Places to stay in Pictou Island, Nova Scotia

We currently have 13 accommodations in and around Pictou Island with other regional listings available for Hotels, Motor Inns, Campsites, Bed & Breakfasts and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:

Places to eat in the region include Petite Passage Whale Watch & Cafe.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Pictou Island is located close to Scotch Hill, Little Point, Martins Creek, Eureka and Hornes Point.

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The Inned Of The Rainbow

Photograph of Inned Of The Rainbow, Pictou Island
Nestled in the Northumberland Strait, midway between Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Pictou Island is a paradise for beachcombers, birdwatchers, wildlife enthusiasts, swimmers, and sunbathers of all ages. Situated on top of the island's iconic red soil bluffs, Inned of the Rainbow is a .....

Other local Pictou Island information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -62°33'42.753
  • Latitude: 45°48'53.092

Things to see and do

Carmichael Stewart House Museum

Located at 86 Temperance Street. The late Victorian home with original hardwood floors and beautiful stained glass windows houses an extensive photo collection, Trenton Glassware, an amazing clothing collection and many unique Pictou County treasures.

Northumberland Fisheries Museum

Located at 71 Front Street. The Northumberland Fisheries Museum prides itself on preserving the rich sea heritage and culture along the Northumberland Strait. We pay tribute to the life and times of all involved, past and present, with the fishing industry.

Hector Heritage Quay

Located at 33 Caladh Avenue. Your visit to the Hector Heritage Quay begins in the Interpretive Centre where you will be greeted by friendly interpreters dressed in period costume who will guide you through the Hector Heritage Quay experience. The Interpretive Centre is an impressive four story post and beam structure, which at the time of its construction in the early 1990's was reported to be the largest of its kind, east of Montreal.

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