Getting Here

where to find us

We’re glad you found us online here at now we just need to get you to our sweet little spot on the planet! There are plenty of ways to arrive – so just click on the directions given your preferred mode of transportation and we’ll see you when you get here!

If you’re driving to our Seaside Village you can take the fast route via Highway 103 (take Exit 7 if you’re en route from Halifax or Exit 8 if you’re heading up from Yarmouth). Of course, for a truly scenic experience we highly recommend taking the Lighthouse Route along the coast – we’re right along the way. You can find a road map of Nova Scotia here.

We’re here to welcome you all year round but it’s fair to say our road conditions change with the season be sure to check with the Provincial site here and travel safely.

We’re only 3 hours away from the Confederation Bridge so if you’re on Prince Edward Island be sure to include us in your Maritime adventure. For driving directions click here.

If you’re headed this way from Cape Breton we’re about 3hrs 15mins from the Canso Causeway. For those driving directions click here.

If you’re arriving via Halifax Stanfield International Airport YHZ you’re just about an hour’s drive away (78km/48miles).

For driving directions click here.

For all the details on Halifax Stanfield including Arrival and Departure information – visit their official website

Plenty of folks take the ferry to get here – just click on the route below to be connected with the travel details you require.

Bar Harbor, Maine to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (approx 243km/ 151miles away)

Wood Islands, PEI to Caribou, Nova Scotia (approx 215 km/ 136miles away)

Saint John, New Brunswick to Digby, Nova Scotia (approx 171km/ 106miles away)

And if two wheels are more your speed then you’ll be happy to know we’re located right along the Rum Runners Trail.

For more details on that route click here.

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