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A Seafaring Maiden

Annapolis Royal Inn

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A Seafaring Maiden

Located in the quaint village of Granville Ferry and overlooking the historic town of Annapolis Royal, this beautiful 1881 registered heritage property was home to Sea Captain, Ship Builder, and Merchant, Captain Joseph Hall.

A History of the Home...

Captain Hall's family ties to Annapolis Royal and Granville, Nova Scotia date back to sometime after 1760 when his great, great grandfather, John Hall brought his family from Medford, Massachusetts as English Planters. A Seafaring Maiden was named after one of Captain Joseph Hall's daughters, Elizabeth Pritchard Hall. In March of 1870, 20-year-old Elizabeth sailed with her father out of Saint John on the 1444 ton full-rigged ship Rothesay. On the fourth day out of New Orleans with a cargo of cotton for Liverpool, England, the first mate, and then nine days later Captain Hall, came down with smallpox. Sailing in squally weather, Captain Hall set storm canvas, placed Bessie in command and promoted the carpenter to first mate. Depending upon the basic navigational skills which she had learned from her father on previous voyages, Bessie and the depleted crew of six sailed across the Atlantic arriving in Liverpool on May 11. Bessie received the respect and admiration of her crew for her accomplishment known to be unique in nautical history. Elizabeth Pritchard Hall died on June 30, 1930, but lives on in local legend as "The Seafaring Maiden of Granville"  5287 Granville Road - Granville Ferry - Nova Scotia - Canada Toll Free  (888) 532-0379
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The Annapolis Royal Inn is “Boutique Motel” offering 30 air conditioned rooms. We are proud of our 3.5- Star ranking with Canada Select, but strive to exceed that ranking. We work hard with our staff to provide an experience that justifies our guests returning year after year and we are proud to say that this happens often! The Annapolis Region was settled by Acadians in 1636, who constructed many dykes around the Bay of Fundy to contain the 9 meter (30 feet) tides. The Motel sits on 15 landscaped acres in front of a 400 year old Acadian dyke alone the eastern edge of the Tidal Estuary, that rises and falls every 6 hours provides for lovely stroll especially at high tide.
We are 1.4 km from both the National Historic Fort Anne and the Historic Gardens both of which are in the Beautiful Town of Annapolis Royal a mere 2 minute drive (without traffic) or a 20 minute walk according to Google Map. For site further afield move to Local Attractions. We feature a complementary self-serve breakfast from 7 am to 11 am every day in our bright breakfast dining room overlooking our garden and deck with outdoor setting. Breakfast includes a choice of juices, milk, coffee and tea, Hot Fresh Waffles, English muffins, cheese and hard boiled eggs. The majority of rooms offer two double beds each, although we have four rooms with single queens photos of the majority of our rooms are posted… All rooms have cable TV, ensuite bathroom, are individually decorated and equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and come with refrigerators and microwaves. In August 2014 we upgraded our complementary wi-fi service ensuring generally worry free connections as noted by few posted complainants. 1-888-857-8889 Paulette@AnnapolisRoyalInn.com 
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Stay and Play Golf and Accommodation 

Annapolis Royal Inn

Discounts vouchers for golf offered by:

Milford house

Come from away Digby.

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A Seafaring Maiden

Annapolis Royal Inn

Mountain top cottages

A Seafaring Maiden

Located in the quaint village of Granville Ferry and overlooking the historic town of Annapolis Royal, this beautiful 1881 registered heritage property was home to Sea Captain, Ship Builder, and Merchant, Captain Joseph Hall.

A History of the Home...

