An intimate wilderness lodge in the midst of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Nova Scotia Biosphere Reserve.
Activity adventure | Natural world | Off the beaten track | Relaxation | Sports & activities
This luxury retreat is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and offers a place of solitude, excellent food memorable wilderness experiences and the ability to switch off from the outside world. The 100 acre wooded estate boarders the Tobeatic Wilderness Area and this where you can swim in crystal clear streams, hike through some of Canada’s most spectacular wilderness, relax in a wood-fired hot tub and indulge is spectacular star gazing.
Trout Point Lodge is located in the southwest of Nova Scotia, an easy three hour drive from Halifax and fits perfectly into a self-drive holiday through Atlantic Canada.
Within the main lodge you will find eight spacious suites; a further three guest rooms are situated in Beaver Hall, a secluded, riverside building and a two bedroom cottage on the edge of East Meadow Lake. All are different in style and décor but feature bespoke handmade Arcadian furniture, log walls and beamed ceilings, original art and many have stone cut fireplaces. Bathrooms are finished in natural stone or marble with deep bath tubs and the water from the taps comes directly from the spring-fed well.
Extensive gardens enable Trout Point to produce many of their vegetables and herbs with no food miles at all and the dining experience is one to be savoured. There are two distinct dining areas; Chez la Foret is an intimate space with crisp linens and polished silver and panelled walls, while Bois et Charbon with its black slate floor, large fireplace and rustic décor provides an elegant contrast. A daily changing table d’hote menu is served. There is a strong focus on local seafood at Trout Point Lodge but there are always non seafood dishes available. A full a la carte breakfast is included with every stay here.
Trout Point Lodge lends itself to the art of relaxation in a spectacular setting with a wood-fired riverside hot tub, riverside cedar barrel sauna and star gazing. For those who prefer to be a little more energetic, there are kayaks and canoes, mountain bikes, floating docks and swimming platforms and numerous hiking trails. In addition guided hikes, fly fishing and 4WD trips are also available and cooking classes are held most afternoons.
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