Hector Heritage Quay

Acclaimed as one of the most important and exciting heritage developments in Nova Scotia, the Hector Heritage Quay (pronounced "key"), located on the scenic Pictou waterfront, offers visitors a unique glimpse into the journey of early Scottish settlers to Nova

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Pictou Lobster Carnival

Started in 1934, the Pictou Lobster Carnival has become a signature event in Nova Scotia. This three day festival celebrates the end of the Lobster fishing season in the area, Maritime culture and music. The event features musical entertainment at the Main St

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Historic Town of Pictou

The Historic Town of Pictou, located on the beautiful Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned as the "Birthplace of New Scotland" as it was here that the first wave of Scottish immigrants landed in 1773. Pictou offers diverse amenities, period

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thistleThe Braeside Inn is open from mid May until mid October.

 

The Braeside Inn… a 4 star Bed and Breakfast Inn offers eighteen air-conditioned guest  rooms and suites, all with private baths, phones, cable TV and complimentary Continental Breakfast. Full conference facilities, ample parking and on-site laundry are also available.

The Braeside Inn… situated on a five acre park like setting overlooking Historic Pictou Harbour. Built in 1938, the Inn has been lovingly restored and offers a warm and inviting destination for today’s business or vacationing traveler. A five minute walk to the center of Town and Pictou’s historic waterfront.


Highly Recommended…

"We spent a week at the Braeside Inn for our 35th anniversary. It was very quiet and restful. The food was outstanding. Would recommend this place highly!"