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I stayed for one night while visiting friends. The staff were very friendly and co-operative, the room and building delightful - Victorian throughout! I had breakfast (extra cost) which was well cooked and presented and in good time. The area nearby includes a spectacular marshland...More
Stayed here 50 years ago, 30 years ago, and decided to try for a hat trick. Almost, but not quite. Wife and I had room on second floor, and the clerk did not offer to carry bag- there are no elevators. Room as we remembered,...More
Celebrating Canada's 150th birthday, I chose Marshlands Inn due to its historic significance, terrific reputation and great location. The gardens are beautiful and a treat to explore. Built in 1854, the Inn has hosted many Canadian celebrities and notable figures, who have enjoyed the delicious...More
Barry and Lucy were wonderful hosts. Suzanne was very sweet. We stayed in a ground floor room in the Carriage house. It was beautiful! There was a huge stuffed dog on the bed when we entered, and we saw the full moon through the skylight...More
Enjoyed my stay, especially sitting on the veranda visiting with other guests, as well as the formal living rooms.
Thanks to Barry, the Manager, who carried my suitcase to my room on the second level, brought me chowder in the living room when I was...More
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I would rate the B&B highly. Our room had a king size bed leaving not much extra space in the room with the 'antiquey' decorations but it was hugely comfortable, with en suite also small but complete. Location is quiet and... More
I would rate the B&B highly. Our room had a king size bed leaving not much extra space in the room with the 'antiquey' decorations but it was hugely comfortable, with en suite also small but complete. Location is quiet and garden beautiful. Restaurant is excellent with great food, probably the best in Sackville.
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