Places to stay in Glen Margaret, Nova Scotia
We currently have 14 accommodations in and around Glen Margaret with other regional listings available for Inns, Motor Inns, Hotels, Campsites and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Glen Margaret is a community of the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia on the Chebucto Peninsula. It was first visited by the Mi'kmaq who spent their summers along the coast to catch a fresh supply of fish. The first overseas settlers arrived during the late 18th century and by the early 19th century a number of land grants attracted permanent residents. Places to eat in the region include Rhubarb Grill & Cafe, Candleriggs Dining Room, The Sou'wester Restaurant & Gift Shop, and Granite Springs Golf Club.
Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the community are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Glen Margaret is located close to Black Point Ledge, Gunn Ponds, Horseshoe Lake, Mount Rascal and Frail Cove.
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- Longitude: -63°54'45.511
- Latitude: 44°34'45.195
Things to see and do
Dartmouth Players Society
Located at Dartmouth. Dartmouth Players is an amateur theatre group dedicated to promoting and encouraging the growth of community theatre
Hockey Nova Scotia
Located at 6300 Lady Hammond Road, Suite 200. Hockey Nova Scotia is the governing body for amateur hockey across the province that leads, develops and promotes positive hockey experiences.
The Links At Montague
Located at Montague Estates. Woven through hardwood stands, historic farm fields and orchards is The Links at Montague – Metro Halifax's only 9 hole executive golf course and academy.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Located at 1675 Lower Water Street. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is the marine history division of the Nova Scotia Museum a family of 27 museums operated by the Province of Nova Scotia.
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