The Belgravia Bed & Breakfast, on the corner of Prince and Broad Streets in downtown Truro.
Welcome to the Belgravia!
Here are your hosts, Anne & D'Arcy. D'Arcy is a high school Science Teacher, and Anne sits on the Board of Directors of the Nova Scotia Bed & Breakfast Association.
There are lots of opportunities for recreational boating nearby. D'Arcy is taking advantage of the nice weather to take his homemade cedar-strip canoe out on the water, on nearby Shortt's Lake.
And of course, Truro is also well-known for its famed Tidal Bore, seen here from a viewpoint on the lawn of the Palliser Restaurant, just five minutes away from the Belgravia.
Anne & D'Arcy are shown here receiving the Outstanding Volunteer Award from Nova Scotia's Lieutenant-Governor, Mayanne Francis.
Truro is well known for its annual Tulip Festival.
The Tulip Festival takes place every long weekend in May.
Some of our guests, relaxing on the patio.
Time for dinner.
Dave is giving lessons on how to prepare our fresh Maritime seafood.
Relaxing after dinner with new friends.
The staircase in the main lobby area.
Books in the Serenade Room.
More books, in the Lullaby Room.
On a crisp fall or winter night, you can always warm up by the fire!
You're getting close now.
We hope you get a chance to stay with us soon!