Claymore Inn

Address: 137 Church Street, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, B2G 2E2, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 137 Church Street, Antigonish.
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    Travel Blogs from Antigonish

    Smelt = $$$$$

    A travel blog entry by tslatta on Sep 26, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... doc. A forklift then picks up each box and places it on a flat bed truck..and to a processing plant. Great efficiency! Then this boat immediately headed back out for more, and a new boat was unloaded. Check out the "mouth" on ferry; 3 levels of vehicles! Wow...PEI and Nova Scotia's landscapes are very different! Off to ...

    Kings County PEI and Nova Scotia

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Sep 24, 2014

    31 photos

    Our second day in PEI was spent driving around Kings County. PEI is split into 3 sections with 3 beautiful drives to follow. There is Queens County, which has all the Anne of Green Gables and Avonlea tourism in it and where the PEI National Park is located. There is Prince County which we unfortunately didn't get to see but is famous for its glass bottle houses and beautiful drives. Finally there is Kings County, less known for ...

    Small town, Nova Scotia

    A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Sep 12, 2014

    1 photo

    First stop after the ferry, is Mother Webbs in Antigonish. What can I say about this place... it's manic. Rammed with people, and servers running about like nutters. It's essentially a steakhouse, located halfway between Halifax and Sydney on the Trans Canada Highway, and it's obviously popular. I don't fancy red meat or burgers today, so I plump for the chicken. It's still ...

    The Dutch Truck

    A travel blog entry by juramicanada on Jul 16, 2014

    2 photos

    ... to tell me that there was a Dutch guy coming by campus today with his Dutch Truck, sometime between 12 and 2 pm, and if I checked my e-mail he’d let me know when he’d be there so we could go together. This sounded intriguing, if slightly ominous, and so we headed over to his office. The Dean is extremely nice, and explained that there are a lot of Dutch people, or Canadian Dutch people living in the area, mostly from Limburg and Noord Brabant (imported ...

    Downtown Halifax and Antigonish

    A travel blog entry by sasktraveller on May 27, 2013

    73 photos

    ... it sounds a lot like the tv show The Walton's. We ate supper at a pub my dad when he was young would eat at. I had the best fish n' chips in my life. The picture of me getting a bottle of water is the same place my dad when he was little would come and get water for his grandmother (my great grandmother). The best water I've ever had and to this day people come from miles around to get water from this spring.