Lovely cottage 50 feet from the beach, with wooden floors, covered deck, full kitchen and 4 pc bath. Ideal for relaxing, beach combing, reading and lobster cooking. Beach right across the street. Parking right in front of your door. You have your own wifi and flat screen TV on the wall, beside the jotul wood stove. Wood is provided by us. Please use beach wood to make a fire on the beach. Price includes tax.
The cottage has all wooden floors and a covered deck should it be a warm rainy summer day and you want to sit outside. Deck is equipped with picnic table. The Bedroom has a queen bed with a single bed adjacent to it (in a separate bedroom with barn door). The lazy boy pull out couch is a nice option for more people wanting to come (therefore cottage can sleep 5 people in total). The neighbour next door spends all his summers at his cottage and likes to meet new people, so you would probably get invited over onto their deck. So just a heads up.
You can always get a hold of me via text and we also reside in Harbourville during the summer season and we can also meet you in person for any questions or inquiries.
Please get your groceries before you come to the cottage. the next grocery store is 10km away and we would not want you to have to leave the cottage right after you just got there. The fridge in the cottage is a big one, so bring as much as you think you need for your entire stay.
Smoking out on the deck allowed. Please do not leave food out on the counter in the summer: fruit flies (common in NS in the summer) will come otherwise.
my name is Elke Huber and after going to Acadia University for 4 years with a BBA, I decided to stay in this beautiful country. In order to do so I had to open a business, which you see now in front of you. 17 years later, I am still here in Harbourville, looking after wonderful people coming from all over the world. The farthest guest I ever had was from Mongolia. I am also a vendor at the Wolfville Farm Market every Saturday, serving Schnitzel, Potato Cakes, Strudel, and much more. What I have learnt after all those years is that it takes a lot of dignity and grace to serve. You never know who you are going to meet and what you are going to learn.