More adventures in Glamping the Annapolis Valley, NS

It’s not all apples and berries, harvest corn and delicious produce in the Valley. For a crustaceous culinary adventure in lobster, set your compass for Halls Harbour. And for boutique jellies, herbaceous ice-creams and a botanical wonderland, seek out The Tangled Garden.
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Halls Harbour is a picturesque fishing harbour and home to Halls Harbour Lobster Pound, a crackin’ spot to sink your claws into fresh lobster (pick your size!), delish lobster mac and cheese or fresh fish and chips.

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Order in the Gift Shop and then carry your lobster over to the cook house before finding a table on the patio where you can watch the Fundy tides rise and fall, or indoors.

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For our Valley Glampers, Halls Harbour is only a 15 minute scenic drive from The Lookoff Family Campground.

Or if you’re Resort Glamping at Atlantica Oak Island Resort and Conference Centre, this makes a fun day trip and takes about 1 hour and 13 minutes.  Stop at Ross Farm in New Ross or Muwin Estate Wines to sample some local wine or Bulwark Craft Cider.

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IMG_3128For Valley Glampers, stop into Tangled Garden to finish the day with some lavender, rose petal, Lemon & Thyme or Chocolate Mint ice-cream, all made onsite using their homegrown herbs and flowers!
When the owners purchased the property there were only 2 trees on the land.  After 30 years, this labour of love is truly worth taking an hour out…to smell the flowers.

Truly a magical botanical sanctuary, you’ll instantly feel a sense of calm and serenity between the herbaceous gardens, hidden statues and lily pond.

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Unless of course you’re running the Labyrinth…

Find Tangled Garden off exit #10 on the Hwy 101, just past Just Us! Coffee.

For more fun in the Valley, check out:

Fancy a Valley Glamping adventure?

Here’s a glimpse of an East Coast Glamping Summer 2016 Valley pitch:

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Happy Glamping!

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