I can't begin to say how disappointed the 3 in my party were after having the lobster sandwiches recently. We travelled down last year from Dartmouth in the late summer and had such a delicious Lobster treat we could not wait to go back this year. Sadly we found that the lobster sandwiches we had been dreaming of for almost 9 months and had been willing to pay $60 in gas to get to, had been replaced by mushed and wet canned lobster meat. The strongest flavor in the sandwich was the lettuce. Very disappointed. Will stick to the McLobster in future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Step back in time and experience Nova Scotia’s Railway heritage, brought to life in this award winning country inn. Accommodations are located in private railway cars which have been developed into deluxe suites with all the modern amenities from fireplaces, king beds and air conditioning. We also have rooms in the former Stationmaster's residence on the second floor of the Train Station. You can dine in our Railway Dining Car, enjoy your favourite drink in the observation lounge of the Vice Royal Railway Car "Alexandra" or relax in the railway museum café in the train station. Don't forget to explore our "funky" gift shop and take a stroll on the old rail bed now the Trans Canada Trail that follows along the Tatamagouche Bay passing the Creamery Square and Tatamagouche Grain Elevator Village. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Train Station Inn Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia