My fiance and I stayed at the Queen Anne during a two week vacation on the east coast in June. We wanted to really experience the east coast and thought staying at some more unique inns would be a nice change. We stayed in room 3. I absolultely loved the canopy bed. While the room only has a shower, we found it adequate. We had a minor plumbing problem when we first got to the room but the owner promptly came up with plunger in hand. I suppose such problems are to be expected from time to time and especially in such an old house. The room was quite and we really didn't notice the other guests coming and going.
The highlights of the Queen Anne have to be the backyard patio and the food. The patio was very lovely and we just sat out back and had a snack that we had bought across the road at the German bakery. We had dinner at the Inn and it was unreal. My fiance had lamb and honestly had the biggest piece of meat I have ever seen served. I had scallops which were some of the best I'd ever had. In the morning we were treated to an amazing three or four course breakfast - I can't remember. It started with homemade museli, followed by muffins and a main course. I really didn't expect such an extravagent meal and have never had a better more impressive breakfast at any hotel or B&B. The meal really fit with the old fashioned extravagent setting of the Queen Anne.
There is not a lot going on in Annapolis Royal and the town really seems to run solely on B&Bs but that was perfectly fine for us for the day we spent there. We went for a run along the old train track pathway and visited the gardens, and overall had a nice relaxing stay. I would say that the Queen Anne is in the top three most memorable places I have ever stayed and was something everyone should experience at least once. If I am ever back in Anapolis Royal I would definitely stay again, but I am also curious to try out some of the other B&Bs we saw that also looked quite nice.
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