Tattingstone Inn in Wolfville, Kings County, Canada | Bed and Breakfast | Guest House | Cottage | Guest Rooms | Boutique Guest House

Welcome to Tattingstone Inn located on Main Street in picturesque Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. The inn is a short distance from Acadia University, The Atlantic Theatre Festival and downtown Wolfville area restaurants, shops and galleries.

Tattingstone Inn provides rooms with a variety of feels and atmospheres to suit your personal style and comfort. Set on an acre and a half of gardens and lawns, the Inn is a registered heritage property built circa 1874. In summer, you may wish to enjoy our heated pool or just relax in the garden. In winter, both cross country and downhill skiing are available in the area. Bird watching is a favoured pursuit in the area. Bald eagles may be seen nearby at certain times of the year, and pheasants are often found on the property.

For the convenience of our guests we offer free high speed wireless internet access. A computer with printer where guests may check e-mail or keep in touch with the office is available in a main house common area. Fax service is also available.

Toad Hall" as it is lovingly known, has a more rustic feel than the main house. Living room downstairs with electric fireplace, hide-a-bed-sofa and an exposed beam ceiling. Upstairs, you will enjoy a sleeping loft with queen sized bed and bath with corner Jacuzzi for two. This little honeymoon /relaxation Cottage is decorated in tones of cream with blue carpet. It has its own private entrance. It has a capacity of four. Sorry, no cooking facilities.

At Tattingstone Inn, all of our rooms feature cable television and VCR/DVD player, adjustable heat and air conditioning units and private baths. Other amenities include: Wireless internet, iron and ironing board, shampoo/conditioner and hair dryer. We are pleased to offer a complimentary full breakfast cooked to order and served in our sun porch dining room.

Places of Interest around Westville in Nova Scotia:

Side trips off the Evangeline Trail lead to some of the area's most fascinating "off the beaten path" attractions and scenery. Tides, dykeland, farms and great beaches abound on this route. The following is a sampling of what you will find while staying with us in the Annapolis Valley.

Acadia University - The university was founded in 1838 and is one of the leading small universities in Canada with an enrollment of approximately 3500 full- time students. Beveridge Arts Centre - The Art Gallery features changing exhibits of works by regional, national and international artists.

Blomidon Provincial Park - This provincial park includes campgrounds and picnic areas. Spend the day hiking on fabulous trails and enjoy the spectacular views overlooking the Bay of Fundy.

Blomidon Look Off - A small roadside stop on Hwy. 358 with a panoramic view of up to four counties, looking down over the beautiful Annapolis Valley and Minas Basin. Be sure to bring your camera.

Cape Split - Some of the most dramatic display of tides on our planet can be viewed at Cape Split on the Bay of Fundy. Enjoy a leisurely two hour walk along a popular hiking trail, which begins in the village of Scott's Bay , just 30 minutes by car from Wolfville. Cape Split

Domaine de Grand Pré - This new winery located just east of Wolfville offers a fine restaurant, gift shop and guided tours of the vineyard.

Gaspereau River - Enjoy tubing? The Gaspereau River is a popular location for river tubing. Tubes are available for rent in the area.

Hall's Harbour - An easy drive from Wolfville, this scenic working fishing village offers a seasonal lobster pound, a large wharf, incredible tides and art galleries.Hall's Harbour

Kejimkujik National Park - A gently rolling landscape with forest and lakes in the remote centre of southwestern Nova Scotia. Wilderness campsites, excellent canoeing and walking trails make this a popular destination.

Ken-Wo Golf Club - A five minute drive away brings you to an excellent 18-hole golf course - one of the best in the Valley.

Prescott House Museum - Located in Starrs Point, this museum is filled with antiques and surrounded by beautiful gardens. Sir Charles Prescott who introduced a variety of apples and other fruit to the area built the home. Enjoy the diverse exhibits held during the summer months.

Robie Tufts Nature Centre, Wolfville - This Interpretive Centre is home to the chimney swifts, a breed of bird, which swoop into their chimney at dusk from mid-May to mid-August. The Centre provides panel information on local area wildlife.

South Shore - We are only an hour's drive to Chester Basin. Have lunch in Mahone Bay or Lunenburg (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) then drive back over the south mountain to Wolfville.

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620 Main Street
Wolfville
Nova Scotia
Canada
902-542-7696
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Bed and Breakfast
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Cottage
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Heritage Property
10 Rooms
Heated Pool
Restaurants
Shops
Galleries
University
Theatre Festival
Gardens And Lawns
Cross Country
Downhill Skiing
Bird Watching
Business Services
Toad Hall
Honeymoon Cottage
Skiing At Martock
Evangeline Trail
Acadia University
Ken-Wo Golf
Blomidon Provincial Park
Hall's Harbour
Blomindon Look Off
South Shore
Domaine De Grand
Gaspereau River
Prescott House Museum
Robie Tufts
Nature Centre
Kejimkujik National Park
Cape Split