Built in 1830, the Bay of Fundy Inn has four rooms, (each room rented independently at the 85$ rate) two rooms have queen-size beds, one room has a double bed and one room has two twin beds (perfect for families with children). Each room can accommodate two people comfortably with each guest sharing one of two large bathrooms, a living room, a dining room and TV room. There are numerous pieces of antique furniture throughout the house and each bedroom is tastefully decorated. There is plenty of room for parking at the rear of the building. Rental includes contential breakfast - choice of bagels, toast, English muffins, cold cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt and coffee, tea or juice.
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 $175.
About Brier Island
Brier Island and the waters of the Bay of Fundy that surround it, are among the most important ecological regions in Eastern Canada. In the early spring and fall the island is an important stopover destination for migrating birds, and the often rare species that rest here attract birders from as far away as Europe and Asia. The protected bog habitat on the island is a source of rare plant species including Eastern Mountain Avens and several species of rare orchids. Hiking enthusiasts will love the trails that follow the rugged coastline and jagged cliffs, a spectacular reminder of the power of the Bay of Fundy tides, the highest tides in the world.
There are only about 200 people on Brier Island with most making their living from the sea. Perhaps the island's most famous resident was sailor Joshua Slocum, who became the first person to circumnavigate the world. A monument to Slocum and the boot shop where he worked as a child can be seen in Westport (the largest village on Brier Island).
Two rooms have queen-size beds, one room has a double bed and one room has two twin beds.
(Each room is rented independently at the 85$ rate)+ More