Nova Scotia's premiere Eco-Lodge and Wilderness Resort
, embedded within the Tobeatic Wilderness Area, part of the Southern Nova Scotia Biosphere Reserve just half an hour from the International Ferry Terminal & International Airport in Yarmouth, and 3 hours by car from Halifax International Airport. Enjoy canoes, kayaks, hiking, mountain bikes, lake & river swimming, sauna, outdoor wood-fired hot tub, in-room massage, cooking lessons and gourmet cuisine. Visit various coastal areas and golf courses with ease.
The only Relais & Chateaux property in Nova Scotia, the Great Lodge provides four categories of rooms, all extremely well appointed and all with water views: The Granite Suite, Fireplace Junior Suites, Acadian Junior Suite, and Deluxe Junior Suites, which have either a single queen or two double beds. Each guest suite has its own name and special character, like the Tusket Junior Suite with a hand cut black granite fireplace and French door leading to a balcony overlooking the Tusket River. We also rent Black Bear Cottage (2 bedroom house on East Meadow Lake) and romantic Cub Cottage. River Bend Lodge has 3 rooms and one suite that can be rented either individually or as a whole for groups. Trout Point has earned 4.5 stars from Canada Select, a national rating agency. (4 Stars: Exceptional accommodations with an extensive range of facilities, guest amenities and services. Half stars are awarded to properties whose overall quality of facilities exceeds their specific category star rating.) In addition, the Trout Point Lodge is inspected and recommended by Conde Nast Johansens.
Trout Point follows sustainable tourism practices and offers cross-ventilation and ceiling fans in all rooms, with no air-conditioning. Main lodge rooms have individual DVD players but no televisions, as well as CD players and direct-dial telephones. Cottages feature WiFi Internet and satellite television.
The Great Lodge has seven spacious junior suites and one full suite, all with full bath, local Acadian-made log & twig furniture including sofas or love seats, one queen or two double beds, handmade rugs, handcrafted log walls and beam ceilings, & original artwork. All rooms have river views & many have wood burning fireplaces or stoves. Decor includes Italian tile bathrooms, hand-knit rugs, & rustic wood or 100% wool carpet floors. Each room provides a writing desk and Bose CD/radio, telephone, ceiling fan, and individual DVD player. The Great Room, porches, patios, decks, breezeways, & mezzanine library provide space for relaxing & enjoying the pristine woods, wildlife, & water surrounding you.
The Dining Room restuarant
Napier Club restaurant
Conference & meeting for up to 36
120+ selection wine list: Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2009 & 2010
River swimming area, floating docks
In the cottages: satellite TV and WiFi
Guided hiking & kayaking
Limited room service
Great Room Cafe
Cooking classes & culinary vacations
Policies & Restrictions
No smoking indoors
Some rooms allow pets
Strict cancellation policy
Rates & Availability
From $205 per night, double occupancy plus service and tax
From deep within the backwoods of the Tobeatic Wilderness, Trout Point offers serenity & comfort without pretension. Serenity, stillness, and the enjoyment of nature are the essence of the Trout Point Lodge guest experience. The Great Lodge and surrounding grounds offer plenty of space to sit, converse with others, curl up with a book, or simply take in the beauty of nature. Well behaved children only are welcome. After parking your car upon arrival, you will find no other motorized vehicles on land or water at Trout Point or in the adjoining Tobeatic Wilderness Area.
Off Hwy 203, which runs between Carleton and Shelburne, in Yarmouth County.
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