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Step back in time and experience Nova Scotia’s Railway heritage, brought to life in this award winning country inn. Accommodations are located in private railway cars which have been developed into deluxe suites with all the modern amenities from fireplaces, king beds and air conditioning. We also have rooms in the former Stationmaster's residence on the second floor of the Train Station. You can dine in our Railway Dining Car, enjoy your favourite drink in the observation lounge of the Vice Royal Railway Car "Alexandra" or relax in the railway museum café in the train station. Don't forget to explore our "funky" gift shop and take a stroll on the old rail bed now the Trans Canada Trail that follows along the Tatamagouche Bay passing the Creamery Square and Tatamagouche Grain Elevator Village.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-Smoking Hotel
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We really enjoyed our overnight in the caboose. It was surprisingly spacious (except the sink/toilet area). Everything was clean and appeared to be in good condition. The a/c was already turned on when we arrived and it was comfortably cool. We enjoyed a little hike where the
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The train cars are totally renovated into upscale lodging. My son especially enjoyed sleeping in the loft. Our train car even had a kitchenette, and was air conditioned. We really enjoyed this unique lodging experience. The home-cooked breakfast in the restaurant made it perf
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Once again, we were in caboose #10. We also like #6 and they are quite different from each other. I imagine that each caboose is unique, but am accustomed to a nice sitting room with futon and small dining table with chairs and simple kitchenette. The bath is small, but complete
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My husband and I stayed in one of the train cars. Absolutely the best experience. Bed was so comfortable, full shower and bathroom also A/C unit. Small refigerator and cable TV. This area has somthing for everyone and restraunts for all budgets. The station serves a wonderful sim
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My husband found this unique place t stay while we were planning our trip to Canada and the US. He thought it would be lots of fun for our children and grandchildren to experience sleeping in old renovated train carriages. He was right. What a delightful place this man has create
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Outside Caboose no.9
Our fave Caboose no. 9
Two rooms, one with twins, separated by the washroom,shower, cupola sitting area above
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Here is the bedroom with a view into the bathroom
Hello -- we are a retired American Navy couple who travel with two well-behaved mini schnauzer dogs. Is the train station pet friendly? Do you have a train car bedroom available Oct 20-21? Thank you. We find your lodging amongst the most beautiiful and fascinating we have ever seen -- and in our long lives we've traveled and lived all over the world. We hopefully look forward to your reply. Thank you, Bruce & Nancy Valley, Rye, NH, USA.
Yes, pet friendly for a minimal fee (to my recollection)
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"We liked the caboose."
"Beware; getting into the dining or accommodation cars means climbing train car steps. Well worth it, but very steep."
"Don't choose #5 Other railcars must be much better for the Inn to get such positive reviews."
"Take the last caboose in the line if it's available - although wifi is less reliable the further you are down the line."
"did not overnight, just ate at the dining car."
US$106 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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