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Recent Nova Scotia reviews

  • Peaceful and quiet retreat

    "Singing Pebbles gave us all we were looking for: lovely and clean studio, breath taking views of the Atlantic, warm welcome by host, beautiful property-peaceful and quiet retreat- we loved our time spent there!!!"
    Guest: world travelers Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 22, 2014
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  • great quiet location - cozy well appointed cottage.

    "If you're looking for a great little cottage in the heart of Chester, this is it. A short walk to the water, the kids can swim in the community pool, grab an ice cream and watch the sailboats rolling by. Perfectly maintained, there is a nice big backyard and a deck with bbq. This is a great house for a family to experience all that Chester has to offer."
    Guest: Bluenoser Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 30, 2014
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  • A Sweetheart of a Place

    "Far Far Away Guesthouse is comfortable, cozy and uniquely styled- we enjoyed the decor and artwork. Jay was sweet to leave us a card and bottle of wine as I mentioned it was our anniversary. He was easy to communicate with, very laid back, and overall the perfect host. The cottage is well stocked with extras and some basic food supplies- coffee, sugar, etc, so there is very little one would need to run to the store to get. Close to Mahone Bay (Mug & Anchor restaurant, Jennifer's Bakery are MUSTS) and Chester Basin, (The Galley was wonderful/romantic). The Chester Connector trail goes over the Gold River and along the old train route- we found the area breathtaking. The beauty of this spot is it's out-of-the-way location, while being close to everything one comes to Nova Scotia to see. Caveats: The bathroom is quite cramped, but we managed. The water pump was so loud I didn't wish to flush the toilet or take an early morning shower because I didn't wish to awaken my partner. But I wouldn't hestitate to come back to visit again- I'd just bring earplugs for my honey. It fit with our style of traveling- a base camp for our explorations. It's less than an hour from Ross Farm Museum up Route 12, Martock (OnTree Park) up route 14 and Halifax, up highway 103."
    Guest: DanerSays Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
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  • Picturesque village, crisp breeze, breathtaking sunset

    "My wife and I arrived to the sleepy little village of Prospect early in the morning to find our "home" for the week cozy and impeccably kept. The cottage is nestled just on the edge of the bay with a glorious view of the water. Whether you are looking to see the sights or relax by the fireplace on the chilly nights, Marshwind offers a little bit of something for everyone. Plenty of places nearby to purchase local food for those who like to cook, and a variety of restaurants in nearby Halifax, for those who prefer to leave the dishes to someone else. The owner was most helpful from start to finish and provided insider tips for our stay. Without a doubt, we plan to re-visit Marshwind."
    Guest: Michael M. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 4, 2014
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