Yarmouth, Nova Scotia


Amenities In Yarmouth


All suites are located 4 minutes from the CAT Ferry, 15-30 minutes from the beaches, and located in a quiet, professionally managed park near the towns amenities.



Soak up the ambiance as you dine on fresh seafood and sip premium brewed beers, brewed on-site at South West Nova’s only microbrewery restaurant.

The Shanty Cafe

We focus on serving great meals that are flavorful and affordable. Featuring a variety of dishes inspired by local and international cuisine.

The Dinner Plate

The Dinner Plate Family Restaurant is located on the corner of Water and Cann Street. We are a family friendly licensed restaurant.

Mern's Family Diner

Merns family diner, always great seafood with some delicious saltfish dinner on for special... with many others.

Trattoria Italiana

"We love this place.... best specials around! The pie is to die for..."

Outdoor Activities

Yarmouth Links Golf Club

Tucked into the southwest corner of the Province, this charming links-style layout offers a panoramic view of the local lighthouse and ocean. At first glance, the openness of the course leads one to believe that low scores are the norm. However, the rolling fairways, small lightning fast greens and unpredictable ocean breezes all combine to provide a true challenge for any golfer.

Yarmouth Foodie Walking Tour

The town of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia is steeped in rich local and maritime history. It is also home to some of the freshest seafood in the world. Join your guide Carole on a mouth watering foodie tour that features local beer, seafood, wine, sweets and even a personalized tasting tour of the Farmers’ Market. Meet with the locals and experience the best that Yarmouth has to offer. Be sure to bring your appetite!

Smugglers Cove Provincial Park

Smuggler’s Cove Provincial Park located in Meteghan (7651 Highway 1) in the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores region is a picturesque picnic park with tables in an open field overlooking a small cove and cave. Smuggler’s Cove was a prime location for the smuggling of liquor during prohibition in the 1920s. The cove fills with ocean water during high tide and becomes inaccessible but can be reached during low tide. There is a path to viewing platforms, and visitors may proceed down the 80-step stairway to the ocean floor during low tide. Interpretive panels on site explain the history of the area.

Heritage Brewing Co.

The misty fogs of the rugged coastal town of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia is home to the Heritage Brewing Company. Where the rocky cliffs meet the pounding surf you can find the unique flavours hops and grains used by this brewing company. Founded in 2017 by 4 friends, they join a long held Maritime brewing tradition by making great batches of high quality craft beer.