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This family owned motel is the best motel I have ever stayed in. The room was clean, neat and tidy and the attention to detail was a breath of fresh air. The owners make you feel like family!! Breakfast is included and if you are...More
This is a small motel, on the edge of town, away from the provincial highway and with a view of an attractive valley, It is quiet and therefore restful. Our room had two large double beds as well as a "kitchenette" where you could cook...More
The motel to the staff everything was excellent the staff went above and beyond too help with travel plans the motel was excellent. Would definitely recommend.
We also stayed at the Keltic lodge other than the view the evergreen had them beat on service and...More
We traveled around Nova Scotia over 9 days, and stayed at high end hotels and B&Bs. None matched our experience here. The host(s)/owners were a delight. Our room was immaculate, and everything about it was so thoughtful from the desktop chargers for your phone/laptop/ipad/etc...to the...More
A motel room with a kitchen area. Continental breakfast not until 7:30 and I wanted to leave earlier so they provided me with some juice and scones for the morning. Quiet location but not far from the centre of town. It was fine staying there...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$144 - US$178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Number of rooms
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The answer depends on the cancellation policy for that particular reservation. Our normal cancellation policy for anyone booking a room for one or two nights is 48 hours. If a cancellation is received we will try and sell... More
The answer depends on the cancellation policy for that particular reservation. Our normal cancellation policy for anyone booking a room for one or two nights is 48 hours. If a cancellation is received we will try and sell the room and if we are successful, will not charge for the late cancellation. We will charge for a night we cannot fill.
We get reservations for multiple rooms for 1 or 2 weeks and they are made up to a year in advance. For these reservations we require 2 weeks notice and this applies to the entire reservation. The reason being that while holding these rooms, we turn away so many potential guests and at last minute it can be difficult to fill the rooms. Sometimes it may appear that we are charging for a room that was sold to someone else however, I assure you this is not the case. We are a small inn with just 8 rooms and a large, last minute cancellation has a considerable affect on our business. I hope this clarifies things for you. If not, and you feel you were not charged fairly, please call me directly to discuss.
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