Since Lunenburg is one of our favourite holiday destinations, we were fortunate a number of years ago to discover 1826 Maplebird House and it’s gracious owners, Susie and Barry.
We chose this attractive building for it’s location within an easy walk to all the shops, restaurants, museums and waterfront amenities that make this charming World Heritage Town such a pleasure to visit.
The location attracted us, however, Susie and Barry and what they have done to the house and the property is what has kept us returning. All rooms at Maplebird are homey and welcoming with up-to-date ensuite bathrooms. The well kept gardens, lawns and pool area make for an attractive view from the waterside verandah.
At breakfast we have been spoiled by Susie’s and Barry’s hands-on attention to ensuring everyone at the large table was treated to a selection of tasty fare, while providing an opportunity for us to visit with other guests from many parts of the world.
- Also Known As:
- 1826 Maplebird House Bed & Breakfast Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A restored heritage home (circa 1826), once used as a dairy farm, sits in a large garden with swimming pool, patio and verandah overlooking Lunenburg harbour and golf course. Within Lunenburg's Old Town UNESCO World Heritage Site. 4 queen rooms all with ensuite bathrooms. Fireplace, high speed wireless internet access, TV/DVD/CD, books and games in guests' living room. Full breakfast. Off street parking. ... more less