I love bringing out of town guests to Hall's Harbour. It's a nice stop to include when visiting the Annapolis Valley. Enjoy just looking at the scenery, visiting the lobster pound and getting a sense of how low and high the Bay of Fundy tides are. But shhh....don't tell too many people how wonderful it is!! We don't want it... 更多
On our last day in Nova Scotia, we drove west and decided to stop in at Hall's Harbor to see some of the highest tides on the Bay of Fundy. The drive there was nice, though we did run into roadwork in Kentville and had to detour. Nova Scotia, in my opinion, has horrible road signage, so even the detour... 更多
an out of the way restaurant...pretty view...casual atmosphere..food is fresh...prices reasonable...we had a seafood platter...clams,scallops,haddock,shrimp....one platter fed the two of us...friendly service...and the meal was hot...will definely go back! the gift shop has some unique and pretty items...
My husband and I are vacationing in Nova Scotia this summer, staying in Lunenburg. One of the "must do" on our list was to witness the tide change in the Bay of Fundy. We had originally planed to do this at Wolfville, but someone at an information center recommended Hall's Harbor. I'm so glad we decided to go there. It's... 更多
I visited Hall's Harbour with great expectations, and unfortunately they were not met. We went to the restaurant and found out that we must order our food in the (very tiny) gift shop, pay and give a tip before even getting a table. The food was expensive, $40 just for the two of us and all we got was fish... 更多
We bought about $160 for 5 of us cooked lobster, and then just took it back to our cottage. So, not cheap, but we are from Alberta and would never buy a lobster other than in the Maritimes. Neat to watch the tide come in. Nice staff.
The highest tides in the world are in the Bay of Fundy and Hall's Harbour is a great place to see the effects.