Places to stay in Culloden, Nova Scotia
We currently have 13 accommodations in and around Culloden with other regional listings available for Inns, RV parks, Hotels, Motor Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Local restaurants include Antonio's Pasta & Grill, Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa Restaurant, Admiralty Room, Admiral Digby Inn, and Tim Hortons.
Wondering where to stay? The region is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Culloden is located close to Allains River, Raymonds Hollow, Dentabella Marsh, Refuge d'oiseaux de l'île Machias Seal and Morehouse Lake.
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- Longitude: -65°50'58.023
- Latitude: 44°38'57.685
Things to see and do
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens
Located at 441 St. George Street. The Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens balances the historical and botanical aspects of horticulture, complementing the rich tapestry of heritage in one of the oldest European settlements in North America. The themed gardens are linked by paths through other display areas including several plant collections, the largest being the Rose Collection which displays more than 230 cultivars in their historical context.
Annapolis Royal Golf & Country Club
Located at 3816 Highway 1. Located just minutes from the historic Town of Annapolis Royal, the Annapolis Royal Golf and Country Club offers breathtaking views of the Annapolis Basin, and the National Historic Site of Fort Anne. Established in 1925, the course can be considered an historic institution in its own right. In 1992, the course was expanded to a full 18-holes based on the same principles that made the previous course such a pleasure and challenge to play.
Fort Anne National Historic Site
Located at PO Box 9. As the focal point for French and British settlement and as the seat of government of Acadia and then Nova Scotia, Fort Anne National Historic Site played an important role in Canadian history. The site was the scene of numerous battles as France and England fought for control of North America in the 17th and 18th centuries. Both imperial powers considered the conquest of this fortified site as the key to domination of the part of eastern Canada known by the French as "Acadie" and by the British as "Nova Scotia."
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