Nova Scotia offers new winery tours

Nova Scotia offers new winery tours

Nova Scotia has introduced new vineyard stays ideal as stop offs for road-trippers.

Newly-renovated Planter’s Ridge Winery at Port Williams is a century old farmhouse which was built in 1864, which now contains three luxurious bedrooms, each with their own spa-like bathroom. Artisanal breakfast is included in the stay.

Inn at the Winery at Grand Pre is located in the Annapolis Valley next to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Domaine de Grand Pré is Atlantic Canada’s oldest Farm Winery, owned and operated by the Stutz Family, since 1994.  The Inn at the Winery consists of  six spacious rooms spread out amongst three levels.   The ground level  is home to a Chef’s Table Dining Experience for 8-10 guests with either a five or seven- course wine-paired meal.

Located along a peninsula on Chedabucto Bay on the Eastern Shore, Yurts in the Vineyard at Authentic Seacoast Company houses 10 one-of-a-kind yurts. These traditional Mongolian style yurts come fully-furnished and equipped with amenities to provide a more-than-comfortable stay.  The property also includes a seaside sauna.

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