My Husband and I were given an overnight stay package in a suite, with the Captain's Dinner. We did this in August. The building is very rich in colour and decorations. We stayed in the Perreau Suite. It had a gorgeous modern bathroom. Make sure you bring moisturizer since they don't offer it with the bath items. It was on ground level so when changing make sure curtains are closed. Bedroom had many smudges on bedframe and around full length mirror. Window in bedroom had no screen and had to use kleenex box to prop open. Bed was very old, uncomfortable, only a double and creaky. As this is an old building, creaks are also heard from people walking upstairs. The sitting room is very nice for two people to relax. There was a large corner closet, with room for a fridge but there was no fridge, nor water in the room. The staff was friendly in calling a cab to Gaspereau Vineyards for us, keeping our wine purchases in a fridge overnight, changing our dinner reservation to something earlier and swapping out some options from the Captain's dinner to regular menu items. The wine list only has FOUR house/glass options, two whites and two reds, two of which are Nova Scotian. This is disappointing for finer dinging and considering they are surrounded by excellent NS wineries and could promote this to visitors from away. They do however, have hundreds of bottles available. I had the mussels and the pork tenderloin for supper, shared the lime cheescake and arctic crepe for dessert. The mussels were excellent. The pork tenderloin had a lot going on - mushrooms, carrots, zucchini, tomatoes, potato, leaves of sage, an edible flower and compote. It was all delicious. The desserts were fabulous also and a ‘sliver’ could serve two people. Server was super friendly but wondered why he hasn’t learned to hold glasses lower and to not touch the rim when serving. After dinner we took a walk around the lush grounds. It's perfect for an after dinner walk - we even saw frogs and where they grew some of the herbs and veggies. There is a complimentary cold breakfast with some service. It had toast, muffins, cereal, fruit, yogurt (had sucralose, not for me), English muffins, juice and water. Note the coffee is the 'Just Us' organic/fair trade brand, made down the road and is a special "Blomidon Inn" blend. Delicious! Although you are in walking distance to town, the Inn is not directly considered IN the town. We would probably stay here again, but take a different room.
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- Blomidon Inn Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada