Old Orchard Inn & Spa

Nova Scotia, Canada

Guests of the Old Orchard Inn & Spa, Hotel & Conference Centre benefit from scenic views steeped in the rich cultural, historical and natural attractions of the awe-inspiring Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, featuring the World’s Highest Tides. Our well-trained front desk staff are eager to assist with visitor’s questions on local Nova Scotia tourism attractions. Discover the life within the landscape, highest tides of the Bay of Fundy and the special allure of each season. Thanks to Nova Scotia’s weather and mild climate visitors enjoy a higher than average of warmer temperatures.

Climb the 300 foot cliffs overlooking waters where 15 species of whales come to mate, play and feast on plankton, then walk on the ocean floor when the tide drops the height of a four-storey building. With the taste of the salty ocean air still fresh in your memories, remember that lobster, scallops, mussels and smoked salmon complement the offerings of the 15 Nova Scotia awardwinning wineries with 10 local wineries within 10 minute drive of the hotel.

In the area, you will be able to visit Grand-Pré National Historic Site, UNESCO World Heritage Site commemorating the Acadian Settlement from 1682 to 1755, and the British deportation of the Acadians.

A visit to Nova Scotia is not complete without witnessing the incredible tides of the Bay of Fundy, World’s Highest Tides. Each day, twice a day, 160 billion tonnes of seawater flow in and out of it, creating one-of-a-kind adventures that literally can’t be had any place else on earth!

HISTORY — Candlelight Graveyard tours, Annapolis Royal
ADVENTURE — OnTree Park, Martock: Climbing tracks, zip lines and high rope courses.
NATURE — The Wildflower Labyrinth at Tangled Garden, Grand Pre
FAMILY FUN — Lions, Tigers and Bears at Oaklawn Farm Zoo in Aylesford.

Call 1.800.561.8090