120 year old renovated and equipped 3 bedroom 2 bath ocean front farmhouse located five minutes' drive or 30 minute walk, from the quaint UNESCO world heritage town of Lunenburg Nova Scotia. The house is south facing waterfront, on a private and tranquil 2 acre meadow with visiting deer and pheasant. Enjoy sunrise and sunset on the verandah overlooking the Bay's clear water. Five minute drive to Lunenburg’s restaurants, shops, museums and golf club. Enjoy the history of the town founded in 1753. A visit to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic or a sail on Bluenose ll when in port are a must. Rent a fishing boat at the harbour 5 minutes away. Scenic drives along the coast to seaside towns such as Peggy's Cove, Chester and Annapolis. Sandy beaches, sailing and fishing. Amazing scenery coupled with historical, marine and Scottish culture. Close to shopping centres and all amenities. Excellent restaurants featuring fresh seafood. Arts and crafts and quaint shops
Our farmhouse at 492 Mason's Beach Road is a 10 minute walk to the Lunenburg Golf Club. Overlooking the scenic and historical home of the schooner Bluenose ll and other tall ships, the Bluenose Golf Club was opened in 1933 and offers picturesque views of the town or water from each hole. Facilities include a clubhouse, putting green, driving range, pro shop and more. Semi-Private, 9 holes, Par 35
Amazing sandy beaches abound: Crescent Beach,Carter Beach, Hirtles Beach, Queensland Beach and Summerville Beach are just a few.
Relax on arrival with a chilled complimentary bottle of wine as you enjoy the view from the verandah. For you convenience the kitchen is stocked with coffee, tea, cocoa,sugar, brown sugar, spices, flour, oats, rice and cooking oil. Soap,body wash, dish soap, laundry detergent, cling wrap, foil, bin bags are included.
Lunenburg is the best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America. Established in 1753, it has retained its original layout and overall appearance, based on a rectangular grid pattern drawn up in the home country. The inhabitants have managed to safeguard the city's identity throughout the centuries by preserving the wooden architecture of the houses some of which date from the 18th century. There are some 400 major buildings within the old town, 70 percent of them from the 18th and 19th centuries, almost all of them wood, and many colourfully painted.
Other Activities: Early North American settler museums and forts, maritime museum
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