The Beach House
Located on Kingsburg Beach in Kingsburg, Nova Scotia, the design of the Beach House incorporates the distinctive characteristics of the numerous old English barns that surround it. Years ago there was a barn in this exact same location. The building features a central area with a 30 foot high cathedral ceiling and two sleeping lofts, joined by a bridge. It is beautifully finished in pine throughout. The outside is finished in weathered cedar shingles. The house was planned by Brian MacKay-Lyons and Anne Fouillard, decorated by Anne and built by Warren McAuley and John Duckworth in 1997. It has outstanding appeal and functionality. It is located in an 18th century Swiss German settlement featuring +/- 200 year old classic Cape Cod style houses, all constructed with handhewn beams. Adding additional historical interest, adjacent to the Beach House, there is a small, quaint, centuries-old settlers cemetery.
Reference Number: R-0002
Year Round Tariff Schedule 2019 (in Canadian dollars)
Dates Per Night Per Week (7 nights)
School House Beach House School House Beach House
Jan. 31 - March 30 $ 130 $ 150 $ 800 $ 900
March 30 - June 1 140 155 875 950
June 1 - June 29 150 175 900 1,100
June 29 – Aug. 31 200 260 1,250 1,700
Aug. 31 - Nov. 2 150 175 900 1,100
Nov 2 – Jan.31 135 150 850 900
The units are completely equipped including fridge, stove, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster oven, washer, dryer, linens and towels.
Guests should bring their own beach towels and plastic mattress covers if necessary.
WIFI, DVD, AM/FM radio, CD player and library in both houses.
Fax, scanner and printer in office.
Wood stove in Beach House and a Jotul Gas fireplace/stove in the School House.
Beautiful, unpopulated, half mile long, sandy ocean beach in the backyard.
Lake in the front yard.
From June 30 -Sept.15 the minimum stay is one week with a maximum of 4 people in the School House and 6 people in the Beach House.
Balance of the year, the minimum stay is 2 nights and the rates shown are based on 2 people.
Extra guests are $15.00/night/guest.
On statutory 3-day weekends, the minimum stay is 3 nights.
All rates are quoted in Canadian dollars and are subject to a 15 % sales tax.
Tariff is payable by cheque. We are not set up to accept credit cards.
50% deposit on booking with balance payable as per Rental Agreement.
Check-in time: 4:00 p.m. Check out time: 10:00 a.m. - unless otherwise agreed.
No smoking in the houses please.
Pets are subject to owner’s discretion and, if accepted, will be $10/night plus HST.
No smoking in the houses please.
Address: 109 Mosher Road
For availability please contact:
Exit 10 or 11 off Hwy. 103 to Lunenburg. Right on 332 to Rose Bay. Left 5 km. to Kingsburg. At the end of the pavement, bear left. The Beach House driveway will be the first driveway on the right. Go right on in. No need to check in first.
Ocean beach in the backyard. Lake in the front yard.
Two loft bedrooms on the upper level - one with queen size bed, the other with two single beds; on the main floor there is a small bedroom with a double bed.
4 piece bath on the main floor
washer and dryer
TV available for streaming, DVD, CD player, and AM/FM radio, Wi-Fi
Maximum Number of Guests:
It is 300 feet through the beach grass to a beautiful, half mile long beach, on which you rarely see more than half a dozen people, even in the middle of the summer. From all bedrooms and the open plan main floor, you can watch the sun and moon rise out of the ocean to the accompaniment of the surf. The only noise you will hear is the surf and the birds, of which there are about 50 species.
Bicycle storage on premises. Bicycle rentals available in Lunenburg.
In addition to the ocean in the backyard, there is a +/-100 acre pond in the front yard which is good for canoeing and kayaking. You will not feel like a tourist in a tourist development here, you will feel that you are experiencing life from another time, in an authentic environment. This property enjoys a very high percentage of returning clients. Excellent choice of restaurants and shops 10-20 minutes away. Twenty minutes from Old Town Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Wood Stove keeps the house cozy year round
Electric heating in the bathroom.