When to Choose a Bed and Breakfast

Special thanks to Sharon Tillman, a fellow Innkeeper, Georges on York, in Taneytown, Maryland, for sharing this excerpt from her website. Web-link is underlined above. The nature of Inns and B&B's is that they're unique, as unique as the architecture, layout, location and history and as unique as the Innkeepers that own and operate them. As artisans, we share our virtual tapestry, each, in our unique style and palette of colour. Pride of purpose, love of people and a belief that anything worth doing is worth doing well, are all among the attributes we strive to accomplish. You may have observed that B&B Innkeepers are a bit of a fraternity or sorority helping one another, help you, as a ho

Who Knew?

Not trivial by any means. The thinking that ‘we are what we eat’ extends to how we live, in many ways, premonitions of how we come to live, how we live now and ultimately, how our children’s children will live in the future. Rail fan: The railway extended along the South Shore to Yarmouth serving communities all along the way bringing animal feed, food and so much more. Transporting passengers was often part of the service. Did you know that prior to being taken over by Canadian National railways the line was known as ‘Halifax and South Western Railway’? Nova Scotia has a rich (really …not so ‘rich’ Railway History). In my minds eye I can still see and feel the overwhelming impact of a big

Where History Meets Hospitality is a blog about all things Nova Scotian with significant focus on Shelburne & Shelburne County Areas of Nova Scotia's South Western Shore.

Learn about the history, the people and the synergies that make this place we call home...'home'. Sometimes it will be for too short visits. Other times it may be something more extended.

Our readers are invited to comment and add ideas and observations or perhaps be a guest contributor.

Noting points of special interests, activities and events, people, food, music...the list goes on.

And perhaps you'll help us understand and explain the synergies that often contribute to the 'Calm' each of our lives  hopefully knows and appreciates.

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