Addington Arms Bed and Breakfast

Address: 27 Cornwallis Street, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, B0J 2C0, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 27 Cornwallis Street, Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Nova Scotia Sailing.
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        Travel Blogs from Lunenburg

        Peggy's Cove, Chester & Lunenburg

        A travel blog entry by fraser4 on Jun 29, 2015

        36 photos

        Today we drove the South Shore via the Lighthouse Route to visit Peggy's Cove, a picturesque fishing village surrounded by bare granite and coastal barrens and home to Nova Scotia’s most visited lighthouse. Peggy's Cove is a marvelous site, and the kids enjoyed running and climbing on the rocks. Once we finished at Peggy's Cove, we continued …

        Halifax and Peggy's Cove

        A travel blog entry by westcoastrz on Oct 07, 2015

        4 photos

        ... well laid out and it was interesting to see where Mom had landed in Canada in March of 1946.

        John has been talking about the donairs he had in Halifax since he came home over 20 years ago. So we headed to the four corners area to buy one for lunch - now only two corners have donairs, but they were delicious. I swear that my gyro sandwich weighed about 3 pounds - couldn't finish it. We walked up to the citadel ...

        Hangin' out with Bluenose...

        A travel blog entry by lynandgrae on Jun 28, 2015

        2 comments, 18 photos

        ... we had plenty of time we headed over to Annapolis Royal (about 30km or so) to the north of Digby. The tides along the Bay of Fundy are the highest in the world at 16 metres, or 53 feet. Check out the following site for details: http://www.bayoffundy.com/about/highest -tides/
        we had the best lunch at Leo's Cafe (make sure you go there, if your ever over this way). Tell them PoG sent you! Lol...
        We drove into Digby & checked out where the ferry leaves from, as we ...

        Cows, Fox and Lobster bisque

        A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 29, 2014

        10 photos

        ... pictures from a distance and he disappeared into the woods. Cool. Well pulled forward near where it went in to the bushes and thought we had lost him. Then as we were getting ready to pull away, there he was strolling right by Sheree's window. He stopped and checked us out (and secretly thought - I'm protected here people. This is a National Historic Site. You can't bother me.) Then he moved on. Sheree captured the moment and was so pleased with ...

        Fishing, Sea Caves, and Sea Views

        A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jul 06, 2014

        2 comments, 69 photos

        ... we were allowed to check out the various fishing ships/boats that they have collected and renovated.

        Additionally, they had a building where you could see and touch scallops and other indigenous fish, as well as see the tools they use to catch and process them.

        That afternoon, we carpooled to The Ovens Natural Park for lunch at The Ol’ Miner Diner and later a walking tour of the Sea Cave Trail.

        As we sat ...