Places to stay in Kentville, Nova Scotia
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Downtown Kentville offers convenient parking, quality shopping, fine dining, cultural attractions, great entertainment, and friendly, personal service. Kentville boasts outstanding recreation facilities, to which thousands of visitors are drawn each year. An impressive list of Provincial and National Championships, have taken place here. Places to eat in the region include Stoneroom Lounge Cornwallis Ballroom & Dining Room, Paddy's Brew Pub & Rosie's Resturant, King's Arms Pub, and Pizzazz Bistro.
Wondering where to stay? Travellers have a number of motel options available, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Kentville is located close to Broad Cove, Fales River, Saturday Lake Brook, Leminster and Dodge Island.
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- Longitude: -64°29'40.104
- Latitude: 45°4'36.881
- Town of Kentville, Nova Scotia
Things to see and do
Avon River Heritage Museum
Located at 17 Belmont Road. Our museum features exhibits on the New England Planters, local house histories, family histories as well as Avon River ecology, and geology. Our guides and volunteers are ready to answer any questions you may have. If you’re hungry for more than history, relax and enjoy a scenic lunch overlooking the Avon River at our Café. Souvenirs and locally-handcrafted gifts are available from our SeaChest Giftshop. If you time it right, you can also watch the Minas Basin tidal bore from the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy.
Valley Drive In
Located at 5934 Highway 1. Originally one of Canada's oldest solo screens, the Valley had gone dark when it's lease was not renewed. In an interesting turn of events, it was the local Lions Club that came to the rescue, and succeeded in obtaining a new lease on life for the venerable Drive-in. Since their re-lighting of the Valley, the Lions definitely roar .with continuing support from appreciative and supportive audiences. The Valley is open on weekends, seasonally, from mid-May thru the end of September. The screen is lit with double features. Admission: $20 per carload (covers all passengers).
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