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This is an immaculately run establishment, which has been carefully restored and decorated for the guests´maximum comfort. It is suberbly located in the picturesque part of town and Robin, the host, is most helpful. The breakfasts are plentiful and delicious and exquisitely presented
This is a lovely place to rest your touring body after a day of climbing up and down the hilly & charming streets of Lunenburg. Everything in the guest room was perfectly thought through and delivered with high style. The bed was just excellent and...More
Can we give the Wellshire six stars? We were here for four nights in June and we enjoyed every minute. Robin is a great host who made us feel right at home. Our room was very comfortable, the breakfasts were fantastic, and it was fun...More
I'm not sure why I knew beforehand that this would be the highlight of our B&B stays in Nova Scotia, but I did. Maybe it was the photos online, maybe it was what others had written about it, maybe it was that there are only...More
We stayed in this lovely B&B for two nights. It was very cute and the owner, Robin was very helpful in answering all our touristy questions. The breakfast was delicious and you chose from a menu each day which was a very nice touch. The...More
Thank you for asking. In the off season (October to May inclusive) room 1 rate is $145 CAD + 15% HST and room 2 is $130 + HST. During the high season (June to September) room 1 rate is $160 CAD 15% HST and room 2 rate is... More
Thank you for asking. In the off season (October to May inclusive) room 1 rate is $145 CAD + 15% HST and room 2 is $130 + HST. During the high season (June to September) room 1 rate is $160 CAD 15% HST and room 2 rate is $145 + 15% HST. For information on booking you can contact me at my email address or by phone given at the top of Trip Advisor page for the Wellshire.
Robin E. Crickmer