The luxurious Prince Edward room has the best view as any in Annapolis Royal. From here you can see the natural world wonder of the 8 meter (26 feet) tides of the Annapolis Basin and stunning sunsets over the North Mountain. The room honours our first distinguished guest, Prince Edward of the United Kingdom.
Unique to this room are two museum quality portraits of Prince Edward’s ancestors – a 1590 portrait of King Henry V and a 1690 portrait of King William III.
The room is appointed with authentic Georgian and Louis XIV furnishings. A modern pencil post feather bed, down pillows and duvet with high quality luxurious linens ensure a sleep fit for Royalty.
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The bright Princess Louise room has a water view of the Annapolis Basin and is beautifully appointed with 17th and 18th century antiques as well as a modern king-sized sleigh bed. The room honours Princess Louise of the United Kingdom. Princess Louise would have visited in 1880, but was injured in a sleigh accident and had to cancel most of her public engagements. Fortunately, we still hosted her husband, the Duke of Argyll.
The principle painting in Princess Louise’s room is an 1892 portrait by Rudolf Swoboda, one of Queen Victoria’s favourite artists. Princess Louise would have known Swoboda’s work well as her childhood home, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, has dozens of his works on display.
DAME MARIE DE BELLEISLE
The French inspired Dame Marie de Belleisle room overlooks the English garden. The room honours Dame Marie Saint Étienne de la Tour de Belleisle, the daughter, step-daughter, daughter-in-law and wife of four Governors of Acadia. As Lady (Seigneuresse) of Port Royal and Les Mines, she once owned the entire Annapolis valley between Digby and Grand Pré. Prior to the building of the Bailey House, she had a private residence here with a garden and waterfront.
This room features the most historic furniture of the bedrooms, including items from the Tudor, Stuart and Louis XIII periods. The room features an elegant pencil post queen-sized bed. The paintings in the room include authentic medieval and 18th century French baroque.
DUKE OF BRUNSWICK
This room honours King George III of the United Kingdom, the reigning monarch when the Bailey House was built. The King had numerous titles, including Duke of Brunswick (German: Herzog von Braunschweig und Lüneburg) due to his estates in Germany. The Province of New Brunswick was named after him.
This room is filled with genuine 17th, 18th and 19th century portraits of the many relations of the Dukes of Brunswick. The room’s furnishings honour the King’s German and Dutch connections.
Check in is from 4:00-6:00 pm. If a later check in is needed, please let us know in advance and we can make things work.
Check out is by 10:30 am.
Rate and Occupancy
- Two-night minimum stay on weekends, holidays and July/August (if you see a single night availability between existing bookings, please contact us directly)
- Rates are based on double occupancy
- Maximum occupancy of 2 people per room
- Rates include: A hot, hearty breakfast served at 8:30 am (continental breakfast options are available at other times), afternoon refreshments served 4:00 to 6:00 pm, as well as the use of the parlour, dining room and Governor’s Waterfront
- Children 12 and older are welcome. Each room must have at least one person 21 or over
Cancellations at least 72 hours prior to the first night of your stay will be fully refunded, excluding pre-pay rates. If you must cancel, in all or in part, less than 72 hours prior to your arrival, a 100% cancellation fee applies. If we are able to re-book the room, the cancellation fee will be waived.
For reservations of 3 or more room-nights, a 25% deposit may be required at the time of reservation with a 30 day cancellation policy applied as above.
We realise that circumstances are often beyond your personal control. For this reason, we recommend travel insurance for peace of mind.
- Service dogs are permitted
- Access requires use of steps
- Two Level-1 EV car charge points are complementary for overnight guests
- There are no televisions on the property but there is active WiFi and each bedside table has charge points
- Smoking is allowed on the Governor’s Waterfront and is prohibited in the historic inn. A $1000 fee will be assessed if guests smoke in the inn
- Consuming outside food and drink, excepting water, in the historic bedrooms is not permitted. The dining room, parlour and Governor’s Waterfront are usually available to enjoy snacks or refreshments. If you need something refrigerated, let us know, we will be glad to help
150 Saint George Street,
Annapolis Royal, NS B0S 1A0
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