Award-winning Contemporary Accommodations in Nova Scotia's South Shore
Though there is an abundance of Bed and Breakfast accommodations in Lunenburg, you may be seeking something a little more remote, spacious and modern. The Shobac property located in Upper Kingsburg, a 15min drive from the heart of Lunenburg is a farm at the sea, designed and constructed by owner and internationally acclaimed architect Brian MacKay-Lyons.
The site consists of 4 innovative and contemporary cottages (aptly named after the 4 vantage points from the property - Hirtles, Gaff, LaHave and Mosher), a large studio/cottage, a historic octagonal Troop Barn, and a newly acquired and restored Chebogue Schoolhouse. The Shobac property has been passed from hand to hand for centuries and is located on the cliffs overlooking the LaHave estuary, named by French explorer Samuel De Champlain.
Each of the four cottages are outfitted with all the amenities, including a fully equipped kitchen, fireplace, TV and wireless internet, as well as a large deck off the living space and an upper deck off the loft bedroom.
The perfect setting for a quiet vacation, wedding or corporate retreat.