The Queen Anne Inn is an elegant bed and breakfast located in historic Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia, Canada. It's only minutes to the town's center, and it is close to Fort Anne, Kejimkujik National Park, and whale watching. All guest rooms have private bathrooms, robes, and feather beds.
The following is a perfect review left for a stay in August 2011.
My wife and I recently spent 2 nights at The Queen Anne Inn and had a wonderful time. Not only is the property charming, but Greg and Julie were enjoyable, wonderful hosts, and made us feel welcomed. We had never been to Annapolis Royal and they were informative in providing suggestions for restaurants, attractions, and offered the inn and library to read and relax. During our stay we noticed that they mingled with other guests as well and offered the same hospitality. During one of our early evening hours, my wife and I decided to spend some time in the inn’s parlor. A number of other couples also joined us and in no time several hours passed. Our room (number 8) was the right size, well furnished, and had a large bathroom. The room was as nice as the pictures on the website. As a matter of fact, the entire house and property were reflective of the photographs. There have been a few times during our travels where the websites embellish the property and overstate. You won’t have this disappointment at The Queen Anne Inn.
My wife and I stayed at several inns while we toured other Nova Scotia destinations. By far, The Queen Anne Inn helped to make our visit to Annapolis Royal a success. Greg, by the way, is also the chef and his breakfasts were sensational. Julie was delightful and cheerfully brought our breakfast. Our only regret was that the kitchen was closed for dinner. I guess they need away-time to recharge their batteries. On our flight home we talked about a return trip and we’d like to consider staying at the inn for a number of days and use it as a home-base for taking day trips. If you want a memorable stay in a town that is quaint and full of history, staying at the inn is a must. I’m confident you will remember your holiday long after as one of the best.