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Carleton Inn & Cottages is located in a peaceful, scenic setting with a view of the beautiful Annapolis Valley, in the town of Bridgetown. Our excellent service in a relaxing location makes your stay a restful escape from the everyday. We offer country hospitality, with a gazebo and gas barbecues available, fire pit, play area for children, horseshoes, and picnic tables.
4101 Hwy 201, Bridgetown, NS
The adult campground and seniors’ park is situated in a great spot beside the historic Annapolis River. We are the only seniors’ park in Nova Scotia.
56 Queen St, Bridgetown, NS
D’Aubin’s is a local meat shop selling 100% Nova Scotia meat. When you visit our store we hope you will find the perfect blend of a charming old-fashioned butcher shop with excellent customer service as well as a new, fresh, clean facility.
607 Evangeline Trail, Bridgetown, NS
Scotiabank is Canada’s international bank and a leading financial services provider in North America, Latin America, the Caribbean and Central America, and Asia-Pacific. We are dedicated to helping our 23 million customers become better off through a broad range of advice, products and services, including personal and commercial banking, wealth management and private banking, corporate and investment banking, and capital markets.
278 Granville St, Bridgetown, NS
Clothing (Women, Men & Children), Household Items, Shoes, Accessories, Antiques & everything for your lifestyle needs.
22 Queen St, Bridgetown, NS
The Bridgetown Centennial Pool is a 4-lane, 25 yard pool. It is open each summer for public swim, swim lessons, aqua fitness, and for the use of the Bridgetown Sea Kings swim team. Bronze Cross and Bronze Medallion courses are offered as well when instructors are available.
18 Freeman St, Bridgetown, NS
Watchmaker and Clockmaker David Beckner has enjoyed working on your precious antique and modern timepieces since he graduated from Toronto’s, George Brown College’s Watchmaking Program in 1989. He then apprenticed for two years at the Museum of Time in Cookstown, Ontario where he learned the fine art of antique clock repair. In 2001, after working 7 1/2 years at a jewellery store in Ontario he and his family relocated to Bridgetown, Nova Scotia and opened Bridgetown Watch and Clock Repair.
339 Granville St, Bridgetown, NS
Harrington House Bed and Breakfast offers 2 rooms for your enjoyment, Room 1 has an ensuite bath, the second room has a private bath. Both rooms have Kingsdown Ortho queen sized beds, quality bedding and thick fluffy turkish cotton towels.
325 Granville St, Bridgetown, NS