Trout Point Lodge in Nova Scotia
Trout Point Lodge is nestled in the Tobeatic Wilderness in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada. The lodge features luxurious accommodations, fine dining, peaceful outdoor scenery, and so much more. Trout Point Lodge belongs to the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World and will give travelers everything they want in a vacation.
Trout Point Lodge is only 3 hours from Halifax or 40 minutes away from Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal, which has daily services from Portland, Maine. Located in East Kemptville, Nova Scotia, Canada, the beautiful scenery leaves visitors breathless. It is a must-see destination in every season of the year.
Style & Character
The rustic comfort of Trout Point paired with the Canadian forestry is something unmatched by any other lodge. Trout Point brings a whole new meaning to “luxury” by having a comfortably cozy feel to it. Fireplaces are found throughout to bring that warm and relaxing feel that everybody loves. In addition, the wood paneling and warm colors bring in the feeling of the outdoors.
Amenities and Activities
Some of the many amenities include:
- Star gazing
- Cooking classes and delicious dining options
- Forest bathing (a relaxing practice from Japan)
- Comfortable and relaxing rooms
- Amazing location in nature
- Generally adult only atmosphere (children 14+ are permitted; children 13 and younger are allowed to participate when the property is booked by a single group)
- Guided forest experiences
- Kayaking and canoeing
- Wood-fired riverside hot tub
- Fly fishing excursions
The rooms at Trout Point don’t disappoint. Read more about each of the suites and rooms at this resort.
Fireplace Junior Suites – feature wood-burning fireplaces and are furnished with things like 100% wool carpet, hardwood floors, pre-war Afghani carpet, original V. Cottreau furniture, and comfortable chairs. They also feature bathrooms with 6’ tubs and a riverside porch.
Granite Suites are the most spacious accommodations in the main lodge and offer amenities like a red sandstone fireplace, black Vermont slate floors, log beam ceiling, and much more. The bathrooms feature a claw-foot bathtub and double shower. There is also a patio area outside of the rooms.
Burlwood Junior Suite and Wildwood Junior Suite are both on the third floor. They both feature V. Cottreau furniture and gorgeous views of the river. The Burlwood offers two double bedsm while the Wildwood offers two queen beds. They both have 5’ bathtubs.
Treehouse Junior Suites on the top floor both face the Tusket River and have half-cathedral ceilings. These suites feature windows above the log walls, 100% natural wool carpet, a Jotul stove, and more. The bathrooms have Italian tile, artwork, a pedestal sink, and deep 5’ bathtubs.
Deluxe Junior Suite (Acadian) features a magnificent view of the river through the walk-in log bay window with dovetail joinery. The floors are made from Hackmatack, which is wood local to Nova Scotia. There is a front porch with seating, V. Cottreau furniture, a desk, and a 6’ bathtub. This room will leave you speechless.
Trout point offers daily cooking and wine classes that are world renowned. Chefs cook up local market cuisine in the Trout Point dining rooms. Most room rates now include a continental breakfast that will leave you wanting to come back for more. Dining is just one of the many reasons Trout Point is so well-known today.
Things to Do
- Canoeing and kayaking
- Fly fishing
- Cooking classes
- Riverside hot tub and sauna
- Mountain biking
- Wooden boardwalks and nature walks
- Star gazing
- Floating docks and swimming platforms
- And much more