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Welcome to Annapolis Royal Golf Club and Restaurant!
The Annapolis Royal Golf Club and Restaurant is ideally located a few minutes from the Historic site of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Originally founded in 1925 and extended in 1992 the course offers a perfect test for members as well as green fee paying guests alike. Sited on approximately 150 acres, with an 18 hole course, offering breathtaking views of the Annapolis Basin.
Today, the course at Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia displays a rare combination of inviting (but not wide open) forest-fringed fairways, natural water hazards and tricky approach shots without the pretension of an overly tailored course. There is a separate proshop with changing facilities.
Restaurant - Open To The Public
The Clubhouse, The 19th Hole, is fully licensed with dining rooms and function rooms able to seat 100 people. Or sit out on our new deck with views of Fort Anne and the Annapolis Basin, ambiance and good English style home cooked food being our by-word.
Open all year round, we can also cater for your party or function, whatever the occasion call (902) 532-2064 or Fax (902) 532-0581 for reservations or more information and speak to Harry or Jacqui.
English /European Cuisine
Catering for Private Functions
Friday Night Fish Specials Every Week
Sunday Lunch and Dinner Traditional Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding Plate
BBQ Wednesdays in July and August
BBQ until 8pm, rain or shine. (Indoors if raining) An adjacent 52 foot swimming pool is available, perfect for cooling off in the summer months.
The area of Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia is at the western end of the valley on the Evangeline Trail route, an area of outstanding natural beauty as well as amazing sunrises and sunsets and the phenomenon of the Bay of Fundy boasting the world's highest tides.
The Annapolis Golf Club and Restaurant is bisected by 'Route 1" which makes it very attractive to passing trade and overlooking the Historic site of Fort Anne, which turned 400 years old in 2005. Voted one of the best places in the world to live, the area also boasts historic gardens and habitations as well as North America's only tidal power station.
A few minutes drive the Kejimkujik National Park is on hand. Ferries from St. John to Digby are close by. Even closer is Upper Clements Family Park, which caters for all ages. Indeed whether it be during the apple blossoms in spring, the sunny summer or the splendour of autumn, there are many reasons to visit this area.
For more information, please visit our Local Area page