We recently retired and our first trip was going to be the Atlantic Provinces for six weeks. Our first stop was Nova Scotia.
We booked this lovely B & B online for our first week.
We found the owners, Barry and Susie, to be wonderful, funny generous and very knowledgeable hosts. We found the home to be very comfortable and clean and the lawns and gardens were kept immaculate. Our room was so comfy and cozy. The breakfasts were wonderfully varied each morning. The huge bowls of fresh fruit salad were to die for each morning.
It was so nice to sit around the breakfast table and talk with Barry and Susie and other guests about their adventures.
We came back to stay with Barry and Susie again at the end of September for a couple days as we were booked to sail on the Bluenose on her last sail of the year. It was like coming home for a visit with old friends!!!
My husband and I have told many people about this wonderful heritage B & B in Lunenburg and would not hesitate to tell anyone to stay there
Enjoy your visit and say hi to Barry and Susie from the Brandner's in Kelowna, B.C.
Joyce and Lloyed Brandner
- 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
- Also Known As:
- 1826 Maplebird House Bed & Breakfast Lunenburg, Nova Scotia