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Seawind Landing Country Inn Information

Description

Located on 25 spectacular oceanfront acres, Seawind Landing Country Inn is your destination of choice for a perfect sea-side getaway. The inn is located on the Eastern Shore in the historic Acadian village of Charlos Cove, about half way between Halifax and the Cabot Trail along the Marine Drive, one of the province's most scenic coastal routes. The property is bordered on three sides by water and beachcombers will find plenty to see and do along the 1.6 km of shoreline surrounding the inn. For the adventurous, there is even a small island directly in front of the property which is accessible at low tide. Whether your idea of a perfect day involves sitting on a deck overlooking the waters of Tor Bay, exploring local museums and shops, or sampling some of the best and always freshest fare offered up by the Atlantic, Seawind Landing has something for you. Our sea-side dining room serves breakfast and dinner daily, with licensed dining open to the public. Our menu features unique offerings like Blueberry Stuffed French Toast Brulée for breakfast, or try any of a number of locally sourced seafood delights. Everything we serve, from our ancient grains granola to our dinner bread and desserts, is freshly made in-house and our dining room has become a favourite with foodies far and near. And of course, we are happy to cater to any of your dietary needs. Seawind Landing's 13 guest rooms are each equipped with private 4-piece bathrooms; some have second-floor balconies with panoramic ocean views. The rooms all have large flat screen televisions and free satellite TV and WiFi.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Books, DVD, games
  • Free WiFi internet
  • Restaurant
  • Shop/boutique
  • Garden
  • Specially appointed rooms
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Pet(s) live on property
  • Breakfast served in restaurant

Parking

  • Free parking

Dining

  • Cooked breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Breakfast

Activities and Experiences

  • Bird watching
  • Fishing
  • Art galleries & museums
  • Walking
  • Beach activities
  • Card, board, video games
  • Games, chess, cards
  • Group parties
  • History/science museums
  • Retreat
  • Wild life
  • Hiking

Accessibility

Evening Primrose and Morning Glory are wheelchair accessible. The only restriction is that the ensuite bathroom has a bathtub.

Policies

Check in: 3:00 PM till 10:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Child Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: Pets by arrangement
Accommodation type: Inn
Booking Terms and Conditions

Directions

  • Road from Halifax Airport via TransCanada (Fastest Route) (280.0 Km)

    From Halifax and points west, the fast route is via the Trans Canada Hwy 104 East to Exit 37 at Monastery. 

    From Exit 37, turn left onto Highway 4 for a brief time before turning right onto Highway 16, through Boylston and Guysborough. After passing through Guysborough and past the gas station, take the road signed to Larry’s River on the right. 

    Follow Larry’s River Road for about 25 minutes to a T-intersection. Turn left over the one lane bridge and drive another 5 kilometeres to Charlos Cove. Continue through Charlos Cove to our sign at the top of Wharf Road. Turn onto Wharf Road (gravel) and continue down the hill to the wharf then left to the end of the road where you will find Seawind Landing.


  • Road from Halifax/Dartmouth (Scenic route) (290.0 Km)

    For those with a little more time and a desire for adventure, Highway 7 from Dartmouth is the starting point of the Marine Drive and your gateway to the Eastern Shore. Although there isn’t a traffic light between Dartmouth and Port Hawkesbury, you will find plenty of reasons to stop and admire the view. 


    Highway 7 winds its way past numerous Eastern Shore villages and after about three hours (190 km) you will come to Sherbrooke Village. With a rest stop here, continue on Highway 7, just past Sherbrooke, to a right turn onto Highway 211 to Port Bickerton and to the Country Harbour Ferry. Just after your turn onto Highway 211, look for the sign indicating the status of the ferry just to confirm that it is operating. The ferry departs the west side on the half hour until July then runs every half hour until September 30th. The ferry costs $7.00 (cash only) and is worth the trip. 

    At an intersection just a few minutes after leaving the ferry, turn right (east) towards Goldboro on Highway 316. About 45 minutes later you will come to the village of Larry’s River. At the far side of Larry’s River, keep to the right at the intersection, over a narrow bridge and then on until you come to Charlos Cove.

    Continue through Charlos Cove to our sign at the top of Wharf Road. Turn right onto Wharf Road (gravel) and continue down the hill to the wharf then left to the end of your journey, for now!

    If you’ve missed the ferry, or prefer to drive, continue along Highway 7 until you reach Highway 348 at Melrose – Country Harbour Cross Roads (about 10 minutes). Turn right onto Highway 348 and continue for about 10 minutes until you reach Highway 316 (at the stop sign at Cross Roads Country Harbour). Turn right onto Highway 316 and continue for about an hour until you reach the village of Charlos Cove.


  • Road from Cape Breton Island (Scenic Route) (120.0 Km)

    Once off the Cape Breton Causeway, watch for signs indicating Highway 344 and the Marine Drive. Turn left onto Marine Drive to Mulgrave, Sand Point, Port Shoreham and eventually Boylston. At this point you will be back on Highway 16 and heading south to Guysborough. 


    After passing through Guysborough, continue on Highway 16 until you reach the intersection with Highway 316 (about 20 minutes). Turn right here and follow along until you reach Charlos Cove and our sign at the top of Wharf Road. Turn left onto Wharf Road (gravel) and continue down the hill to the wharf then left to the end of your journey, for now.



  • Road from Cape Breton Island (Fastest Route) (89.0 Km)

    From the Cape Breton Causeway, follow Highway 104 West to Exit 37 at Monastery.

    From Exit 37, turn left onto Highway 4 for a brief time before turning right onto Highway 16, through Boylston and Guysborough. After passing through Guysborough and past the gas station, take the road signed to Larry’s River on the right. 

    Follow Larry’s River Road for about 25 minutes to a T-intersection. Turn left over the one lane bridge and drive another 5 kilometeres to Charlos Cove. Continue through Charlos Cove to our sign at the top of Wharf Road. Turn onto Wharf Road (gravel) and continue down the hill to the wharf then left to the end of the road where you will find Seawind Landing.

 

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