South Shore and Annapolis Valley Hotels


Brier Island Lodge and Restaurant

At a Glance


  • whale-watching tours
  • on-site gift shop


  • motel-quality rooms
  • main lodge rooms lack ocean views
  • shaky Internet connection
  • breakfast not included in off-season

Brier Island Lodge and Restaurant Review

Atop a bluff at Nova Scotia's most westerly point, this three-building complex commands a panoramic view of the Bay of Fundy. Rooms are comfortable enough and most overlook the water, but you'll likely spend the bulk of your time outside. Whale- and bird-watching and hiking are the top activities; closer to home there are hens, goats, sheep, and some friendly dogs to delight children. Seafood is a specialty in the attractive restaurant, which also serves breakfast and packs box lunches for day-trippers.

    Hotel Details

  • 40 rooms
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals, no meals, all meals.
  • Closed Nov.–Apr.
Updated: 11-15-2013

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