Places to stay in Cookville, Nova Scotia
We currently have 12 accommodations in and around Cookville with other regional listings available for Hotels, Motor Inns, Campgrounds, Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Places to eat in the region include Tim Hortons, Turkey Burger Restaurant Take Out And Catering, Charlie's Pizza & Convenience, and A & W.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the region. If you are travelling in the area, Cookville is located close to Stoddart Cove, Beaver Brook, Stanburne, Coolen Lake and Sewards Brook.
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- Longitude: -64°33'2.2737
- Latitude: 44°25'0.0008
Things to see and do
North Shore Canadian Art
Located at 8 Linden Avenue. Inuit Soapstone Carvings, Historically important paintings, etchings and woodblocks by listed Canadian artists c.1860-1975.
Artchoices At Sue Beaver's Place
Located at 251 Lincoln Street. ArtChoices at Sue Beaver’s Place is a small gallery in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia featuring an eclectic mix of emerging and established Nova Scotian artists. There are watercolours, oils, acrylics, baskets, jewellery, and more.
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
Located at 68 Bluenose Drive, P.O. Box 1363. The breath-taking Lunenburg waterfront is the home of the world-class Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. This Museum commemorates the fishing heritage of the Atlantic Coast of Canada. Housed in brightly painted red buildings, with floating vessels at wharfside, the Museum offers a host of attractions and nautical Gift Shop.
Located at 22 Pleasant Street. The village of Chester is a seaside resort with a small year round population that more than doubles in July and August. The Chester Playhouse, on the main street, was originally a movie theatre built in 1938 and converted for live entertainment in 1963 when the Chester Jesters presented the first summer productions on stage.
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