Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Scottboy from NL
A step back in timePosted Sep 4, 2013
Location: Click off the tube and explore this historic destination!
Beautiful old mansion now serves as a majestic Inn. We had a wonderful stay here as we toured historic Nova Scotia coastal communities. We were in town to witness the dedication and unveiling of the memorial for the fallen soldiers of the Afghanistan war. This memorial is special as the students of Maple Grove and Yarmouth High raised all the funds to erect it. Must be the pride of NS! The staff were excellent and we could not endorse the plce any more
for Everyoneby Jul from Philadelphia
Beautiful B & B in Annapolis RoyalPosted Aug 16, 2013
Pros: The quaintness of staying in a Victorian mansion with the period furniture, art & decorative items.
Cons: Nothing that I can think of.
Location: Small town on a river with an historical fort, some nice shops and restaurants. Whale watching nearby, also hiking.
My husband & I spent 2 nights at the Queen Anne Inn during our travels around Nova Scotia. It is a beautiful Victorian mansion full of antiques and period art set in beautiful grounds. The host, Greg, was very helpful with local information and with a rye sense of humor. The included breakfast was delicious. We did not get to try dinner because it was the 2 days the Inn did not serve it! But if the breakfast was any indication, dinner would be excellent too. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom adequate though small. Understandable when in a renovated Victorian home. Greg provided a bagged breakfast which included juice, muffins, fruit and yogurt as we had to leave early to catch the St. John ferry. I would highly recommend this B & B as it was clean, charming and in a great location.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Historical Building with modern qualitiesPosted Jul 21, 2013
Pros: Breakfast was included. A high quality breakfast of local favor. Only two choices were available.
Location: We enjoyed the old downtown section that was within walking distance. Lots of history to absorb.
A quality restoration of a historic building while adding modern qualities like AC and updated bathrooms.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Victorian luxuryPosted Oct 5, 2012
Location: Great town. Great views of River and Bay.
Lovely setting for hikes, sitting outside, or walking to nature cebter. Also walkable to town and stores and restautants.
for Everyoneby Kathleen
Lovely hotel in a historic townPosted Aug 9, 2012
The Queen Anne Inn provided a very pleasant base for exploring the town of Annapolis Royal, the Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy. The hosts made us very comfortable, assisted with whale watching and other reservations, and were attentive to my dietary needs. The only downside for us was that, being a historic inn, there were never enough outlets for our electronic equipment. Also, our room had a very small shower stall (which makes shaving one's legs difficult), but we could have chosen another room with a tub. Overall, it was a very nice experience.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Oakland, CA
Quaint hotel for a quaint townPosted Aug 31, 2011 on Hotels.com
We very much enjoyed visiting Annapolis Royal and staying at the Queen Anne Inn. The historic old Victorian hotel has lived many lives, and is currently performing very capably as a hotel and (from appearances) restaurant. The room was comfortable and we were only disappointed that our stay on a Tuesday did not coincide with restaurant operations. Nonetheless, the breakfast was a treat and the stay a very comfortable one within easy walking distance of the town's sights.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from St. Simons Island, GA
Historic B&B in remarkably historic townPosted Jul 8, 2011
We chose this 1860 B&B to add to the experience in a town where we planned to soak up early North American history. The rooms were charming and well appointed. The two-course breakfasts were beautifully done by the chef who presides over the dinner restaurant. Our first course one day was fresh local strawberries, the other day we had "wet muesli" - a new and delicious experience.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Old and pretty....Posted Jun 30, 2011
From the street this Inn is beautiful, it's in all the travel books and comes with lots of recommendations. It is VERY old, which in itself is kind of cool, but the walls and floors are paper thin and you hear everythign next to you and above you. We stayed there for one night and I didn't sleep more than 4 hours because of people walking around in the room above us. The beds are comfortable and the bathrooms are updated but small. The restaurant has great food, but it's pricey. There isn't much to choose from in this area for lodging, the downtown area is super small but quaint.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Missouri
ExcellentPosted Oct 2, 2010 on Hotels.com
Just an all-around terrific place to stay.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Chezzetcook N.S.
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