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Island Tree Farm Bed & Breakfast

A charming century farmhouse, the Island Tree Farm Bed & Breakfast is nestled in the heart of Big Island, shaded by a 100-year-old chestnut tree. Situated on the Northumberland Shore region, Island Tree Farm surrounds you with miles of sandy beaches and scenic coastline. We have plenty of flowering gardens to admire, and a large arbour to relax under. Enjoy swimming, walking, and bird watching around the island or admiring the magnificent sunsets before resting and relaxing in one of our cozy bedrooms.

Open all year round, we are centrally located for day trips, events and festivals along the Northumberland Shore. A short drive will take you to New Glasgow, Antigonish and Pictou, where you can enjoy live theatre and music, museums, shopping, local boat tours and fishing. A six-kilometer sandy beach is only one kilometer away.

Our accommodations include three rooms with double or queen-sized beds and a shared 3-piece bath with tub. A cot is available if required. A full breakfast is served between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Those seeking entertainment can find it at the piano, or with the provided television and board games. Families are welcome.

We are a proud member of the Nova Scotia Bed and Breakfast Association and the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia.

Travelers Cheques and E-Transfers are accepted.

Cancellation policy: Must cancel 48 hours prior to arrival.


$50 to $80, XP: $15


Amenities: Bathroom Shared • Wifi

Type: Bed And Breakfast

Approved By: NS Approved

Features: Internet Access

Pets Policy: Pets Not Welcome

Other Info

Directions: Hwy 104, Exit 27 to Rte 245, 17 km (10.5 mi) to Big Island Rd, turn left; OR Exit 29, 11 km to Rte 245, turn right then left to Big Island Rd; 10 km to B&B. Midway between New Glasgow and Antigonish.

Island Tree Farm Bed & Breakfast

10 Harbourview Dr
Big Island, NS
B0K 1G0

Phone: 902-926-2757

Website: http://www.bbcanada.com/6244.html

Cancellation Policy: Two Day
Checkin Member
Contact: Dorothy & Robert Lange