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Eric's Hideaway

LaHave, Nova Scotia, Kanada
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Eric's Hideaway is located on Bell Island, formerly a center for fishermen and lobstermen, of which there are only a few left. Fortunately, Bell Island is now connected to the mainland by bridge. Eric’s Hideaway, or more simply the cottage, is situated on eight acres of land with 400 feet of waterfront, and has outstanding views of the LaHave Islands and the ocean. See the photos.

The front deck runs the length of the cottage and is more than 500 sq ft, facing the cove, islands, and ocean.

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An upstairs balcony gives an even higher view. The steps from the deck lead down to the water. There are three separate peninsulas on the property which can be ventured on to go further out into the water.

Inside, there are four bedrooms, one with a queen bed, two with full-size beds, the fourth with a twin bed and bunk beds. Three of the four bedrooms are upstairs, one of them having a balcony. The fourth bedroom is downstairs overlooking the deck and ocean. There is a full kitchen with a new stove, refrigerator, microwave, new washer and new dryer. (Sorry, there is no dishwasher.) A state of the art water treatment system was installed in 2017. There is a large kitchen table. In addition, there is a charcoal grill on the deck.

We have two bathrooms. The downstairs bath has a shower but no tub; the upstairs has a claw-foot tub, but no shower. We provide towels, linens, bedding, and dishware.

The large living room faces out over the deck through large windows. There is a 40-inch high definition TV with satellite service and internet service, but renters must provide their own computers. The cottage has electric heat, with each room having its own thermostat. (Please make sure the thermostats are turned off when not needed.)

Nearby Attractions

The cottage is seven minutes from the coastal Lighthouse Route. The LaHave Islands Museum, which is free, is only a 10 minute walk, and is a worthwhile starting place to get a feel for the history and culture of the area. Crescent Beach is a beautiful mile long beach on the ocean used for swimming and wind-surfing. Cars drive on the beach and park next to the berm. On the other side of the berm is a widely used area to go clamming at low tide. Crescent Beach is 2 miles from the cottage.

After driving past Crescent Beach, if one takes a left turn, and drives a couple of miles, one encounters Risser's Beach Provincial Park, which also has a fine sand beach, a boardwalk through a marsh, a snack bar, and excellent information posters about local wildlife. The beach itself is not visible from the road. A couple of miles further, one comes to Petite Riviere, which was discovered by Samuel de Champlain in 1604. At the main intersection of the tiny town is the General Store which also serves as a Nova Scotia Liquor Store outlet.

If one takes a right at the intersection of Petite Riviere, in a few miles one comes to the Petite Riviere Vineyards which is open to the public for wine tastings.

If instead of turning left, one takes a right turn from Crescent Beach, about ten miles away is the Village of LaHave. Just before reaching LaHave, on the right is Fort Point, which was the first capital of New France, i.e. French Canada. There is a museum at Fort Point open most of the year.
In the village of LaHave, there is the incredibly popular LaHave Bakery, full of unique baked goods and various sandwiches, pizzas, etc.
The LaHave Islands Area is saturated with artist’s studios and art shows. A short drive on any of the local highways will reveal this fact. You can’t miss them.

Activities

In the summertime, there are numerous seasonal activities - musical events, fairs, artist shows, boat shows, craft shows, and other celebrations. The Nova Scotia Visitor's Guide, a free brochure handed out by the province, should be consulted for the dates and places of these events.

The Osprey Golf Club, just outside Bridgewater, is a championship golf course and by far the best in the area, although there are other golf courses nearby, usually only nine holes. (The 9-hole courses, such as at Chester and Liverpool, have the advantage of offering you a better opportunity to slice a ball into the Atlantic Ocean.)

Kayak tours, horseback riding, and sometimes boat tours can usually be arranged in the summertime. At White Point Beach, about 45 minutes south of the cottage, one can get a day pass to use the facilities, including boats and pool. Nearby, there is also an environmental park area open to the public.

Short Trip Attractions

The beautiful small city of Halifax, with its spectacular harbor, is an hour and a half away. Peggy's Cove, about 1 1/4 hours away, is an artiist's paradise that is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nova Scotia. Lunenburg, Chester, Mahone Bay and Shelburne are four well-preserved fishing villages, often used for movies taking place in earlier ages. All are within forty minutes drive.

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The cottage is seven minutes from the coastal Lighthouse Route. The LaHave Islands Museum, which is free, is only a 10 minute walk, and is a worthwhile starting place to get a feel for the history and culture of the area. Crescent Beach is a beautiful mile long beach on the ocean used for swimming and wind-surfing. Cars drive on the beach and park next to the berm. On the other side of the berm is a widely used area to go clamming at low tide. Crescent Beach is 2 miles from the cottage.

After driving past Crescent Beach, if one takes a left turn, and drives a couple of miles, one encounters Risser's Beach Provincial Park, which also has a fine sand beach, a boardwalk through a marsh, a snack bar, and excellent information posters about local wildlife. The beach itself is not visible from the road. A couple of miles further, one comes to Petite Riviere, which was discovered by Samuel de Champlain in 1604. At the main intersection of the tiny town is the General Store which also serves as a Nova Scotia Liquor Store outlet.

If one takes a right at the intersection of Petite Riviere, in a few miles one comes to the Petite Riviere Vineyards which is open to the public for wine tastings.
Eric's Hideaway is located on Bell Island, formerly a center for fishermen and lobstermen, of which there are only a few left. Fortunately, Bell Island is now connected to the mainland by bridge. Eric’s Hideaway, or more simply the cottage, is situated on eight acres of land with 400 feet of waterfront, and has outstanding views of the LaHave Islands and the ocean. See the photos.

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LaHave, Nova Scotia, Kanada

Ev sahibi: Peter

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