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Featuring a fine dining restaurant onsite, this elegant inn is styled in timeless antiques and nestled on 8 manicured acres. Marshlands Inn is a very nice, quaint, historic inn, with each room beautifully decorated and appointed nicely. The owner (staff) was very nice and friendly.
Located less than 5 minutes’ drive from the Bay of Fundy, this Amherst inn offers beautiful views of the shoreline. Free WiFi access is available. Beds are full queens. Rooms are old but clean and big. Right beside the highway so perfect for a one night stop and continuing to the rest of Nova Scotia.
Offering easy access to the Trans Canada Highway and the shopping of Amherst, Nova Scotia, this hotel offers spacious guestrooms with convenient amenities as well as friendly services. Clean room, comfortable bed, nice sheets, has on-site laundry service
Just 0.6 mi from the Bay of Fundy, Hopewell Rocks Motel & Country Inn features free Wi-Fi, playground and an outdoor heated pool surrounded by sunbeds. The bedroom was comfortable, staff were friendly, breakfast wasn't fancy but adequate for our needs, location, next to the entry to Hopewell rocks, superb. Overall good value for money.
Sackville is my home town. I came back here because my brother passed away and everyone here was so wonderful and kind. The people are friendly, the town is easy to navigate, and there are good places to eat: everything from Pizza Delight to McDonalds to Pattersons Restaurant to the luxury dining room at the Marshlands. And our visit was in the dead of winter, too! Much more to do in summer: Waterfowl park, a beautiful University campus to explore, and lush farmland. Winter-lovers would enjoy exploring the trails out Walker road, on snowshoes or skis, skating on Silver Lake, or just walking the sidewalks of the town and greeting people.
Great tour of the Carriage Shop Museum, and really enjoyed the Waterfowl Refuge 3.5 KM boardwalk through the marshes. Painted Pony pub had better food than most pubs. University town with many older heritage homes.
The University Campus is impressive. Crane wood where we had lunch was great - wonderful food and excellent service. Bloom - a flower and gift shop had a few unique features too. Only difficulty was with street signs where one sign only made it difficult to follow.
We were in Sackville to do some historical research on our family. Unfortunately the museum did not open before we had to leave at mid afternoon despite the sign on the door saying "return at 10:00" The ladies at the info centre were quite helpful, though.
Great stop-over on birding trip around the maritimes. Nice small college towm atmsotphere. Local wildlife ponds were unexpectedly large and well manged which meant we woud have stayed longer is prior schedule commitments has allowed.
Sackville is a small (population 5,400) rural town with limited restaurants and diversions. It is, however, the host to an excellent liberal arts university (Mt. Allison University) and a wonderful network of walks through salt marshes that makes bird watching ideal. It has just one hotel that charges, due to a lack of competition, exorbitant rates for what you get. Most visitors stay in Moncton, NB about a 30 minute drive away -- better hotels, restaurants, theatre, business offerings. The residents of Sackville were, however, exceptionally friendly and welcoming and really true Maritimers.
Marshlands Inn is a very nice, quaint, historic inn, with each room beautifully decorated and appointed nicely. The owner (staff) was very nice and friendly.
Great staff.. Close to everything