Swim, paddleboard, fish or boat off our large dock and share starlit evenings by the outdoor fireplace. Cottage has original wood floors and a classic beach-stone fireplace, open design maximizes the ocean views. Short walk to farmer's market, dining, shopping.
Oceanfront 2 storey cottage on Hubbards Cove! Relax & Enjoy swimming, paddle boarding, fishing or boating off our large dock and starlit evenings by the outdoor firepit. The main level has original wood floors and a classic beach-stone fireplace, it's open design maximizes the ocean views. Bright kitchen, living area, and sunny dining room plus a main floor full bath and third bedroom complete this floor. Upstairs are two bedrooms, powder room, and family room w/ wall of windows overlooking the cove. Short walk to farmer's market, dining, and shopping.
Full access to cottage and grounds
Other things to note
Things to see & do
*Fishing of our dock, rods are in the basement.
*Paddle Boarding, 2 in basement.
*Games in the downstairs closet
*Swimming off our dock
*Beaches, 30 minute walk or 5 minute drive
-Queensland Beach, Popular Provincial Park Beach
-Hubbards Beach, private, small entry fee. Is one of the most beautiful white sandy beaches on Nova Scotia's south shore.
*Freewheeling Adventures, bike and kayak rentals. (URL HIDDEN)
*The Barn hosts the seasonal Farmer's Market from May to October in Hubbards. It has a good selection of produce and crafts, and a great atmosphere.
*The Shore Club delivers top-notch live dance floor entertainment that has earned its reputation as “Nova Scotia’s Last Great Dance Hall. Every Saturday night in the summer.
-Shore Club Lobster Dinner
-The Trellis Cafe
-Tuna Blue Bar & Grill
*Local Town/Cites of interest
Chester- 21 km, 15 mins
Founded in 1759 by New England Planters, the village of Chester is noted for sailing, stately homes, magnificent gardens and a relaxed lifestyle where the scenic beauty will capture your heart. Also close choice for Restaurants & bars.
Mahone Bay 41 km, 29 mins
Settled in 1754 and founded on the shipbuilding and logging industries, the history of Mahone Bay is rich in tradition. Discover the story at the Settlers Museum and pick up a free historic walking tour pamphlet, then find your favourite spot along the historic harbourfront to capture one of the most photographed views in Canada: the Three Churches of Mahone Bay.
Peggy's Cove 47 km, 44 mins
Nova Scotia is home to over 160 historic lighthouses and these majestic beacons can be found throughout the province. Some of our lighthouses are world famous! Peggy's Point Lighthouse is one of Nova Scotia’s most well-known lighthouses and may be the most photographed in Canada. Located in the quaint fishing village of Peggy’s Cove along the South Shore, Peggy’s Point Lighthouse was built in 1915.
Lunenburg 54 km, 40 mins
Renowned for being the birthplace of the famous Bluenose and Bluenose II, the town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia has a long, proud seafaring history that continues to be reflected in its picturesque waterfront.
Halifax 51 km, 30 mins
For a city with more pubs and clubs per capita than almost any city in Canada, it’s fitting that our most famous brewmaster was also our mayor. Three times. Alexander Keith’s original 1820 brewery welcomes visitors with costumed guides, stories and, of course, good ale.
Walk across the street from Keith’s Brewery to the Halifax waterfront boardwalk that follows the water’s edge alongside the world’s second largest ice-free harbour. Stretching from the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 – the gateway into Canada for over one million immigrants – to Casino Nova Scotia, you’ll pass unique shops, restaurants, and in the warmer months, graceful tall ships. Hop aboard the ferry, North America's longest running saltwater ferry, in fact, and cross the harbour to the Dartmouth side which is filled with more locally-owned shops, galleries, cafés, restaurants, and pubs. A visit to Halifax is not complete without trying the fabled donair, the offical food of Halifax.
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