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It was hard to decide how to rate this place. On the one hand, I loved the quirkiness of it, everything from the decor to the owners. On the other, this place is full of creepy dolls. We are talking life size in some cases....More
We spent two separate nights at Marshlands going between Nova Scotia and Maine. We ate dinner and breakfast there both times. We stayed in the main building which was built a long time ago and is quite large. We were impressed with the quality of...More
I spent 3 nights at the Marshlands Inn in the Carriage House, which is separate from the main inn, just behind it through the parking lot. I was there for a conference and many other participants stayed there too.
My room on the main floor...More
Really weird. I'm not worried the owners will read this since they are trapped in the 90s as far as technology goes. Their website reassures you that they read email three times a day. Three! But don't believe it. They also don't reply. Phone. You...More
I recently stayed for two nights at the Marshlands Inn. Being close to the university and 'downtown' was a bonus -- no need to drive anywhere other than the liquor store on the other side of town. My room was okay, but be sure to...More
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I would rate the B&B highly. Our room had a king size bed leaving not much extra space in the room with the 'antiquey' decorations but it was hugely comfortable, with en suite also small but complete. Location is quiet and... More
I would rate the B&B highly. Our room had a king size bed leaving not much extra space in the room with the 'antiquey' decorations but it was hugely comfortable, with en suite also small but complete. Location is quiet and garden beautiful. Restaurant is excellent with great food, probably the best in Sackville.
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"If you want luxury, ask for the Queen's room but be forewarned there is no door on the bathroom!"