My husband and I stayed at Lonely Rock Seaside Bungalow (1-B) Sept. 7th, 2013. We left from Musquodoboit, drove past Antigonish, heading toward Guysborough. We first visited the Boylston Prov. Park - amazing! We stopped in Guysborough to lunch at Days Gone By - OMG - lunch was amazing and the bakery and gift shop are to die for. Back in the car. We stopped at Tor Bay Provincial Park, south of Larry's River - another gem not to be overlooked. But we were anxious to get to Loney Rock as it was a sunny day. Finally we arrived and were met by a very friendly Connie - she and her husband own this beautiful property. Our cottage was the best we have yet to rent (in 13 years of travelling the province) - spacious - that is the best! Every possible item for preparing meals is there. The bathroom has a nice counter and ledge - none of those useless but pretty pedestal sinks. Comfortable beds and closets with built in shelves, lots of hangers, etc. Amazing. After checking out the cottage and finding it above and beyond what we expected we headed down to the beautiful beach for a long walk. Encountered a fisherman fishing for bass - what a spot. The firepit is everything everyone says it is. **If you need night life, bells and whistles - please don't waste the owners time or yours - this is a place to relax and enjoy all that live has to offer. The next day we left and visited Marie Joseph, stopped at Salsman Provincial Park - another beauty, before heading on to Antigonish where life was calling us back.
The photos on line that we found don't seem to be current - now the trees and shrubs have grown and there is lots of privacy between the cottages - a bonus. Thank you very much Connie and Manfred. We hope to bring our extended family back here in the near future.
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- Lonely Rock Seaside Bungalows Nova Scotia/Guysborough, Canada