Places to stay in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
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Yarmouth is a town on the Gulf of Maine in southwestern Nova Scotia. Visitors enjoy uncrowded highways, beautiful scenery, miles of seacoast dotted with lighthouses and learn of the area's rich history, while viewing the many architectural styles. They can witness the Fundy tides, sunsets over the ocean and delightful temperatures. Local restaurants include Old World Bakery And Deli, Jake's Diner Pizzeria & Deli, Sip Cafe, and Lotus Garden Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the town, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Yarmouth is located close to Saulnierville Station, Pollock Shoal, Gull Ledge, Calling Meadows and Island Pond.
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- Longitude: -66°7'2.5752
- Latitude: 43°50'14.847
- Yarmouth County Tourism Association.
Things to see and do
Located at 117 Water. Dooly's has eighty-eight licensed pool or billiard halls in Canada. Come see what playing pool is all about at our quality billiard or pool rooms, clubs or parlors in seven different provinces.
Yarmouth County Museum
Located at 22 Collins Street. Award-winning museum and archives, plus historic Pelton-Fuller House. The third largest ship portrait collection in Canada. One of the largest costume collection in Nova Scotia. The largest non-institutional archives in Nova Scotia
Located at 28 Forbes Street. Tucked into the southwest corner of the Province, this charming links-style layout offers a panoramic view of the local lighthouse and ocean. At first glance, the openness of the course leads one to believe that low scores are the norm. However, the rolling fairways, small lightning fast greens and unpredictable ocean breezes all combine to provide a true challenge for any golfer. This club was established in the early 1800's and operated as a nine hole course until the mid 1990's when the new nine was opened for play in 1995. Yarmouth is one of the Province's oldest courses. While playing Yarmouth course you will be treated to great views of the Atlantic Ocean. The course is fairly wide open but the small greens will make up for this as accurate approach shots will be required.
Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia
Located at 451 Main Street. Imagine the clang of the fire bell, the smell of smoke and the feel of hot steam as firefighters race to save close-built houses: the world of the firefighter in a province made of wood. You don't have to be a firefighter to appreciate the Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia in Yarmouth. Antique auto enthusiasts especially enjoy the important collection of vintage equipment: the pumpers, hose wagons, and ladder trucks--not to mention the 1863 Amoskeag Steamer, one of the oldest surviving steamers in Canada. Even though these fire trucks had long service careers before being retired, they're all in excellent condition. It only stands to reason. Firefighters routinely risk their lives. As a consequence, they take great pains to ensure the equipment they depend on is in good running order.
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