We spent one night at Brier Island Lodge and I agree with Gee19, the rooms are not the Ritz but are basic and clean and just what you would expect in this remote area. However, we were disappointed in the food. My husband had the fish and chips and both were overdone. I had the bacon wrapped scallops and they were something out of a frozen food box, and not fresh Digby scallops... The service was very friendly and attentive and the trip out to the whalewatching was fabulous... We saw 4-5 kinds of whales and porpoises and seals. Lots of sea birds and the staff on board were very knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions. So , all in all, a wonderful trip and I would recommend it, just don't expect too much from dinner..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brier Island Lodge offers 40 clean, comfortable rooms, most with an ocean/lighthouse view, along with a unique Nova Scotia regional dining experience and whale watching boat tours. Brier Island is famous for some of the best whale watching in the world, miles of coastal hiking trails, exceptional birdwatching, seal spotting, rock hounding, sand beach, traditional fishing village and three working lighthouses. A true maritime ecological paradise. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brier Island Hotel Westport
- Brier Island Motel