Full of character, Tatamagouche is a thriving seaside village that embraces quality of life along Nova Scotia’s Northumberland Shore. In addition to its proximity to several warm water beaches, Tatamagouche is a destination for those with great taste!

Why Tatamagouche?

Since last year, 10 new businesses have launched in Tatamagouche.

The village’s charm, friendly people, affordability, and the desire for change are all converging to contribute to its mini boom. Since last year, 10 new businesses have launched in Tatamagouche.

Read CBC News Story, July 13, 2017:  Mini boom in Nova Scotia village attracts young entrepreneurs.

Culinary Experiences 

Tatamagouche Museums 

  • The Creamery Square is a waterside attraction in the heart of the village that also features a performing arts centre and an award-winning heritage centre. The heritage centre is a particularly fascinating way to get to get to know this quirky little community with stories of two-headed calves, Giantess Anna Swan, and incredible fossil discoveries.
  • Balmoral Grist Mill: During demonstrations, see the mill in action, just as it would have been when Alexander McKay built it in 1874
  • Sutherland Steam Mill: Explore this 1894 saw mill and discover Nova Scotian ingenuity in a mill once powered by steam 
  • Wallace and Area Museum: Visitors are invited to stroll through the museum (with over 1000 artifacts) and garden areas, where many of the original plants and trees can still be found. The museum also offers short walking trails, as well as a wilderness trail

Tatamagouche Accommodations 

  • Train Station Inn: Carefully restored, the dining car offers the charm and nostalgia of years gone by. Homemade seafood chowder, fish cakes, steak and lobster make for a truly first-class dining experience.
  • The Cottages at Cambra Sands: Seven 4.5 star luxury cottages located on a private sandy warm water beach.
  • Fox Harb’r Golf Resort and Spa has been consistently ranked among the top Destination Resorts in Canada by leading travel consumer reports and industry peers. Fox Harb’r is one of only five 5-star resorts in Canada.
  • Balmoral Motel: Located alongside Waugh’s River and Trans Canada Trail and near warm saltwater beaches, golf and museums.

Tatamagouche Golf

Seaside golf is at its best along the Northumberland Shore.

  • Brule Point Golf: Oceanfront course, beautiful views and14 holes. 5 new dunes-style holes with traditional Scottish links mounding, fescues, bunkering, and generous bent-grass greens.
  • Fox Harb’r Golf Resort and Spa: visitors can enjoy our 18-hole championship course and our par-3 course, both designed by Golf Hall of Fame architect Graham Cooke. This par-72 (7253 yards) course is a magnificent blend of both Scottish links and traditional parkland golf situated along the spectacular rugged sea coast of the Northumberland Strait.
  • Northumberland Links: The 6313 (white tees), par 72 course, minutes from Pugwash, overlooking the Northumberland Strait, is one of Atlantic Canada’s most picturesque and challenging layouts.

Source Nova Scotia.com: http://www.novascotia.com/about-nova-scotia/regions/northumberland-shore/tatamagouche

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Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Perhaps most famous for being the home of Acadia University, Wolfville NS is located in the Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia approximately 100 km from the provincial capital of Halifax. It is a popular tourist destination for the scenery of the nearby Bay of Fundy and Gaspereau Valley, as well as for the many cultural attractions which are offered by the university and town.

There’s something about Wolfville that is satisfying to the furthest depths of your soul. It is home to a blend of a cosmopolitan but charming centre and the countryside and rolling hills that surround it. Where the beautiful landscape, hills, valleys, rivers, and ocean come together as the perfect backdrop. Not to mention the intense sense of community within the town.




Wolfille experiences the tidal changes of the Bay of Fundy on the shores of which it lies. The record setting tides fill and drain from the harbour, which is the smallest in the World, each day.There are many local attractions and places to visit, including whale watching, visiting the vineyards and wineries of the Gaspereau Valley, visiting museums, the UNESCO World Heritage site at Grand Pre, and miles of hiking and cycling trails. Wolfville is a great central location to all that the Annapolis Valley has to offer.

Journey Times from Wolfville:

Halifax Airport – 1 Hour 15 Minutes
Digby, NS – 1 Hour 40 Minutes
Truro, NS – 1 Hour 45 Minutes
Yarmouth Ferry Terminal – 2 Hours 50 Minutes
New Brunswick Border – 2 Hours 50 Minutes

Local Schools:

Landmark East School
Wolfville School
Acadia University

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