Stay in Chester & Stay Safe
Sleepover at the Mecklenburgh Inn. Have dinner on the patio at the Rope Loft. Explore the seaside village, and visit all of the nearby parks and beaches. Why not take a ferry ride to Tancook? Wake up to a complimentary breakfast at the inn. Ahh, a weekend in Chester.
Chester Golf Club offers visitors the magic of a classic golf course in a seaside setting. The course routing provides a golfing adventure that is both challenging and enjoyable for all skill levels. It is a joy to play, whether you aspire to break one hundred twenty or par of seventy. Any missed shots will be due to the distracting beauty of the Atlantic Ocean, the islands, and the colourful sailboats tacking in the wind.
This East Coast gem has been entertaining audiences since 1938 and over the past eighty years our beloved Theatre by the Sea has earned its status as one of the most charming and well-known small theatres in Atlantic Canada.
The “Meck” is an historic turn of the century inn circa 1902, just 30 minutes from Halifax and two blocks from the Atlantic Ocean, in the heart of the charming village of Chester. The harbour is dotted with sailboats and on a clear day the sunshine sparkles off the water and the view is simply spectacular.
Gray Gables Bed & Breakfast is nestled on a hill overlooking the majestic Mahone Bay. The Bed & Breakfast is a modern, spacious Cape Cod with a beautiful ocean view over looking Graves Island Provincial Park. Situated on a private tree lined yard, Gray Gables B & B is only 3 km from the seaside village of Chester.
The Windjammer is a cosy motel, where you can truly enjoy the relaxing ambience of Chester, one of the prettiest villages in Nova Scotia. All 18 units at the Windjammer are equipped with standard facilities and located on the ground floor with parking in front of each room.
Joined to the mainland by a short causeway, Graves Island Provincial Park is typical of many of the small islands found along Nova Scotia's Atlantic coast. This quiet ocean-side campground has long been a popular vacation spot for Nova Scotians and visitors alike.The campground is an excellent base for outdoor adventures including ocean kayaking and biking along the South Shore as well as day tripping to the area's many attractions.