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Stunning 1890's- renovated 'up-country' heritage era home. A meld of beauty and comfort - 3 bedrooms and room for 6-10 guests to stay comfortably. Located on almost an acre -gas BBQ, wood burning fireplace, large fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, separate dining room,deck/patio, washer/dryer, telephone, WIFI, DVD and a big'ol upright piano! Beautiful country setting, peekaboo view,upstairs, of the Tidnish River and only 10 minutes from fabulous beaches 'Warmest Waters North of the Carolinas'.The Tidnish Pearl is in the perfect spot for day tripping the Maritimes ! Located in Nova Scotia on The New Brunswick border and 20 mins from The Confederation Bridge leading to PEI. This lovely home is 'In the Middle of Nowhere Yet Central to Everything!'
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R 5 218 / stay
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Beautiful country setting, 'up-country' professionlly decorated heritage era home'. 10 minute drive to the ocean,very close to warm Northumberland Straight for swimming and clamming, 2 minute walk to the scenic Tidnish River and to walking trails. Beautiful locally run Art Gallery is acros the country road and also a wonderful winery that hosts really fun summer wine fest with live Maritme music- is just up the road, across New Brunswick border. Deer and pheasant come to visit the grounds of the house... and a bird sanctuary is closeby The Tidnish Pearl vaction home is located in the perfect spot for day trips to suurounding Nova Scotia - including Joggins Fossil Park-The Bay of Fundy, PEI, and New Brunswick. 'In the Middle of Nowhere- Yet Central to Everything!'