Jubilee Cottage Inn
** Gracious 1912 Waterfront home nestled on 3 acres ** Tastefully decorated home located in the historic village of Wallace, Jubilee Cottage is situated on the tidal shores of Wallace Bay. Great blue heron and Canada geese feed off our beach for several months on their annual migration. Stay with us and golf at Northumberland Links or the golf resort at Fox Harb’r or even explore Wallace bay on our kayaks. Beaches in the area boast the warmest waters south of the Carolinas. Prince Edward Island is about one hour away via Confederation Bridge or Caribou ferry. We are also close to Jost Vineyards, Seagull Pewter, museums, Wallace wildfowl Sanctuary and craft shops of Pugwash and Tatamagouche. In close proximity to the slopes of Ski Wentworth and many hiking and bike trails, Jubilee Cottage is an ideal hub for year round vacation. Our BYO dining room offers themed set menu dining by reservation. Choose from “Atlantica Australis”, “Now and Zen Asian”, “Fire of the Caribbean” or “Fusion Tapas”, depending on the days of your stay.
13769 Route 6 (Sunrise Trail) Wallace Nova Scotia B0K 1Y0 Canada
From Halifax Airport - 1 1/2 hours Take Highway 102 north to Truro, Highway 104 west to Exit 11. Proceed on Route #4 to Wentworth Centre, then take Route 307 to Wallace. Turn left on Route 6. Jubilee is 1km on the right. From New Brunswick border - 1 hr. Take Exit 3 (Victoria St) off the Trans Canada Highway East at Amherst; go east on Route 6 (Sunrise Trail) to Wallace through Pugwash. Look for us on the left, just past Ferry Road. From Cape Breton – 4.5 hours Take Exit 22 off Trans Canada Highway 104; then take Highway 106 to Pictou Rotary. Take the Sunrise Trail - Route 6 exit, through River John, and Tatamagouche to Wallace. Jubilee is on the right, 18 kms past Tatamagouche.
onsite car parking available
Children welcome. 1 child under 5 years, sharing with adults - no charge. Older children sharing room $15 for bed and breakfast.