- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- Sleeps 4
Description from the manager
Originally built in 1850 by Captain George McLean, as a carriage house for the neighbouring property, this attractive cottage has been completely renovated and restored, retaining its original charm and character, with wide pine floorboards and tall baseboards.
A traditional floor plan, the house features two bedrooms and a 4-piece bathroom upstairs. The large master bedroom has a queen size bed, while the second bedroom has two twin beds. Both rooms have plenty of closet space, antique dressers and views of the garden and the harbour.
Downstairs is comprised of a large fully equipped, eat-in kitchen, living room and separate dining room. ...Read more
Captain McLean's Carriage House, Shelburne, NS
Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada
Additional Location Information
Captain McLean’s Carriage House is located in the picturesque harbour town of Shelburne on Nova Scotia’s famous Lighthouse Coast. It is exactly 100 of my steps from the front door of this delightful carriage house to the Shelburne Harbour waterfront.
Shelburne Harbour is perhaps the most picturesque harbour in all of Nova Scotia. Over 16 kms long, this large, natural deep-water harbour is undeveloped and unspoiled by industry or shipping. The harbour supports a few small fishing villages, the town of Shelburne, some lobster fishing wharfs, a yacht club and a number of beautiful beaches. Across the harbour from the Carriage House is Islands Provincial Park – a protected park land of that is well treed and a favourite walk for locals. Because the cottage is located on this quiet harbour, the waterfront is suitable for launching a kayak.
Last updated on March 01, 2015
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- Towels Provided
- Hair dryer
Phone / Internet
- Internet Access
- DVD Player
- Satellite or cable TV
- Pet friendly - no
- Smoking allowed - no
- Suitable for children - ask
- Suitable for the elderly - ask
- Wheelchair accessible - ask