Brigantine Inn

Address: 82 Montague Street, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 82 Montague Street, Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Nova Scotia Sailing.
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    Travel Blogs from Lunenburg

    Day 14

    A travel blog entry by charlotte.vardy on Jun 14, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Markets have great atmosphere - this one had a lot of antiques. Enjoyed looking but didn't see anything I wanted. Made us a sandwich in the RV for lunch.
    We then moved on to Lunenburg and saw signs for an information center way up on a hill. When we drove up to the door we saw a "closed" sign. I went over to the map posted outside and another traveler from Quebec drove up and tried the door and ...

    Blockhouse, Lunenburg, Blue Rocks, Halifax

    A travel blog entry by thedanes on Jul 22, 2014

    13 photos

    ... shops. Our big purchase was three postcards.

    Later that afternoon, we headed to the nearby fishing village of Blue Rocks where we met an interesting local who told us about the little harbor and pointed out the blue rocks, namesake of the town. He showed us the damage done to his yard by recent Hurricane Arthur where the sea water was forcefully blown into his shrubs, now dying from being hit ...

    Fishing, Sea Caves, and Sea Views

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 69 photos

    ... 8217;s Tunnel is a natural cave, but was extended by gold miners during the 1861 gold rush at the Ovens. At the height of the gold rush, the Ovens supported a town of more than 1,000 miners. Three years later, the boom was over, but small refining operation continued into the 1920’s. In 1935 Oscar Young reacquired pieces of land that once belong to the Meisners, his adoptive parents, and opened The Ovens Natural Park. More parcels ...

    Brass monkey weather at Prospect and Terence Bay

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 26, 2013

    10 photos

    ... on stills over the water don't know if they moor their fishing boats here.

    All rugged up heater on in the car and we are on Hwy 3 the Lighthouse Route going past Peggy's Cove, the lakes, sea marshlands to Prospect a small authentic fishing community. The landscape around Peggy's Cove is quite different to anywhere else for miles you see the granite rocks, sea marshlands with the red salt bushes, small spruce trees and lakes. Once ...

    Peggys Cove and Lunenburg

    A travel blog entry by judihasi on Oct 24, 2012

    77 photos

    ... fisher village and the granite rocks are the impressive things there. The drive is amazing and going further towards Lundenburg you can always stop for photographs. The towns also become more and more colourful and look like in Scandinavia or Ireland maybe. If I could, I would retire there ...