In the middle of winter and off the beaten track, we needed a place in Weymouth to stay for three nights. We were so fortunate! This is an old country inn / railway hotel, dating back to 1890. The rooms are small, spare, no luxuries, some have shared baths, but the beds are comfortable....among the best I’ve ever slept in, and between radiators and portable heaters, we were sufficiently warm. The dining room and food service are fabulous! Breakfast, lunch and dinner - emphasis on fresh seafood and fish, lightly fried. The scallops (I counted them....15 and big!) were so good I had them two nights in a row. The haddock was so fresh it was still flapping in the pan, as someone said. Wonderful seafood chowder crammed with fish, wonderful hot rolls to go with it. And homemade pies for dessert - apple, coconut cream, etc. Small menu but sufficient variety for meat eaters too, plus the dining room is licensed for a sip of something to go with dinner. And all at VERY reasonable prices. The host, Pat Comeau, is wonderfully welcoming too. This is a real gem in Nova Scotian hospitality. Get yourself there soon!! …
A wonderful hotel with lots of history and a proud owner to share it. It maybe dated, but worth the excellent cost and you have all you really need. Dining room in the hotel has good food. The view is worth the stay.
The staff and owners were so accommodating! The rooms are clean and kept that way. The food is absolutely home made and my waist can support the delicious home made meals! Try the fish and chips! Free parking in the rear. This historic hotel feels like a home-stay with parlors and a TV and internet! But the charm and ambiance is not compromised. Pat Comeau is there to help with anything! And our family thank her and staff for everything.
The Goodwin Hotel is a historical hotel landmark in Weymouth NS. This hotel is a nostalgic, warm and friendly Inn. The owner, Pat Comeau is most accommodating with many wonderful rooms that reflect its history. It has a homey ambience, with a terrific dining room with home-cooked and delicious local menu. Their dessert pies are fabulous and a must have. It is a jewel in the village with all the trimmings for a good stay.
The Goodwin Hotel is at the heart of Weymouth NS. It provides clean, simple rooms for visitors And tasty food for tourists and locals alike. Lunch and dinner are served, but this is the country. The dining room closes at seven. Nor is there a liquor license. Servings are generous and the menu offers a pleasant selection. I don’t usually eat fried food, but the fish and chips are irresistible. For the figure conscious the grilled fish of the day is great too. There are also salads and sandwiches.