Most activities are within walking distance.

• Brass band concerts at the gazebo on the waterfront most Sunday evenings
• The Chester Yacht Club is famous for its regattas
• Tennis, sailing, boat charters, bicycle rentals, sea kayaking or a round of golf at the Chester Golf Club.
• A local ferry runs to Tancook Island, 5 miles offshore several times daily - a great way to spend the day.

Explore the Village

And then there are the restaurants and pubs.

The Rope Loft on the waterfront is a popular watering hole.

Also the Fo’c’sle pub, Nova Scotia’s oldest rural tavern, down the street from the Inn. It’s a great spot to meet the REAL Chester people.

Want to get your heart rate up?

Pedal and Sea Adventures

Freewheeling Adventures

Rainy day?

There are pottery, art and gift shops within a block. Just down the road is Amicus Gallery; a great stop for local artistry. There is the Chester Playhouse with a fabulous line up of talent. Evening performances run all summer and intermittently throughout the spring and fall.

Drop by the Zoe Valley Library; a perfect haven to escape the weather. Or, head to the Kiwi Café, and enjoy a cappucino and one of their decadent brownies.

Why not spend the day at the Inn in front of the fire. Watch a video, read a book, or sharpen your scrabble skills.

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