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Nova Scotia’s Top 5 Glamping Experiences Nestled in Nature

Tuesday, Mar 29, 2022 0

 

Nova Scotia is home to many exciting and unusual places to spend the night. Super-cool glamping lodging where you can enjoy the great outdoors and all the amenities of a traditional hotel but in a non-traditional setting are aplenty in the province. Here are our top picks:

 

A brand-new glamping experience located in the Annapolis Valley – Nova Scotia’s wine country, Valley Sky Luxury Camping are luxurious accommodations if you wish to experience the wondrous outdoors. The Tidal Dome and the Valley Dome, the first domes in a series to come, are 430 sq. ft. geodesic domes featuring modern amenities and opulent comforts. Located just an hour away from Halifax, Valley Sky are an ideal option for exploring world class coastal and inland hiking trails, touring nearby vineyards and breweries, and dining in restaurants with a strong focus on local ingredients.

 

Located on 70+ acres on the stunning Bras d’Or Lake, Kayak Cape Breton & Cottages offers a variety of options to suit every kind of traveller. Choose a trailer or boathouse to experience all the comforts of home in a private setting. Or, for a more adventurous experience, go off-grid in a yurt or geodesic camping dome. Accommodations include everything you need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Each site includes comfy beds, barbecues, fire pits, and much more.

 

Port Wade Glamping Domes – Set within an ideal location out of town, but still close to many attractions and amenities around Annapolis Royal and near the Bay of Fundy region, this 23 foot geodesic glamping dome features a stargazer moonroof and a large panoramic window with a water view across the road. There is an outdoor covered barbecue area, deck with Adirondack chairs and a propane fire table.

 

Nova Scotia’s only 5-star housekeeping, eco-conscious, luxury geodesic dome experience. True North Destinations are located along Cape Breton Island’s Cabot Trail coastline offering spectacular ocean views and mountainside lodging. Each of the 10 domes feature private decks, luxurious Queen-sized beds, 3-piece baths, fully equipped kitchenettes, dining/living room area, private hot tubs, BBQ’s, privacy pergolas and Wifi.

 

Boasting a full view of the ocean with no obstruction, Archer’s Edge Luxury Camping  is a family owned property since settling in the area from the Highlands of Scotland in 1891. Once a working farm but gave way to woodland as the era of family farms began to fade. Each geodesic dome is completely self-contained, comfortably furnished with a queen-size bed, cozy seating, toilet, shower and kitchenette suitable for two adults.



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