Planters Barracks Country Inn

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Planters Barracks Country Inn

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Auberge/Gîte du voyageur
Erin Snow (Innkeeper)
Planters Barracks Country Inn
1464 Starr's Point Road
Port Williams, NS B0P 1T0
(902) 697-3303

Vue d'ensemble

Where the World Explores the Annapolis Valley.

Provincial Heritage Property built in 1778 as Fort Hughes.

Located in a picturesque setting across the Cornwallis River from Wolfville, just outside Port Williams with fabulous views of both the North and South Mountains. Close to Cape Split (home to amazing hiking trails and birdwatching), the Lookoff, Blomidon Park, Kingsport Beach and the world's highest tides.

Large comfortable rooms each with pillow topped mattresses, fluffy duvets, and lots of soft comfy pillows. Curl up and relax, enjoy our complimentary "Honey Lavender" chocolates from Gourmandises Avenue Chocolaterie. Get lost in a good book, Wi-Fi, or spend quality time with some one you love.

Wake up to the aroma of a hot tasty breakfast, with fresh yogurt from just across the field at Fox Hill Cheese House and fresh organic produce from Taproot Farms. Then off to the Planters Ridge Winery for a complimentary sampling of their wines.

Commodités

    Dimension des lits – TGL (Très grand lit)

    Dimension des lits – GL (Grand lit)

    Dimension des lits – S (Simple)

    Oiseaux et faune

    Ventilateur de plafond ou oscillant

    Accès à cellulaire

    Horloge / Alarme

    Rangement des vêtements

    Machine à café

    Cyclists Welcome

    Bain dans la chambre (3 pièces)

    Bain dans la chambre (4 pièces)

    Écologique

    Petit-déjeuner complet

    Accès à Internet (dans la chambre)

    Aide aux bagages

    Petit frigidaire (accessible)

    Animaux domestiques interdits

    Défense de fumer

    Stationnement

    Restaurant (à proximité)

    Téléphone (accessible)

    WiFi

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Tarifs des chambres

Acaciacroft (Queen Bed)
$179 first night, $165 for 2 nights, $155 for 3 nights or more
  • Cozy easily accessible main floor room
  • Bright three piece bathroom with large shower
  • Original Georgian fireplace mantle with electric insert
  • Can connect with the Cornwallis Room, for stay with family/ friends/caregivers
  • Views of rolling hills, scenic farmland & the North Mountain
  • Named by the Whidden Family after the Acacia trees still found on the property
Cornwallis (King or Twin Beds)
$199 first night, $175 for 2 nights, $165 for 3 or more nights
  • Large bright easily accessible main floor twin room
  • Large three piece bathroom with custom walk-in shower
  • Original Georgian fireplace mantle with electric insert
  • Ideal for people with mobility issues 
  • Can connect with the Acaciacroft Room for stay with family/ friends/caregivers
  • Lovely views of the garden, Cornwallis River and the South Mountain
  • Named after the Cornwallis River that empties into the tidal Minas  Basin

 

Starr (Queen Bed)
$179 first night, $165 for 2 nights, $155 for 3 nights or more
  • Large bright second floor queen room filled with morning sunshine
  • Four piece bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower
  • Large ornate Georgian fireplace mantle with electric insert
  • Overlooks the garden, scenic farmland and the Cornwallis River and South Mountain
  • Around 1770 the lot was deeded to Samuel Starr, formerly of the Connecticut Militia, who in 1764 became Lieutenant of the Kings County Militia. He was promoted steadily and was commissioned Captain in 1775 and Major in 1781
Fort Hughes (Queen Bed)
$179 first night, $165 for 2 nights, $155 for 3 nights or more
  • Large bright second floor queen room where 'Modern blends with Historic' awash with morning sunshine
  • Four piece bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower
  • Original Georgian fireplace mantle with electric insert
  • Overlooks the garden, scenic farmland and the Cornwallis River and the South Mountain
  • This room has historically sloping floors. the bathroom was the original storeage room for uniforms with evidence of candle burns on the heavy timber beams. In the closet there is graffiti dating from the Whidden family.
Heales (Queen Bed)
$179 first night, $165 for 2 nights, $155 for 3 nights or more
  • Quiet, romantic second floor L-shaped room with original wooden boards and a cozy writing nook.
  • Delightful, naturally lit four piece bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower
  • Original Georgian fireplace mantle with electric insert
  • Views of rolling hills, scenic farmland, and the North Mountain
  • In 1869 Charles Heales, a ship's carpenter from New Brunswick bought the property.  Mr Heales had a wooden leg.  His four daughters were educated at Acadia University
Whidden (Queen Bed)
$179 first night, $165 for 2 nights, $155 for 3 nights or more
  • Quiet, romantic second floor room
  • Bright four piece bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower
  • Original Georgian fireplace mantle with electric insert
  • Views of rolling hills, scenic farmland, and the North Mountain
  • John Whidden,an influential Planter who was a Militia officer, a judge in the Court of Common Pleas and a Customs Officer, bought the building in 1782 and operated the Customs Office from the building.

 

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