The Perfect Nova Scoita Cottage Vacation Destination on the South Shore, conveniently located near Halifax.
Our cottages are ideally situated to provide a base for exploring Nova Scotia and its most beautiful coastline, including the undiscovered Aspotogan Peninsula area with ten beaches. Hubbards is cottage country, located on the scenic Lighthouse Route, we are only 35 minutes from Halifax, Lunenburg, and Peggy's Cove and the Annapolis Valley is only 40 minutes away.
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From Halifax (35 minutes).
Take highway 102 North (Outbound) from Bayers Road, Exit 1A to (Yarmouth, South Shore) stay on Exit 1A directly into 103 West. Take Exit 6 from 103 to Hubbards turn left on Highway 3 approximately 3km (2mi) on the right you will come to the end of Hubbards Cove. Turn right and cross a small bridge, keep right on the Shore Club Road, we are on the left 3 houses past the Church.
From Halifax Airport (45 minutes).
Take Highway 102 South through Bedford to Exit 1A to Highway 103 West, then follow above directions to Hubbards from Exit 1A.
From The Valley - Digby (2.5 hours).
From Highway 101 take Route 12 or 14 to Highway 103 East to Exit 6 and follow directions from above.
From Yarmouth (3 hours).
Take Highway 103 East to Exit 6 from 103 to Highway 3. Turn left on Highway 3 approximately 3km (2mi) on the right you will come to the end of Hubbards Cove. Turn right and cross a small bridge, keep right on the Shore Club Road, we are on the left 3 houses past the Church.
Nova Scotia is located in Canada, on the upper east coast of North America, lying between the provinces of New Brunswick (in the west) and Newfoundland (in the northeast)
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Nova Scotia is easily accessable by Air, Sea or Land. Check out all our airline options by clicking here
An international airport is located just outside the capital city of Halifax. There is also an airport located in Sydney which services the island of Cape Breton.
Several ferry services operate in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick (Saint John), Prince Edward Island (Wood Islands) and Newfoundland (Port Aux Basques and Argentia).
Nova Scotia is connected to mainland Canada at the New Brunswick border. Travelling the Trans Canada Highway east from New Brunswick will enter Nova Scotia in the Amherst area... from here it is roughly a 2.5 - 3 hour drive to the capital city of Halifax.