Wolfville, located about 62 miles from Halifax, is the gateway to the Annapolis Valley. The town is perched at the edge of the Minas Basin, an inlet of the Bay of Fundy. It is surrounded by a patchwork of farms and fields, and displays an abundance of nature. One of the main attractions is Grand Pré, a National Historic Site that was once the epicenter of Acadian culture. Dotting the town are Uncommon Common Art installations. Wolfville hosts distinct annual events such as the Deep Roots Music Festival (September) and Devour! Film Food Festival (October). It is surrounded by the highest number of wineries in Nova Scotia. They produce internationally acclaimed whites, rose, sparkling and reds. The area abounds with craft breweries, cideries and distilleries too. Sample the blueberry pale ale, and fruit and herb liqueurs. Wolfville boast many cafés and restaurants that serve dishes prepared using locally sourced seasonal produce.
Uncommon Common Art installations
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Tattingstone Inn is situated on a tree-lined street amid more than an acre of manicured gardens. It occupies a heritage building that features Italian Renaissance architecture. Settle into an elegant room in the Main House or Authentic Carriage House.