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137 Second Street, Nova Scotia B0V 1H0 Canada
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#2 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Brier Island
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The Wile's wrote a review Oct. 2020
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We stayed at The Guest House for 2 nights over Thanksgiving weekend. We always have stayed at the Inn when visiting beautiful Brier Island, but this time decided to stay at the Guest House instead so we would have a kitchen and could cook for ourselves. We have nothing but positive things to say about both places. They are older homes, and yes, they are quirky, but that is to be expected in an older home. Both properties are spotless and well maintained. We loved being able to sit on the front deck and watch the ferry coming and going and the cars driving by. We were in the centre of the village, but it was ever so quiet. The guest house had everything that we needed and then some. And when there was a small item that needed repair, Penny saw to it quickly. We will most definately be back to stay with Penny at one of her properties the next time we come to the island.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Judith K wrote a review Aug. 2020
Halifax, Canada30 contributions5 helpful votes
When we got there, my husband went to check-in, but there was nobody anywhere. He eventually noticed a note that we had to go to the Mariner Tours office to check-in. We clearly hadn't completely read the website, as we didn't realize there was only a shared bathroom (with only a tub) for 4 guest rooms - not ideal. There was a second bathroom (the only one with a shower) down a set of treacherous winding stairs that we didn't notice until the next day. The mattress creaked every time I moved, though my husband's side was quiet. The room was stuffy - thank goodness there was a fan, though only one electrical outlet, so it had to be by the door. The room (and house) was very clean and well-maintained, though. Breakfast was continental and completely self-serve, including coffee (the pot markings for water didn't match the machine, so I put 12 "cups" of water in the pot and 12 scoops of coffee, but when it finished, it only had made 6 "cups" - strongest coffee ever!) No english muffins this day, so just bagels (no cream cheese - thank goodness for peanut butter!), bread, cereals, apples, bananas, oranges, yogurt and fruit salad (individual containers in syrup). The breakfast table was set for people to sit side-by-side... We're in COVID days, yet there was absolutely no spacing. We took our food to our room, instead. There are no TVs in the rooms, just in a small shared space (again, COVID) and no wifi. Not much to do in the evening.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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messengrl wrote a review Sep. 2019
Shelburne, Canada812 contributions51 helpful votes
My husband and I took advantage of the B&B accommodations plus whale-watching package with Mariner Cruises. We've been out with Mariner before, but this was the first time we stayed at the Bay of Fundy Inn. Our room was beautiful and clean. A continental breakfast is included in the price of your stay, One nice thing about staying at the B&B is that you can make use of the kitchen, if you choose, and buy bacon and eggs (which we did), then prepare them in the kitchen. Just like home! There is a shared bathroom with tub upstairs, and a shared bathroom with shower downstairs. The view over Westport Harbour is breathtaking. Thank you, Penny!
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Date of stay: September 2019
Steve I wrote a review Aug. 2019
Knoxville, Iowa2 contributions1 helpful vote
Very clean, and decorated to fit with the age of the house...beautiful. Our bed was comfortable and the Inn was very quiet. There were some minor issues surrounding the use of the shared bath, but that is to be expected when booking this type of lodging. Breakfast was very convenient. Thank you Penny.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Dan K wrote a review Jul. 2019
Halifax, Canada48 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautifully Maintained house turned-inn. Formerly the home of the doctor here on Brier Island in 1800’s. Located right “downtown”, a short walk to everything needed for a great small town Nova Scotia visit. Our host, Penny, was quick to address a water issue which happened at 9pm. She provided us with water in the bathrooms for washing up and flushing toilets. Fixed by the time we got up in the morning. Most come here for the whale watching but there are some lovely remote locations with lighthouses, rustic beaches for bird and sea-life watching as well. Saw sea lions, many different sea birds, and a pod of porpoises swimming by. Need to come back and spend more time birding and beach-combing.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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CanadaNova ScotiaSouthwest Nova ScotiaBrier Island
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bay of Fundy Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Bay of Fundy Inn?
Nearby attractions include Brier Island (2.0 km), Brier Island Lighthouse (3.8 km), and Grand Passage Lighthouse (0.3 km).
What food & drink options are available at Bay of Fundy Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Bay of Fundy Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bay of Fundy Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Brier Island Lodge Restaurant, Lighthouse Cafe, and Fair Winds Cafe.