This spotless, sunny, upper floor apartment in our recently built hacienda-style property, has its own private entrance and stairs. Lovely views over garden and village park from the windows and private deck; guests are welcome to stroll the property grounds with its riverside views. Free parking is provided onsite. Apartment features cathedral ceilings and cork floors in main area, ceramic tiles in bathroom and utility area, new carpet in bedroom and on stairs. It offers a full kitchen (fridge, stove, oven, kettle, microwave, toaster, dishes, pots, utensils, etc.); separate bedroom with double bed, large closet, all linens and towels supplied; full bathroom (bathtub with shower); washer and dryer in utility area; open concept dining/living/reading area, including satellite TV and wi-fi, and a range of information on local attractions and activities. Ideal holiday accommodation for one couple with potential for third person on day bed in living area. Please Note: due to the stairs, this apartment is not wheelchair accessible, and it is strictly no smoking (of any kind) and no pets. Also, initial VRBO price quotes may be in US dollars, and reflect a low season average; please enter your dates and check to see the actual price in $CAN or other currency when you enter your dates.
From this comfortable and convenient base you can explore all the amenities of the region: five minutes stroll to the varied Canning village craft shops, spa, restaurants, supermarket, liquor store, pharmacy, hardware store, quaint library and heritage centre, riverside park and children's playground. Five minutes drive to Blomindon winery, the beaches of Kingsport and Medford, the spectacular Look-Off, and famous Bay of Fundy tides; 10 minutes drive to Blomidon provincial park, Ross Creek Centre for the Arts and unique outdoor summer theatre. 15-20 minutes drive to Wolfville, Acadia University, pubs, gourmet restaurants, movie theatres, live music, farmers markets, Grand Pré historic Acadian Centre, winery tours, Hall’s Harbour lobster pound, Scott’s Bay beach-combing, and start of the hiking trail to dramatic Cape Split. Excellent cycling country, exceptionally good birding and eagle-watching; miles of unspoiled beaches, unparalleled hiking along rugged terrain, or gentle strolling through vineyards, orchards, and historic Acadian dykelands. Try sea-kyaking, canoeing on the lakes, tubing down the Gasperau river, or simply enjoying a glass of wine, a tasty meal and a beautiful view at one of the many local restaurants. For more lively entertainment the are many festivals -- the famous Apple Blossom festival, Deep Roots music, summer theatre arts festivals, and more. Wonderful area for fall colours, harvest festivals and autumn food and wine celebrations, such as the international "Devour" Food Film Festival. We acknowledge with respect that this entire region is the traditional homeland of the M'ikMaq First Nation.
We are an hour and 15 minutes drive from Halifax International Airport, 2 hours from the Digby Ferry to St. John's, New Brunswick, 2 hours and 45 minutes drive from Yarmouth and the ferry to Portland, Maine. The regional hospital is in Kentville (15 minutes drive from Canning).