Mountain Gap Inn
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Mountain Gap Inn Digby
Travel Blogs from Digby
... grill room and went to Norm and Renette 's. The music was as good as I remembered from last time. There were a number of people there, all of them lovely but one. Janice was a distraction from the start. This is a small room and it was full but she wanted to dance and be a part of the band . She was loud and obnoxious with her profanity but other than that, it was a perfect party, Dean drove us home safely and we mostly stayed awake. No cards tonight. ...
... she recovered quickly and was able to play 17 and 18. We stopped off to see Renette and Norm at the b & b where we stayed last time we were here. Hope to get back there for a "kitchen party" before we go home. All the restaurants were closed because it is Monday but we found a place called Roadside Grill in Belliveaus Cove where we had some fried haddock. The canned peas left something to be desired but otherwise a good ...
... just about any color you can imagine, and then trim it in another color or two. Because everyone does it, it looks cool. Where we have white, gray, taupe, etc., they have every color. One of the very popular ones is dark purple with yellow trim and maybe a lime green door. I actually like it. Then they’ll have 3 or 4 Adirondack chairs in yellow, orange, green or pink sitting on their porch or in their yard.
Just about every town ...
... went through the small town of Shelbourne, which describes itself as a Loyalist community. The history is that it stayed loyal to the British Crown after the war and, in fact, the British flag was flying everywhere in town instead of the Canadian or Nova Scotian flags.
We got settled into a decent campground and noticed that there were wild blueberries right behind our RV. So we picked a quart. John and I were noticing that ...
... all the black loyalists were given land and freedom. (9 of them had their freedom). There is a wonderful interpretative center that is well worth visiting. The original Book of Negroes is there see. If anyone has read the Book of Negroes it really touches you to see this.
Drove down to Yarmouth and found a campsite, then off to Digby ...