Carwarden was a heritage house located among rolling green fields in the beautiful Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. The house was spacious and very well kept. The furnishings were simple country style and antique pieces were displayed in a tasteful manner. The stairs leading to the rooms on the second floor was impressive with its dark and well-polished solid wood.
Like the rest of the house, the rooms were huge, clean and furnished in country style. Some rooms had en-suite bathroom while others shared a spacious common bathroom. The old-fashioned bathtub with claws was a classic. There were no distractions such as flat-screen TV’s or telephones in the rooms but free WIFI was available for those who needed to keep in touch.
Mary was a wonderful hostess! She was warm, friendly and humorous. She knew the area very well and she had great advices on what to see, where to eat…etc. Mary was an excellent cook. Every breakfast was a treat and a meal in itself. She started with juices, followed by fresh fruits with yogurt, home-made granola cereal and a hot dish, which was different every day. If you were not full by then (which was very rare), Mary always offered muffins or toast. Her egg benedict was out of this world – the egg was poached just right and the sauce was perfect.
I would recommend Carwarden to those who are looking for a quiet, relaxing countryside stay with a genuine Nova Scotian experience.
- Also Known As:
- Carwarden Bed & Breakfast Port Williams, Nova Scotia