To truly appreciate Lunenburg, one must savour it's many unique charms. There is no finer vantage point from which to do so then The Dockside Inn and Restaurant. Strategically situated harbour side, "The Dockside" provides an unobstructed view of Luneburg's famous Fisheries Museum, the colourful waterfront, and one of Lunenburg's most historic districts. Not to mention the natural beauty of the Bluenose Golf Course just across the harbour and the Theresa E. Connor - last of the Saltbanker Schooners - moored just across the street.
Staying or dining at The Dockside gives you a front row seat to one of the finest cultural stages on the Eastern seaboard. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, a UNESCO World Heritage site, birthplace of the Schooner Bluenose and home port to Nova Scotia's sailing ambassador, the Bluenose II.
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