Nova Scotia, located in eastern Canada, is a place for nature lovers. Nova Scotia has wonderful scenery and a very pleasant climate. From Yarmouth to Windsor the tides of the Bay of Fundy rise until they reach 55 feet. Harbourville lies on the fundy coast as a delightful fishing village next to orchards of the Annapolis Valley. The power of nature is evident with its world famous Tides and ever changing landscape of rocky shores, fertile farmlands, salt marshes and broad beaches.
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Annapolis Royal - With its thriving art community and world class attractions, streets brimming with heritage, a wonderful waterfront, shopping area and selection of restaurants, Annapolis Royal is an excellent place to spend the day.
Berwick - Known as the "Apple Capital of Nova Scotia", combines small town friendliness with the bustle of a busy commercial centre. The Apple Capital Museum displays the history of the apple industry. The Town's beautiful parks, Rainforth and Centennial, are great spots for families or sports-lovers.
Look-off - One of Evangeline Trail's most popular attractions. Situated 200m (600 ft) above the floor of the valley, the Look-off provides a panoramic view of the valley's rolling farmlands, orchards and woods to the majestic store of the Minas Basin.
Cape Blomidon - Blomidon Provincial Park, which is renowned for its spectacular scenery and for the hiking trails that lead along the towering seacliffs of Cape Blomidon, offering unforgettable views of the Minas Basin. The ebb and flow of the World-famous Highest Tides mover over fourteen billion tons of seawater twice daily. The trail also lead to beaches where rock-hounds hunt for agates and amethysts.
Oaklawn Zoo - This modern zoological park features hundreds of exotic and domestic animals, including jaguars, tigers, zebras, llamas, a pride of lions, and comical and noisy troupes of monkeys. There is also a petting zoo that is a favourite with the younger set.
Our log homes offer outstanding quality and design with a natural ambience, beautiful room concept and a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. The living space is 125 sq. meter/1345 sq. ft. On the main floor, we have the kitchen and the eating area, two bedrooms and the bathroom. Upstairs there is the living room, an oasis of peace with a beautiful view of the Bay.
The bed size is european 1m x 1.40m
We also have an aitbed in each of the loghomes.
Pets - Please inquire
Log homes are completely furnished including: TV, cooking utensils, fridge, stove, sun deck, electricity, wood stove, and 2 bedrooms.
Our log home means vacation all year round. Relax, rejunvenate, re-energize and spend time with us. Your log home is only a short walk to the Bay of Fundy. You can plan many wonderful day trips from our central location.
Spend a day swimming at Alyesford Lake and Lake George
Whale Watching is just 1 hour away
Take a ride with out bikes through the beautiful valley.
Lunenburg - The Town of Lunenburg offers visitors many architectural delights. Houses, businesses, churches and public buildings from the late 1700s and particularly early 1800s are still being used today. The Town's German heritage has been maintained and promoted and the history of the fishing industry has been captured in the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. In 1992, the Government of Canada designated "Old Town" Lunenburg as a National Historic District. In 1995, the World Heritage Committee, under the auspices of UNESCO, recognized Lunenburg's cultural and natural heritage by adding it to their World Heritage List.
Kejimkujik National Park - Kejimkujik, the only inland national park of Canada in the Maritimes, features abundant lakes and rivers ideal for canoeing. The lush woodlands and gently rolling landscapes are home to a variety of wildlife. Visitors will find historic canoe routes, portages and many beautiful hiking trails in the park.
Wolfville - The Town of Wolfville welcomes you to the picturesque Annapolis Valley. Originally know as Mud Creek, it got its name in 1830 when two granddaughters of Judge Elisha DeWolfe convinced their postmaster uncle that a more suitable name was needed. The villagers chose the name Wolfville for their town. Today beautiful elm trees, manicured lawns and grand century old homes guide visitors down Wolfville's Main Street. Visit our tourist bureau located in Willow Park on Main Street for a complete guide of what to see and do in the area.+ More