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Harbourview Inn, an historic Nova Scotia bed and breakfast nestled among the beautiful oaks, white birch, and elms of Smith's Cove is truly a quiet refuge. Rated with four stars by Canada Select, Harbourview is located near Digby, Nova Scotia on Canada's east coast in one of the most historic and scenic areas of Nova Scotia. Guests love the warm hospitality, the beautiful rooms, complimentary breakfasts, and free wireless internet service.
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This is in a great location, over looking the bay. The Inn has a good parking area and
Only ten minutes away from the ferry terminal. So ideal for stopping off, catching the ferry or arriving from the ferry. Down very quiet roads, yet only...More
Lovely hosts, helpfully suggested places for dinner, checked on our whale-watching trip for us.The Inn has a narrow ocean view, is situated off the road in a quiet position, has lovely gardens. Our room was in the extension which is all at ground level. It...More
Driving from the Halifax airport, we arrived at the Harbourview Inn in late afternoon. We were greeted by the innkeeper and enjoyed the nicely decorated interior of the Inn. Our room was quiet, very clean and comfortable. We enjoyed a walk down to the beach...More
Inn Keepers aim to please their guests, All the staff do. My mom and I always stay in Suite 20. Very accommodating to our needs, quiet and private. Lots of room for company too. Always love the breakfast. Enjoy meeting the guests who come from...More
Enjoyed this B&B in Smith's Cove, just outside of Digby, Nova Scotia. It is historic - originally built in 1899 and when the war arose and travel greatly reduced, it was used to house troops (WWII). They have set the rooms up well - more...More