The New Ross Cottage is situated on a completely private, 8 acre property which fronts on two lakes and a stream. It is located about 20 minutes from Chester, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. The three bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, passive solar home is very tastefully designed, using the post and beam method. The sounds you will hear are the rustle of leaves, dozens of species of birds and the water lapping at the shore.
Please contact John Morehouse for rates and availability. firstname.lastname@example.org OR 902-877-0067
First week: $1,300, group of 4, over 4 add $50 per person.
Additional weeks: 10% discount on above rate
Damage/ cleaning Deposit: $300
Lewis Lake, New Russell, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
Three Bedrooms - Sleeping accommodations for 7 people (master with queen, bedroom with one queen and another bedroom with bunks and a single bed)
1.5 - Powder room and four piece bath
Washer and dryer
Satellite DVR flat screen, AM/FM stereo system with digital input.
Pets are allowed provide they are controlled to protect wildlife.
Maximum Number of Guests:
The seasonal house has a wood stove as well as a warm air heating system. The property can accommodate 7 people in beds and comes complete with a dock, a canoe, a swimming raft and a small, private, sandy beach. This is an elegant cottage surrounded by the complete serenity of the natural environment.
The property forms part of a secluded development which shares 700 acres of forest and wildlife preserve on Lewis lake (2 miles long) and Nova Scotia lake (approx. 8 acres). All major appliances including Washer, Dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave and Central Vacuum and outdoor B.B.Q. Canoe, Kayak, dock, swimming raft and a small sandy beach. Sheets, towels and games included. Telephone: No Land line.. Bluetooth phone system to tie into your cell phone.
Woodstove, forced warm air heat.
Close By: New Ross Heritage Farm Museum is within 5 miles. At Ross Farm you will learn about what life was like on a Nova Scotia farm between 100 and 175 years ago, Ross Farm is typical of the many small farms that existed throughout Nova Scotia when the province was still being settled. Chester and the south shore beaches are within 20-30 minute drive. Halifax and the regional airport are within 65 miles. Kentville, Windsor and the Annapolis Valley are within 20-30 minutes.