Our house is named after our beloved Flat Coated Retriever, Hero, who loves the beach most of all.

Located in Kingsburg, Nova Scotia, this 140 year old home on the hill overlooking the ocean is located in the centre of an 18th century settlement and is surrounded by +/- 200 year old classic Nova Scotian houses. It is 400 feet down the hill 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. It is just a 4 minute drive to Hirtle’s Beach, one of Canada’s top ranked summer beaches.

Reference Number: R-0101

May $ 800/week
June $ 1200/week
July $ 1600/week
August $ 1700/week
September(after Labour Day) $ 1200/week
October $ 700/week

• Rates may be different on statutory holidays. Please confirm.

• 50% deposit on booking. Balance 30 days before arrival.

• Check-in time 4:00pm. Check out time 10:00 am, unless mutually agreed.

• No smoking in the house please.

For rates and availability please contact Deborah Prenger: 416 573-0206, or deborahprenger7@gmail.com

Address: 85 Mosher Road

Directions: Exit 10 or 11 off Hwy. 103 to Lunenburg. Right on 332 to Rose Bay. Left 5 km to Kingsburg. At end of pavement, bear left up Mosher Road to #85 on the right at the top of the hill.

Land Size: 1.5 acre

Waterfront: The property is adjacent to the ocean. The path to the beach is a short, 400 foot walk down the road and then a left do

Bedrooms: Double bed in main floor bedroom / Pull out couch in living room / Double and single bed in bedroom1 on 2nd floor / Double bed in bedroom2 on 2nd floor

Bathrooms: 3 piece bath on 2nd floor

Laundry Facilities: Washer and dryer

Entertainment: Cable TV, CD player, AM/FM radio, WI-FI, Telephone

Pets: Owner's discretion

Features: From the deck, you can watch the surf and observe the beauty of the Kingsburg village and its salt pond. There are great walks and the famous Hirtle’s Beach is a short, 4 minute car ride away. Bicycle storage available on site. Bicycle rentals available in Lunenburg.

Other: Guests should bring their own beach towels and plastic mattress covers, if necessary.

Heating: Oil heating

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