Wandlyn Inn Kentville

Address: 7270 Highway One, Kentville, Nova Scotia, B4R 1B9, Canada | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 7270 Highway One, Kentville, is near Cape Split Hiking Trail.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Kentville

Spencer's Island, 8/3-6/2015

A travel blog entry by davedolber on Aug 03, 2015

14 photos

Hello Nova Scotia! What a beautiful province! We're staying at Old Shipyard Campground where every site (all 25 of them) is 50 ft. from water's edge at high tide. And what an incredible view! We're so glad we booked four nights here. One of our neighbors for a few nights is a kind of crazy young couple from the Toronto area. We sat around the campfire and watched the moon rise over the water. It was a beautiful golden color as it rose. We're on another side ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by charlotte.vardy on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... took the dogs for a short walk around the Tourist Bureau parking area and we had ham sandwiches Patsy made for us with crousants - yummy!
We headed back to the highway towards Coldbrook to try Sherwood Campground. We could have had one of three sites here but it was right in the woods, could hardly drive our camper around the narrow one-way lanes to the sites and a few more negative issues. This place we would give a rating of -0. So we headed back to Kentville ...

Bay of Fundy is so cool!

A travel blog entry by photokent on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... the young lady told us of the nearby Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) which is Canada's leading research centre for in-stream tidal energy. She said it was worth the visit and that we could view the extreme currents just before low tide there. What we found at the visitor center was amazing. Nova Scotia is working with other agencies and companies to build the largest tidal powered electrical ...

Nova Scotia's tidal phenomenon.

A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jul 27, 2014

3 photos

... 1873 and remained in use until the 1970s. The tide was low, but not at its lowest. I missed that by about one hour. At 7:5 5 am ADT the low tide was at -10.40 feet (-3.17 meters). I had expected the revealed sea bed colour to appear more "terracotta" than it was. The incoming tides fill narrow rivers creating tidal bores with the Atlantic Ocean's salt water and then later suck them dry to reveal a red shiny mud that is carved by the power of the water. We should be ...

Flat tire!

A travel blog entry by gscaldwell on Oct 18, 2013

1 comment, 48 photos

... so the flat tire could not have happened at a better time. Thanks to airbnb we were staying with Sue, a generous woman with a beautiful home and a pet squirrel, who made us another espresso while Gav called AMA. I got out the iPad to kill time and this is as far as I got before the tow truck driver got here. So I started this entry in beautiful Hantsport, NS and here I am finishing it in calm Stratford, PEI. I put off writing this entry because I wasn't quite sure what ...