Sitting in an 100 acre wooded estate in East Kemptville, a secluded location in the heart of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area in southwestern Nova Scotia, Trout Point offers an adventurous escape. Those wishing to explore the area, will find the scenic French Acadian villages and historic seafaring ports just a short drive away. Halifax Airport is a three hour drive.
Part of the Small Luxury Hotels of The World group, Trout Point Lodge offers a selection of suites in the three storey Main Lodge. Each room was designed to be distinctly different, but with a common Haute Rustic theme, eclectic décor and local Acadian handmade log and twig furniture. Expect original art and antiques, log walls and beamed ceilings, hand-cut stone fireplaces and furnished patios. Beaver Hall, on the banks of the Tusket River, features a further three suites and there is a two bedroom cottage located at East Meadows Lake.
The Main Lodge is an architectural masterpiece, composed from giant Eastern Spruce logs. It features the Great Room, a mezzanine library, two dining rooms and two bars. As you would expect, the outdoor recreational options are incredible. Enjoy canoeing and kayaking, expert-guided star gazing, geo-tours, forest bathing, cooking classes, an outdoor barrel sauna and wood-fired hot tub, swimming in the river, hiking trails and nature walks, all amidst the surrounding wilderness.