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You will find unforgettable vacation experiences at Trout Point Lodge: a 5-star boutique hotel in Nova Scotia's pristine wilderness that offers comfortable accommodations, superb outdoor recreation, & outstanding cuisine. An unparalleled place for relaxation & enjoyment of the outdoors, Trout Point's 100 acre wooded estate borders the Tobeatic Wilderness Area & the pristine waters of the Tusket & Napier Rivers. Enjoy hiking, canoeing & kayaking, star gazing, mountain biking, cooking lessons, an outdoor barrel sauna, in-room massage, & wood-fired hot tub, swimming refreshing river water, & nature walks amidst wilderness splendor. A true eco-lodge, Trout Point has been praised by the National Geographic Society and awarded the Parks Canada Sustainable Tourism Award. Trout Point's authentic Atlantic Acadian cuisine is a highlight. Your stay includes gourmet Table d'hote meals--so just arrive in our serene world and relax with no further worries.
The most spacious rooming option in the Great Lodge has a woodburning fireplace, sitting area, queen bed, large bathroom with air-jet tub, and adjacent reading room with sofabed. River views, outside sitting area, nightly turndown service.
Nightly Rate: $229/$310
Spacious 3rd floor room with river views, full ensuite bath, log walls, 100% wool carpet, original artwork & handcrafted furniture. Jotul wood stove, desk, and half cathedral ceiling. Queen bed. Turn-down service. Indiv. DVD player.
Nightly Rate: $269/$169
A spacious room with river views, half cathedral ceiling, full en-suite bath, wood floors, rugs, indiv. DVD player. Full bath with windows and deep 5' tub. 2 Queen beds.
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2 bedroom, spacious house including cathedral ceiling living room w/ fireplace, full kitchen, 2 bathrooms, sun porch, & deck. Overlooking East Meadow Lake. 1 queen and 2 double beds. 15 minute walk to the Great Lodge. Daily maid service. WiFi & Sat TV
Nightly Rate: $459/$329
A spacious room with log walls, 100% natural color wool carpet, river views, original artwork and handcrafted furniture, indiv. DVD player. Half cathedral ceiling. Full bath with windows & deep 5'tub. 2 double beds. Turn down service.
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A tastefully decorated ground-level room with full ensuite bath, wood floors, river views, French door to outside with sitting area. River views. 2 double beds. NOTE: This room is not in the main lodge.
Nightly Rate: $259/$199
Ground floor Junior Suite with dovetailed log bay window, scenic river view, sitting area w/ leather chairs, ind DVD player, original artwork, wood floors w/ rugs, 2 double beds, French door to front porch. Full bath with deep 6' tub. Turn-down service.
Nightly Rate: $299/$199
Romantic 1-bedroom cottage on East Meadow Lake. Hand-carved king bed bedroom with balcony, bathroom w/ air-jet tub, full kitchen, living room, Sat TV & DVD player, woodstove, deck & boardwalks. Wifi.
Nightly Rate: $459/$329
Spacious deluxe room with a king bed, hardwood floors, loveseat, and an outdoor sitting area. Full ensuite tumbled marble bath with deep 6' tub. Flat screen TV w/ DVD player. On the ground floor with river views. (Room not in the main lodge). Turndown service. Maximum Occupancy: 2
Nightly Rate: $279/$199
5 on December 25, 2013
Un endroit de rêve, chambre, service, confort, riviere, forêt, tout parfait. L'environnement est exceptionnel avec des promenades revigorantes. Les plus: situation exceptionnelle, vue des chambres envoutantes, accès direct à la nature, service souriant et compétent, très bons concierges chambre confortables et bien équipées, la qualité de la nourriture dans un pays qui n'est pas réputé pour sa gastronomie!
5 on October 25, 2013
This Lodge gives great service and provisions great food. It's not cheap, but well worth it for the unique experience--it's a great hideaway spot distinct from the Nova Scotia seacoast. The surrounding forest and river is gorgeous. We liked the food so much, we decided to stay an extra night. Shrimp gumbo--amazing! Trout almandine to die for! Desserts simple and delicious. Be aware that this place is isolated--not truly near any towns. You can get to the coast in about 40 minutes.
5 on October 16, 2013
We've travelled the world, lived in several countries, and have stayed in some truly world class hotels in our day. The Trout Point is one of the best.... if not THE best... places we've ever stayed at. A remarkable blend of outdoor ambience and luxury. If you're in the area, don't miss it. It's pretty remote, so I would want to allow at least 3 nights, preferably 5, to get the full impact. Congrats to the management and staff for creating this gem!
5 on August 24, 2013
Trout point provided the absolute best service and comfort of any inn we visited in the Atlantic Canada trip. Service, including before and at meal time was always superb, never stuffy. There was music before supper, including one night where a local Acadian musician played for an hour! Most entertaining! The kitchen was completely accommodating to a food allergy and this was the only true "cuisine" we sampled in Nova Scotia--perfectly cooked seafood, amazing soups, and mouth watering desserts. They also use lots of local and organic ingredients, including delicious homemade pastas featuring wild mushrooms like chanterelles. The rooms are very spacious and feature beautiful views of the rushing river outside the Lodge. Everything is done in a rustic style, but with immense taste--from the Tiffany and Craftsman lamps to the hand hewn log walls. A unique small luxury hotel.
5 on July 21, 2013
The accommodations were clean and comfortable. We had a full range of activities to pursue--kayaking, swimming, hiking, mountain biking. The cuisine, though, was the real standout. Amazing! We even went night time star gazing with Michael.
Tobeatic Wilderness Area, Tusket River, Countryside, Lakeside
Halifax, NS, Canada (YHZ) 200 miles
Take Hwy 103 south to the 2nd Shelburne exit and turn inland on Hwy. 203.
Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Cape Forchu, Acadian Shores, Indian Fields Provincial Park, Shelburne 18th century historic district, River, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Guided kayaking, star gazing, hiking, and fishing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming
Board games, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Library, Secretarial services, Videos, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service
Occitane amenities, River views from every room, Handcrafted furniture, 180+ selection Wine List, 2 dining venues
Trout Point Lodge, Limited
English, French, Spanish
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Digby Scallops & Crab Ravigote
A Creole classic using fresh scallops & crab with a sauce of cream, shallots, and cognac.
$CAD 239 now
Book 4 nights in selected main lodge rooms and get 25% off. You must purchase half board each day. Based on double occupancy. Now good for the entire 2013 season!