135 Water St
Shelburne, Nova Scotia
B0T 1W0 Canada
tel: 1 902 875 2729
toll-free: 1 800 646 1577
What a wonderful location and landscape to quiet the soul. The water, tides, pines, sunsets, wild life (including deck squirrel) are perfect. Scallops at Digby are everything they said they would be. Lobster at Rudders in Yarmouth was remembered days after the first bite. Charlotte's Lane in Shelburne was 2 thumbs way up! We are sorry we could not stay longer. Thanks!
Wow! We wanted peace and tranquility and got it! Our cottage was a marvelous place to escape internet, phones etc! We were so fortunate to have a full moon and high and low tides! Wonderful. We were constantly amused at the many sea birds, deck squirrels and hares. Weather was wonderful despite the mid October time frame! We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and rested our souls! Just to make sure we experienced the cabin in all weather conditions, our last day provided us with a wonderful wild storm. We sat comfortably inside while wind and rain raveged the roof and trees! It was hard not to be mystified by the ever changing gray cloud banks and gusts of wind as it played with the surface of the water. Better than satillite TV!
We have spent a wonderful 2 weeks in this gorgeous cottage. Willow Cove Cottage is wonderfully well equipped. We brought a lot of things we didn't even need. The location is great; it was so quiet and so close to many wonderful beaches! We found HUNDREDS of sand dollars at Carter's beach; rode the waves at White Point and walked the beaufiful mile long summerville beach. Wow! I will miss the ocean so much. I would like to point out that Sandy Lane Vacations are awesome! When help is needed such as the phones are down after a really bad storm, they're there for you! We will be back.
As beautiful place as we've ever seen, and so quiet! (if you don't count wind, flapping wings and chattering squirrels). We loved Sand Hills and Shelburne - Chester was a bit too precious. Nova Scotians were so friendly and outgoing. But most of all we loved the unimpaired abiility here to relax and reflect.
Kejimkujik National Park
DescriptionKejimkujik, the only inland national park of Canada in the Maritimes, features abundant lakes and rivers ideal for canoeing. The lush woodlands and gently rolling landscapes are home to a variety of wildlife. Visitors will find historic canoe routes, portages and many beautiful hiking trails in the park.
The closest cottages to this Park are:
Willow Cove Cottage in Port Mouton; Ocean Vista Cottage in Hunts Point; Peace and Plenty in Western Head and The Samuel Fairbanks House in Liverpool.
Kejimkujik Drive , Route 8
WebsiteKejimkujik National Park
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