If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Mavillette, look no further than A la Maison d'Amitie.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a seating area and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.
A la Maison d'Amitie features shops, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to A la Maison d'Amitie, free parking is available.
While in Mavillette, you may want to check out the nearby seafood restaurant Cape View Restaurant.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular lighthouses such as Cape Saint Mary Lighthouse Park.
The staff at A la Maison d'Amitie looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
From the minute we booked our Canadian adventure, Carol, the owner of A la Maison d'Amitie started e-mailing us offering tips and asking if we had any food or accommodation preferences. Carol Fenstermaker is the most amazing host ever. She guided us with perfect directions to her hidden gem and boy were we surprised. The pictures we had seen online were nothing compared to the reality of Carol's piece of heaven. Our hosts were generous and friendly, the room was spacious and oh so comfortable, the bathroom and amenities were so clean, they cooked us a DELICIOUS breakfast before we departed, and the views. OH, DO NOT MISS THESE VIEWS. If we ever make it back to Canada, we're headed straight for A la Maison d'Amitie!
The Village of Mavillette wraps around a stunning sand beach in Cape Saint Mary on the Acadian Shore in Western Nova Scotia. We had visited the area a few times before but this time we decided to stay at a local B&B in the Village and do some exploring. We made reservations at A la Maison d'Amitie. Where do I begin...the house sits on 16 acres of spectacular rugged cliffs overlooking the Atlantic. Our comfy room faced west so we had amazing sunsets over the ocean. Our hosts, Carol and Paul, prepared delicious breakfasts of homemade cakes, pancakes, french toast, fruit, preserves...oh my! In the morning, Carol would share her knowledge of places to see and things to do and when we returned in the evenings, we would sit with Carol over tea and chat until bed time. Such a soul-satisfying holiday! Thank you Carol & Paul. ..till we meet again!!…
Absolutely beautiful home in a gorgeous location! Excellent beds and immaculately clean. Carol is a complete sweetheart! She wrapped my mom and I in blankets in Adirondack chairs to watch the sunset on the deck. The breakfast was amazing blueberry pancakes with your choice of 7 kinds of homemade syrup. I highly recommend the wild blueberry! On our walk along the bluffs the next morning, we saw adorable fat little seals lounging on the seaweed covered rocks down below at low tide. Amazing! We didn’t want to leave!
If you don't mind arriving at your b&b after a long day and being greeting with "take off your shoes" / "use these boots and socks" (none in our sizes) and totally being ignored about what you eat (bacon and eggs will do--can't do citrus, don't eat grains--but a full glass of OJ greeted us in the am along with toast etc), and having to walk through the kitchen to get from patio to room while the hostess is cooking dinner, and the NRA hat sported by the host--then this is the place for you. Oh--and it was the only place that did not have linen sheets (some type of fake flannel) and did have a 1970s decor in our whole month in Nova Scotia. Clean. yes. And the view is great.
We only had one night in the area and I am so thankful this is where we stayed. Carol and Paul are welcoming hosts. Carol was full of suggestions and extremely accommodating! She called ahead and got us a table at an exceptional restaurant. We hiked at the light house and walked the beautiful beach. But oh my the sunset and sunrise... we have traveled the globe and have never seen anything like this. Wish we had more time there.