Lunenburg Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 3 Bedrooms, 1.00 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Relax...and feel the comfort of this Craftsman style home surround you as you settle into the classic elegance of this delightful 3-bedroom cottage.
Located on the shore of the LaHave River that flows into the Atlantic Ocean, you can unwind on the expansive deck and watch the boats go by. Have your camera or sketch pad ready to capture the ever-changing views of the waterfront and surrounding area.
Life slows down and spectacular sunrises will play out before you as you find time for conversation and reflection. Situated on a very private point, home to one of Canada's National Historic Sites, former site of Fort Sainte Marie de Grace, established in 1632 as the first capital of Acadia, now Fort Point Museum.
The area offers privacy and seclusion with easy access to the La Have Ferry. This area is noted for it's craft shops, kayak rentals, and hiking trails, as well as fresh lobsters from the local community stores. The famous LaHave Bakery serving delicious bake goods and fresh foods is a 5-minute walk away.
Fort Point Cottage is an immaculate home that radiates charm, comfort and its' owners commitment to tasteful renovation.
The main floor comprises an inviting living room with hardwood floor, large windows and great light. Prepare lobster feasts and other Maritime seafood pleasures in the well equipped kitchen with family room and dining area overlooking the waterfront. Upstairs are three well designed and comfortably furnished bedrooms and large bathroom.
An eight minute drive will take you to two of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Nova Scotia; Crescent and Rissers Beach.
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Cottage Connection in Nova Scotia
The area offers privacy and seclusion and is noted for it's craft shops, kayak rentals, and hiking trails, as well as fresh lobsters from the local community store and a delicious bakery serving fresh organic foods. A short drive will take you to the communities of Lunenburg a UNESCO world heritage site, Mahone Bay and Chester.
Enjoy chartered boat tours, fishing, hiking, bicycling, whale/seal/dolphin watching, artist studios, antiques and galleries. If you're bring your own boat, you can arrange moorings and launching at the LaHave River Yacht Club or launch at the public boat launch on Bush Island.