-9898

Located in the heart of Nova Scotia at the eastern gate to the famous Annapolis Valley, Windsor features the benefits of rural...

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Windsor, NS | (902) 798-2514

Meander In Bed & Breakfast offers 4 bedrooms – 2 rooms share a 2 piece (toilet and sink) and a 4 piece (toilet, sink, claw foot...

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Windsor, NS | (902) 472-2436

Built circa 1873, the "Lion House" has undergone extensive renovations in order to offer the modern amenities of today while...

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