The Bay of Fundy Guesthouse is a large older home in the quaint seaside village of Westport, on Brier Island. Famous for whale watching, the island is also known for its Bay of Fundy tides and for its rich ecological treasures, from rare plants and protected species of marine life, to beautiful, natural scenery and shorelines. The house features a fully equipped kitchen (you only need to bring the groceries), dining room, living room, four piece bath and four bedrooms- one queen, one double, one twin and one with two twin beds. There is an outside deck with patio furniture and BBQ. The guesthouse is within walking distance of amenities such as a general store, gift shops, cafe, restaurant, ferry, whale watching tours, library, churches, fish plant and post office. Whale watching tours can be arranged at a discounted rate for guests at the property.
Brior island is the whale watching capital of Nova Scotia! We have packages for a day of whale watching, 1 night of accommodation and a continental breakfast for $175.
One queen bed, one double bed, one twin bed plus fourth bedroom with two twin beds available on request. Sofa in living room.
View of harbour from deck. Short walk to the waterfront. Local attractions include whale watching, bird watching, hiking trails, bicycling, lighthouses, seal colony, rock hounding, gift shops, scenic village of Westport, seascapes and landscapes for photography and painting, boyhood hometown of Capt. Joshua Slocum, the first person to sail around the world alone.+ More