The LaHave River is a constant source of recreational activity at the Lighthouse Motel
. Motor boat, sailboat and kayaking enthusiasts are encouraged to use the floating docks and private beach. Photographers and painters will find the river a compelling source of inspiration.
The central location of the facility means there are always things to do on your Nova Scotia vacation – a cornucopia of cultural and recreational events and activities which expands a region renowned for its magnificent coastline and historic towns and villages. There are beaches galore, lighthouses and museums to explore, and charming towns to visit along the winding roads of Nova Scotia's Lighthouse Route. Risser’s Beach, The LaHave River Yacht Club, Mosher’s Point, Fort Point Lighthouse, The Osprey Golf Club, Kejimkujik National Park and Seaside Adjunct, the seaside towns of Mahone Bay and Lunenburg are just a few of the memorable destinations within a short drive of the Lighthouse Motel.
There are 14 rooms at the Lighthouse Motel, each includes a TV, clock radio, four piece bath, towels, linens and other basics; public phone on site. Included among your accommodation options are three waterfront rentals (separate from the motel complex) which hug the banks of the LaHave River, near Bridgewater, in South West Nova Scotia.
9 rooms have kitchenettes, many with flatscreen TV's