Front of the hotel across river.
Sunset on front lawn.
Downtown Liverpool, though long on history, is short on accommodations, so this 200-year-old inn, once occupied by famed privateer Captain Joseph Barss, is a fortunate find, and most of its comfortable rooms have a river or harbor view. The property also has a restaurant serving Canadian fare, a pub where you can hear live music on many weekends, a bookstore/café, a specialty-food shop, and a two-level stone patio overlooking the Mersey River. Lane's is within 15 km (9
miles) of Kejimkujik National Park–Seaside.