Our home is close to River hills golf course, beautiful beaches, bike trails and local attraction . You’ll love the quiet setting with a great view of the Clyde river. The house is over 150 years old and hold most of it original features including wide plank floors through out and a stone house at the back. We cater to couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
Nice quiet and relaxing space to end your busy traveling day. Air conditioned for your comfort. Fluffy robes to wrap yourself in after a hot shower in our modern bathroom.
Guest have access to parking, laundry , bbq , kitchen , diningroom, living room, sitting area out side .
Interaction with guests
Host lives on the property. Always there to greet guests show them around and answer any questions they my have.
Other things to note
There is a $15 charge for any additional guest over 1. There is no charge for cleaning or use of any other ammenities.(kitchen, bbq ect) full hot breakfast is included.
No smoking in the house. You can enjoy the view while smoking outside. No pets.
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My husband and i decided to open our 200 year old historic home to travelers because we ourselves love to travel and meet new people. We have been all over Canada and have made some wonderful friends on the way. Our out of country trips have brought us to Mexico, Costa Rica and Cuba. As you can tell we love escaping from the cold winters of Canada to warmer destinations. We hope to travel to Italy in the next year to visit my sister. My husband is a chef so when we travel we really enjoy emerging ourselves in the culture (especially the food) of the country we are visiting. We like to make curry dishes, sushi, Philippine and I tried hagus and nips for the first time. I liked it. We hope to offer our guests a very homey atmosphere, where our guest can relax and enjoy the quiet beauty of the southwest shore of Nova Scotia. Daily beach trips to swim in the ocean or read a book while listening to the waves is among my favorite things about living here. I never get tired of sitting with my tea watching the sun rise over the Clyde River. We are so thankful we found this paradise and want to share it with others.