Carwarden Bed & Breakfast
A restored 1910 home of great character, serene and stately Carwarden welcomes you to exceptionally spacious antique-furnished rooms, a sweeping dykelands view from the wide verandah, and a can't-eat-lunch breakfast. A registered heritage property, this lovely old Queen Anne Revival-style house sits peacefully amidst broad lawns and beautiful shade trees in a quiet pastoral setting. Four very large guest rooms; queen, twin beds; ensuite or private baths, free WiFi. Twenty minutes to Fundy tides, beaches, Cape Split hiking, Blomidon Lookoff, Ross Creek Centre for the Arts,fresh lobster, winery tours and tastings. Ten minutes to Wolfville's Acadia University, excellent restaurants, friendly pubs, golf, museums, antiques, duplicate bridge club.
Fairly decadent full hot breakfast served from 7-8:30 am in gracious sunlit dining room. Come for kind and comfortable hospitality in a traditional B&B. For Tourism Week, June 8 to 14 inclusive, there is the Prime of Life special - if you have achieved 65 years or more, your nightly rate during this week is only your age. Advance reservations requested, and proof of age.
Located between Wolfville and Kentville in the Annapolis Valley. 5 min north of Hwy. 101, Exit 11 to Rte. 1 to Rte. 358, 4.4km to Church St., left 2.3km. Open May 1 - October 31. O/S by reservation.
Host: Ms. Mary McMahon
640 Church Street, RR1,
Port Williams, Nova Scotia