Welcome to the Comfort Inn Bridgewater hotel near Bridgewater Mall
The Comfort Inn Bridgewater hotel offers a wide range of amenities including:
- Free wireless high-speed Internet access
- Free continental breakfast
- Free local calls
- Free weekday newspaper
- Pet-friendly hotel, $10.00 per stay Pet fee, limit 2 pets per room
Bridgewater and the South Shore of Nova Scotia is a region rich with history and shaped by
the sea. Ship building and fishing are the foundations on which these coastline communities were formed long ago and still form a strong part of the traditions and landscape today, combined together with a huge variety of outdoor activities on offer makes this spectacular destination for visitors to discover.
Bridgewater is known as the “Mainstreet of the South Shore” and is conveniently located between the famous UNESCO World Heritage site of Lunenburg, the home of the prolific schooner the Bluenose II. While travelling along the ‘Lighthouse Route’ be sure to stop at Mahone Bay, a historic seaside town and its iconic three churches by the water. It is also centrally located for most other South Shore attractions and surrounded by beautiful coastline & beaches.
For the outdoor enthusiast the South Shore offers an amazingly diverse number of scenic beaches throughout the region. These natural wonders can accommodate everyone’s favourite aquatic activities from surfing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, whale watching, seaside hiking or just relaxing by the water on the soft sand. The area’s coastline boasts over 25 lighthouses and by venturing further inland you can visit Kejimkujik National Park and Historic site, here thousands of years before the first European settlers, the Mi’kmaq’s lived and thrived in this pristeen wilderness.
The beauty of the region has been an inspiration for many artists, writers and musicians. A variety of festivals; events, theatres, clubs, galleries and organisations are the fruits of this influential presence. From Liverpool’s Privateer Days, Mahone Bay’s Scarecrow Festival, Folk Harbour Music Festival, LaHave Folk Festival and the South Shore Exhibition to name but a few annual events in this vibrant region.
The South Shore has a thriving farming community and much to brag about for the discerning food
lover with a robust variety of fresh, locally grown produce available. From harvest to plate this produce
finds its way to a delicious selection of different dining establishments to suit everyone’s tastes.
Farmer’s markets are open weekly, year round in many towns offering a fine selection of both fresh
farm grown foods and locally prepared goods ready for eating. There is a delightful selection of dining
experiences to choose from, with many offering the “farm to fork” philosophy that is obviously a
passion for those who live here and a delight for visitors to sample. With all this and more to offer visitors, the South Shore provides a wonderful travel destination that brims with something for everyone.
Driving Directions from Halifax/Highway 103:
Highway 103-exit 12. Turn left onto Highway 10 - this continues into North Street. The hotel is on the right - about 1 km from the exit. From Yarmouth: Follow Highway 103 towards Tusket-Halifax. After 192 kilometers, take Exit 12 toward Route 10 Hebbville-Bridgewater. Take a left hand turn and this takes you on to North St. The hotel is on the right - about 1 km from the exit