Unique Accommodations – Nova Scotia is home to many sbobetcb.com bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels, campgrounds, and much, much more however there are a number of unique accommodations that are worth planning your trip around. From luxury wilderness cabins to storied places to stay, discover a selection of some of the unique places to stay in Nova Scotia.
All Aboard to the Train Station Inn
All aboard at The Train Station Inn! Located in Tatamagouche on Nova Scotia’s Northumberland Shore, travellers can spend their night aboard a renovated former railway caboose that reflects it’s railway history.
Lighthouse Love: Stay in a lighthouse-inspired property
The many lighthouses that dot the coastline of Nova Scotia capture the attention of travellers and locals alike… and there are even ways to turn this fascination into an incredible overnight stay.
Selkie’s Rest (formerly Vicar’s View) in Baddeck
On Cape Breton Island in the village of Baddeck, known as the start and end of the Cabot Trail, you’ll find three picture-perfect lighthouse accommodations at Selkie’s Rest.
Five Star Stays
Located within the Tobeatic Wilderness Area in the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere, Trout Point Lodge is Canada’s only member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and also the world’s first certified Starlight Hotel by the UNESCO partner, Starlight Foundation.
Dome Sweet Dome
Imagine watching the setting sun over the ocean from the deck – or hot tub – of your very own geodesic dome at True North Destinations in Pleasant Bay. Each of these nine, luxurious domes come complete with a queen-sized bed, 3-piece bath, fully equipped kitchenette, dining/living room area, bay windows and skylights, hot tub, BBQ, private deck and privacy pergola.