History on Shelburne Harbour for Two
The Cooper's Inn B&B
36 Dock Street, Shelburne, B0T1W0, South Shore
History on the Harbour for Two
Two nights and two days are barely long enough and because one night is never enough to explore Shelburne’s rich history, you can now enjoy a History on the Harbour experience for two.
You’ll share king or queen or twin accommodation and will start off with check-in at The Coopers Inn B&B between 3PM & 8PM on the day of arrival.
- Two nights accommodation
- Full Menu breakfasts for two each morning
- Enjoy a welcome visit with your hosts between the 5 & 6 PM Social Hour along with a complimentary beverage. Check-in early (3PM-5PM) to take advantage of the Social Hour.
- Deluxe Welcome Basket in your room.
- Two passes for three Shelburne Museums. Tour the Ross Thompson House and Store. See how our Loyalist ancestors lived. Learn about the history of the Shelburne Dory and see one being built, and finally peruse the collection of fascinating artifacts that the museum has collected over the years.
- Two passes for the Black Loyalist Heritage Society's Historical Site and Museum in Birchtown. One of Canada's best kept secrets, the largest free Black settlement in the 1780's, where people voted with their feet for freedom. This unique historical site in nestled in Birchtown Bay on the western shore of Shelburne Harbour, the 3rd best natural harbour in the world.
- Three hour Shelburne Harbour Boat Tour on board the MV "Brown Eyed Girl". Learn some of the Shelburne History from the Harbour perspective.
- A copy of the book "Kings Bounty, a History of Early Shelburne Nova Scotia" by Marion Roberts. (in your welcome basket)
- Charlotte Lane Restaurant Dinner/Beverage Vouchers, a $200.00 value.
History on the Harbour for two people, all taxes included $749.00*
*Looking for something a little different? Ask about customized packages.
Conditions: Inquire for availability and booking information. Advance booking is required with Visa or MasterCard guarantee.
Cancellation policy: 7 days in advance of booked arrival date. Fewer than 7 days notice or no show and the full accommodation will be charged along with a $100.00 administration fee.
Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia