Nova Scotia Accommodations

Nova Scotia's maritime history and geography makes visiting this province a must. The Bay of Fundy region shows the power of the famous tides as well as the rich history of the area. Halifax is a city with a vibrant cultural life with deep historical ties, including stories of Titanic proportions. Nova Scotia accommodations are ready for your trip.

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Halifax Accommodations

Halifax is located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean on Nova Scotia's Eastern border. This city of almost 373,000 people is a major economic centre in Atlantic Canada.

Fundy Shores and Annapolis Valley Accommodations

Explore the Bay of Fundy area with its extreme tides as well as Annapolis Valley with the Port-Royal National Historic Site that helps understand the times of original colonization.

Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Accommodations

The Acadian shores contain French-speaking villages dating back 400 years. The Festival Clare celebrates this heritage. Yarmouth runs a ferry daily from Maine in the summertime.

South Shore Accommodations

The South Shore includes Lunenburg County, with the towns of Bridgewater and Lunenburg, which is the home to the famous Bluenose, which is shown on the back of all Canadian 10 cent pieces.

Cape Breton Island Accommodations

Cape Breton Island is across the Strait of Canso, joined by the Canso Causeway and home to the Cabot Trail with beautiful vistas of overlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Northumberland Shore Accommodations

The Northumberland Shore, featuring the town of Pictou, stakes claim to the New Scotland (aka Nova Scotia) moniker due to the first Scottish settlers arriving in 1773. Today enjoy lobsters, festivals, beaches and more.

Eastern Shore Accommodations

The Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia runs from Halifax Harbour to the peninsula at the Strait of Canso. The waves of Lawrencetown Beach have long been enjoyed by surfers and windsurfers.