Boscawen Inn in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Canada | Inn

Centrally located in the heart of "Old Town" Lunenburg, Nova Scotia - the Boscawen Inn is perched on a steep site overlooking the harbour to the south and the municipal park to the north. This Victorian mansion was built in 1888 by Senator H.A.N. Kaulbach, one of the most influential figures in Lunenburg's history, as a wedding present for his daughter Edna. It is Lunenburg's best example of the Queen Anne Revival style of architecture. Formerly known as "Boscawen Manor", the west wing was added in 1945 and the mansion was converted into an Inn.
The Boscawen Inn has seventeen guest rooms, located on three levels. Additionally it offers dining, conference and banquet facilities.

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150 Cumberland Street
Lunenburg
Nova Scotia
Canada
(902) 634-3325
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