Glass Haven

Owner's Comments

Avoid the Sticky Heat of the Cities
And the Traffic Jams.
Enjoy this Summer in Beautiful Nova Scotia

Take your choice of three brand new cottages in a country setting. Secluded, but centrally located in the famous Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, your cottage is close to a multitude of activities and sightseeing attractions. Your cottage is a two bedroom fully equipped home away from home. Your price for the whole summer is economical and it includes all utilities.

For a photo tour of the Evangeline Trail, check out:

For things to see and do nearby check out:

Want some golf this summer? Check out:

Berwick Heights is about 9 minutes from the Glass Haven.

Our cottages are 4800 from the Bay of Fundy. There is a private look-off at the Bay reached by a short walk through the woods. Beaches with miles of hard red sand/rock beach that can be walked are just a short drive from your cottage. At low tide there is a captivating vast sweep of sculpted tidal sands. Listen to the roar of the surf from the world's highest tides. Swimmers may brave the chilly waters of the Bay.
For more information, please call John or Louise.

General Information

Location: Nova Scotia Nearest Town: Aylesford, 7 km Water: Bay of Fundy Hospital: Middletown, 20 km Children: Yes Guests: Yes Smoking: No Pets: No Waterfront Property: Waterview Waterfront Access: Yes Distance to Beach: 3 km Beach: Pebble, Rock

Facilities - General

Kitchen, Family Room, 4-pc Bath There are three (3) fully equipped 2 bedroom cottages. Also, there are two ensuite bedrooms in the main house Bedrooms: 2 Sleeps: 4 Parking: 2 Vehicles Heating: Electric


Refrigerator, Oven, Stove, Microwave, Toaster, Gas BBQ, Television, VCR, Coffee Maker


Linens/Bedding, Cutlery, Dishes

Rental Information

Home Phone:        1-877-248-0139, 727-847-0086
Fax:               Same
Availability:      May - October
Price/Week:        $600
Price/Night:       $125
Price/Month:       $1,500
Price/Seasonal:    Seasonal - Please call

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