Captain Hall's family ties to Annapolis Royal and Granville, Nova Scotia date back to sometime after 1760 when his great, great grandfather, John Hall brought his family from Medford, Massachusetts as English Planters. A Seafaring Maiden was named after one of Captain Joseph Hall's daughters, Elizabeth Pritchard Hall. In March of 1870, 20-year-old Elizabeth sailed with her father out of Saint John on the 1444 ton full-rigged ship Rothesay. On the fourth day out of New Orleans with a cargo of cotton for Liverpool, England, the first mate, and then nine days later Captain Hall, came down with smallpox. Sailing in squally weather, Captain Hall set storm canvas, placed Bessie in command and promoted the carpenter to first mate. Depending upon the basic navigational skills which she had learned from her father on previous voyages, Bessie and the depleted crew of six sailed across the Atlantic arriving in Liverpool on May 11. Bessie received the respect and admiration of her crew for her accomplishment known to be unique in nautical history. Elizabeth Pritchard Hall died on June 30, 1930, but lives on in local legend as "The Seafaring Maiden of Granville"  5287 Granville Road - Granville Ferry - Nova Scotia - Canada Toll Free  (888) 532-0379
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The Annapolis Royal Inn is “Boutique Motel” offering 30 air conditioned rooms. We are proud of our 3.5-Star ranking with Canada Select, but strive to exceed that ranking. We work hard with our staff to provide an experience that justifies our guests returning year after year and we are proud to say that this happens often! The Annapolis Region was settled by Acadians in 1636, who constructed many dykes around the Bay of Fundy to contain the 9 meter (30 feet) tides. The Motel sits on 15 landscaped acres in front of a 400 year old Acadian dyke alone the eastern edge of the Tidal Estuary, that rises and falls every 6 hours provides for lovely stroll especially at high tide.
We are 1.4 km from both the National Historic Fort Anne and the Historic Gardens both of which are in the Beautiful Town of Annapolis Royal a mere 2 minute drive (without traffic) or a 20 minute walk according to Google Map. For site further afield move to Local Attractions. We feature a complementary self-serve breakfast from 7 am to 11 am every day in our bright breakfast dining room overlooking our garden and deck with outdoor setting. Breakfast includes a choice of juices, milk, coffee and tea, Hot Fresh Waffles, English muffins, cheese and hard boiled eggs. The majority of rooms offer two double beds each, although we have four rooms with single queens photos of the majority of our rooms are posted… All rooms have cable TV, ensuite bathroom, are individually decorated and equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and come with refrigerators and microwaves. In August 2014 we upgraded our complementary wi-fi service ensuring generally worry free connections as noted by few posted complainants. 1-888-857-8889 Paulette@AnnapolisRoyalInn.com 
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Annapolis Royal Inn

Stay and Play Golf and

Accommodation 

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GOLF

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offered by:

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Grahams Pioneer Retreat

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A Seafaring Maiden

Annapolis Royal Inn

Mountain top cottages

A Seafaring Maiden

Located in the quaint village of Granville Ferry and overlooking the historic town of Annapolis Royal, this beautiful 1881 registered heritage property was home to Sea Captain, Ship Builder, and Merchant, Captain Joseph Hall.

A History of the Home...

Captain Hall's family ties to Annapolis Royal and Granville, Nova Scotia date back to sometime after 1760 when his great, great grandfather, John Hall brought his family from Medford, Massachusetts as English Planters. A Seafaring Maiden was named after one of Captain Joseph Hall's daughters, Elizabeth Pritchard Hall. In March of 1870, 20-year-old Elizabeth sailed with her father out of Saint John on the 1444 ton full-rigged ship Rothesay. On the fourth day out of New Orleans with a cargo of cotton for Liverpool, England, the first mate, and then nine days later Captain Hall, came down with smallpox. Sailing in squally weather, Captain Hall set storm canvas, placed Bessie in command and promoted the carpenter to first mate. Depending upon the basic navigational skills which she had learned from her father on previous voyages, Bessie and the depleted crew of six sailed across the Atlantic arriving in Liverpool on May 11. Bessie received the respect and admiration of her crew for her accomplishment known to be unique in nautical history. Elizabeth Pritchard Hall died on June 30, 1930, but lives on in local legend as "The Seafaring Maiden of Granville"  5287 Granville Road - Granville Ferry - Nova Scotia - Canada Toll Free  (888) 532-0379
Go to The Seafaring B&B Go to The Seafaring B&B
The Annapolis Royal Inn is “Boutique Motel” offering 30 air conditioned rooms. We are proud of our 3.5-Star ranking with Canada Select, but strive to exceed that ranking. We work hard with our staff to provide an experience that justifies our guests returning year after year and we are proud to say that this happens often! The Annapolis Region was settled by Acadians in 1636, who constructed many dykes around the Bay of Fundy to contain the 9 meter (30 feet) tides. The Motel sits on 15 landscaped acres in front of a 400 year old Acadian dyke alone the eastern edge of the Tidal Estuary, that rises and falls every 6 hours provides for lovely stroll especially at high tide.
We are 1.4 km from both the National Historic Fort Anne and the Historic Gardens both of which are in the Beautiful Town of Annapolis Royal a mere 2 minute drive (without traffic) or a 20 minute walk according to Google Map. For site further afield move to Local Attractions. We feature a complementary self-serve breakfast from 7 am to 11 am every day in our bright breakfast dining room overlooking our garden and deck with outdoor setting. Breakfast includes a choice of juices, milk, coffee and tea, Hot Fresh Waffles, English muffins, cheese and hard boiled eggs. The majority of rooms offer two double beds each, although we have four rooms with single queens photos of the majority of our rooms are posted… All rooms have cable TV, ensuite bathroom, are individually decorated and equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and come with refrigerators and microwaves. In August 2014 we upgraded our complementary wi-fi service ensuring generally worry free connections as noted by few posted complainants. 1-888-857-8889 Paulette@AnnapolisRoyalInn.com 
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