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East Kemptville

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About East Kemptville

The hamlet of East Kemptville (by Kemptville) is so named after one General Sir James Kempt - lieutenant Governor of the area - who put out a fire here in the 1820’s. It is situated on the Tusket river in the Yarmouth and Acadian shores region of Nova Scotia and is part of the Tobeatic wilderness - a huge protected landscape and refuge for all kinds of wildlife. The best places to stay in East Kemptville cater for those wanting to ‘get away from it all’.

Locally, this has been a mining area, but aside from this and logging activity the Kemptville region is primarily an ‘eco-destination’. It is also popular for sport fishing - with its numerous lakes and rivers - and hunting.

East Kemptville maybe remote, but it is still easily accessible. It's 40 minutes from the Yarmouth Ferry and 3 hours by car from Halifax where you'll find the international airport. There's also now a daily summer ferry from Portland in Maine to Yarmouth.

Our pick of the best places to stay in East Kemptville is a luxury lodge, just perfect if you like a bit of comfort with your wilderness experience!

For A Back to Nature Experience

  • Trout Point Lodge is a deluxe lodge hotel sitting between the rivers Tusket and Napier in its own 100 acre wooded estate. Ir is perfect for a relaxing getaway - the interiors are elegant, the standards top notch, and there's an award winning wine list. For active types, you can canoe, fish, hike etc. Or if you prefer your activities indoors there are cookery classes, and a fantastic spa with outdoor hot tub. Oh.... and it's a stargazer’s paradise!

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Best Hotels in East Kemptville

  • Trout Point Lodge of Nova Scotia 12 rooms from $202

    East Kemptville

    An upscale log Lodge, nestled between the Tusket and Napier rivers in the Tobeatic Wilderness Area. The rustic chic rooms feature handcrafted wooden furnishings, along with plush linens and warm fires. Delicious four course fixed meals are served in the elegant dining room. Sustainable and spoiling.

    Back to Nature  -  Tobeatic Wilderness Area is the largest wild area in the Maritimes, enjoy this unique opportunity to submerse yourself in it.
    Great walks  -  A variety of nature and hiking trails wind through the surrounding area with guests able to arrange guided tours,
    Fishing  -  The lodge has fishing holes with catch and release holes and decking for you to sit in comfort!
    Restrictions on children  -  Children older than 14 years are welcome.
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