Includes FREE dining room breakfast each morning of your stay!
Annapolis Royal was designated as a National Historic District in 1994, one of only 7 in Canada.
Nestled in beautiful the Annapolis Valley, this quaint seaside community was first established by a strong Mi'kmaq community. Perfectly situated between mountain and sea, the early 1600's saw Annapolis Royal become home to the first European settlers. The town has preserved its old-world charm with tree lined streets, high concentration of heritage homes and beautiful gardens.
The picturesque downtown offers a gorgeous waterfront boardwalk lined with restaurants, bakeries, cafe's, antique & art galleries, as well as boutiques. Seasonally the farmer's market will delight you, and don't miss our Festival of Lights near the holidays! History buffs love Fort Anne and don't forget to add Royal Historical Gardens to your itinerary.
Blackwood's Bread & Roses Inn is a 1 minute walk to this iconic little haven, located right in the heart of this charming little town.
Easily accessible, we are a 2 hr drive from Halifax, and even closer to Yarmouth Ferry & Digby Ferries. We are a 28-minute drive to Kejimkujik National Park, a "dark sky preserve.
Each Spring and Summer a variety of whales, porpoises, seabirds and dolphins make their way back to the waters off Nova Scotia as part of their annual migration. And each year thousands of people head out on the water to witness it first hand.
Restaurant Compose offers fine dining by the sea. A beautiful restaurant with amazing seafood, and famous for their scallops! Not into seafood? No problem, they have something for everyone. Be sure to say hi to the owner Amanda- one of Annapolis Royal's most vivacious characters!
Annapolis Royal is a peaceful winter escape. Our 'slow season' is the perfect time enjoy scenic drives to soak up our high concentration of historical houses on gorgeous tree lined streets
This wholesome evening event happens every December. You will feel like you are living in a real life Hallmark Movie.
Go back in time, and explore the folklore of this historic place
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