Welcome to Churchill Mansion Inn
Old World Charm with Modern Elegance
You’ll know you’re almost at your anticipated destination when, from a distance, you’ll spy the white cupola crowning the stately Churchill Mansion Inn. This magnificent home built in 1889, once a summer retreat for Captain Aaron Churchill and his family, overlooks the glistening navy hues of Darlings Lake in pretty Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Presiding like an architectural king on a hill, the Churchill Mansion Inn has been lovingly restored to its original glory by the new innkeepers. Their attention to detail, and pride in the lawns, gardens and stunning interiors of the Inn, are apparent from the moment you approach this beautiful home. Comfort and casual luxury reign supreme.
At Churchill Mansion Inn, you will enjoy full delicious gourmet breakfasts included with your stay. Complimentary beverages and hors d'oeuvres are served in the early evening; while tasty sweets, fresh-brewed coffee, and tea are available each afternoon and late evening.
Churchill Mansion Inn features architectural details such as 11-foot ceilings and original wood floors. The "Mirror Rooms", now called the Living Room and Library, are identical images of each other and feature marble fireplaces, nine foot wood pocket doors and access to the sweeping verandah. From there, one can daydream looking over the stunning views of Darlings and Allen lakes, the Bay of Fundy, and the beautiful garden featuring grand Copper Beechwood trees.
We invite you to choose one of the lavishly appointed guest rooms in the Mansion, or the self contained Cottage on our four acres of private seclusion for a unique experience and five star service. Won’t you take a trip back in time with us, while enjoying all the modern conveniences the discerning traveller expects? Your memories of the Churchill Mansion Inn will last a lifetime.
“We so much appreciate your extraordinary hospitality.
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