Does Every Story Have an Inn


The Cooper's Inn B&B is a Proud Member of the Inns of Nova Scotia

What happens when a collection of Inns join hands and collaborate to showcase communities in Nova Scotia and beyond?

As a leisure or business traveler you get to celebrate the passion of a remarkable collection of hosts who believe in Maritime Canadian hospitality, like no one else.

No matter where your business or leisure travels take you in Nova Scotia, you're not far from one of these unique Inns. Gateway locations, like Saint John, NB have associate membership too.

How do these Inns differentiate themselves among all the wonderful B&B's you might choose to visit? The association itself is a starting point. It provides an opportunity to connect with more people like you and, in turn, for each of us to connect more of you with one or more of us. It has a family vibe.

There's now a way for you to more easily plan your travels based on a centralized booking access. Many of our Inns availability can be accessed from one central booking program. Because it's brand new, some of our Inns have yet to finalize the process. The intent is to have this resolved before next season. In the meantime get out your planner and start making notes for 2019. Connect here.

All Inns of Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfast Inns offer en-suite or private baths. Each offers breakfast service. Add the professionalism of our Innkeepers. We're dedicated to assuring comfortable and pleasant stays. You're welcomed in our homes as valued and treasured Guests.

A few of our Inns offer both breakfast and dinner service. Room numbers vary though all rooms have en-suite or private bath and offer breakfast service. Each Inn B&B must meet the regulations dictated by the Tourism Sector in our home province.

Inns, B&B's are independently owned and operated. Individual character, a unique guest experience, pleasant ambience and a comfortable atmosphere collectively round out our character.

Country Inns must maintain a minimum Canada Select 3.5 Star rating or higher and Bed and Breakfast Inns must be Canada Select 4 Star or higher rated or AAA 3 Diamond or equivalent.

You'll appreciate that each of these Inns, is in some manner, uniquely a special place for you to call home, if only for a night. A night is rarely long enough.

Now to get more familiar with each of our Inns.

Waverley Inn is situated on Barrington Street in downtown Halifax. It's a wonderful old property with a sense of style and elegance that reminds you that you're visiting Halifax today yet have the feeling that you could have visited many yesterdays ago. Visit here.

The Cooper's Inn is next on the circuit. You're here already so I'll link you back to our Cover page if you'd like to explore more now.

The route to Yarmouth takes you though many wonderful Acadian fishing villages and in due course will find you at the front door of the

MacKinnon-Cann Inn. This Victorian was built in 1887 as a private home. It's rooms are themed to characterize 8 decades of family ownership. What decade would you like to visit. Discover more here.

In Digby you'll find Summer's Country Inn on Warwick Street. When visiting

the home of the world famous Digby Scallops or establishing a home base for Whale Watching down scenic Digby Neck this may be the perfect spot to call home. Learn more here.

Follow the Annapolis Basin Shoreline to Harbourview Road in Smith's Cove and you'll find Harbourview Inn. Well named, eh! A grand property on Smith's Cove. Beaches and trails are just minutes from the front door. You can feel the history all around you. Take a look here.

Annapolis Royal is home to Garrison House Inn. It's just across the road

from Fort Anne National Historic S