We stayed for 5 nights at this delightful inn to tour Nova Scotia and visit friends.
The inn is cosy, clean and welcoming with extremely comfortable beds. The owner Suzy was extremely kind and our breakfasts were a 'tour de force'. We got up every morning eagerly awaiting the day's super surprise that was breakfast. From quesadillas (sp?) to banana pancakes it was always accompanied by luscious seasonal fruits and home made jams.
If you you are looking for a lovely spot to get the flavour of Nova Scotia and a very friendly and helpful host who is Cordon Blue trained then you should stay at the Mecklenburg Inn in Chester.More