Queen Anne Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQueen Anne Inn Annapolis Royal
An amazing building that is now a very beautiful and gracious B&B. Period furniture with modern upgrades tastefully integrated. The breakfast is phenominal - three courses, I kid you not, in an elegant dining room with table service. Bluebery scones so fresh the blueberries still popped when you bit into them. Friendly, helpful staff. We came in late after the ghost tour and were able to have pots of tea (a cold night out).
I would thoroughly recommend this B&B to anyone.
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Travel Blogs from Annapolis Royal
... at Fort Anne and the historic buildings in Annapolis Royal. Like John says, pretty well everything is historic around here.
Even though we are close to the Bay of Fundy, we haven't really experienced the tides yet. I guess we will have to wait till we get over to New Brunswick.
... hotspot for growing blueberries and strawberries, and bright pink hued fireweeds and small blue forget-me-nots are in bloom everywhere.
Dinner our first night in this province was prepared by the Hilden Fire Brigade, one of many volunteer fire companies in the province. This is a fun crew who not only can cook but were ...
... amp; KH 74 km
Jacob: Today, I decided was my break day, so I got in the van and hitched a ride
to a little hub near the winery, where i read and looked out over the
water. Lunch was a highly enjoyable affair, with plenty to eat and drink.
For dinner, we had lobster, which i had decided to give a chance. Bad ...
... cream served on buttery bread), fish cakes (think crab cakes but with potato), and a selection of delicious craft beers from the "Rudder Brewery" in town. Yup, we were absolutely going on a run the next day. Besides stuffing our faces, we also enjoyed venturing into the various shops and speaking with locals. One lady, a resident of Yarmouth for over 70 years, said she had never seen a storm of Arthur's magnitude hit town. A portentous glimpse of things to come? Hopefully not. With ...
... the Bay of Fundy. We were between tides, but still had a marvelous view at an old wharf in Culloden. Weather-wise, it was another warm, sunny day. A yummy meal at Bistro East (across the street from Fort Anne) fortified us for our candlelight tour of the Graveyard of Annapolis Royal. Alan Melanson lead us for over an hour through the grounds of Fort Anne and the adjacent English graveyard, the oldest in Canada. When we returned to the B&B, hot cider awaited ...