Brier Island Is on the Southwestern tip of Nova Scotia down the Digby Neck Peninsula, across Long Island into the Bay of Fundy. All the Brier Island roads lead to lighthouses on windswept, rocky coast lines, which are stunningly beautiful when they aren't fog-clad. They are good for walking and driving...there is no traffic problem on the Island. We stayed on Brier Island three days and stayed in the Lodge and ate breakfast and dinner there everyday. The kitchen is first-rate and integrates local items like Digby Scallops into the menu. The younger wait staff in the Resturant was generally inexperienced, but tried hard. The older wait staff did much better.
They make a phenomenal Seafood Chowder at the Brier Island Lodge!
Our room had a spectacular view of the passage between Brier Island and Long Island. The room was ample, had WiFi, but no TV, which was no matter to us. Staff was friendly and helpful. ,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brier Island Lodge offers 40 clean, comfortable rooms, most with an ocean/lighthouse view, along with a unique Nova Scotia regional dining experience and whale watching boat tours. Brier Island is famous for some of the best whale watching in the world, miles of coastal hiking trails, exceptional birdwatching, seal spotting, rock hounding, sand beach, traditional fishing village and three working lighthouses. A true maritime ecological paradise. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brier Island Hotel Westport
- Brier Island Motel