The Kings County region of the Annapolis Valley is exquisitely rich in history, culture, and natural beauty.

There is always something to see, do, and enjoy any time of the year, whether you love Nature or just want to partake in the rich and unique local culture of this fabulous Atlantic province.

Local Attractions
Visit the tiny and scenic Hall's Harbour on the Bay of Fundy and watch the worlds highest tide changes while feasting on fresh lobster at the jetty side restaurant. Stroll the red sand beaches of Blomidon (at low tide!) or enjoy the many other hiking trails in the Annapolis valley. For the energetic, hike the 8km to the breath-taking scenery at Cape Split.

The nearby town of Wolfville, just a few minutes' drive away, has a variety of pubs, restaurants, shops, museums, art galleries, the Al Whittle Theatre and the renowned Acadia University. The vibrant and busy Farmers market is open on Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings.


Our B&B adjoins the Domaine de Grand Pré Winery and many of our guests stroll through the vineyards for dinner at the Le Caveau, their renowned fine dining restaurant.

Enjoy a tasting of the Grand Pre wines in their well equipped shop, during the summer, cellar tours are offered daily.

UNESCO World Heritage Site

In 2012, UNESCO declared 1300 hectares of the Grand Pré dykelands and surrounding area a World Heritage Site, in acknowledgement of the importance of the history of the Acadian Settlers.

The viewpoint designated to view the cultural landscape of Grand Pré is a few minutes walk from our B&B and the Acadian Interpretive Centre is a five minute drive.

Wineries

There are currently eight wineries within a 20-minute drive, some with restaurants (four of them only 5 – 10 minutes away!).

For tasty cheeses and other savoury delights while exploring the Wineries, visit the Fox Hill Cheese House in Port Williams.


2013 Update - Tim Speed

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