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Pelham House

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Please note that this guide was last updated over ten years ago (2003), so there will no doubt be changes in rates and possibly ownership.

Michael Boulter and Fay Paul
224 Pelham Street, PO Box 358, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Tel: + 1 902-634-7113; toll-free 1-800-508-0446
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Tel: + 1 902-634-7114

A colourful abode in a quiet part of Lunenburg, Pelham House is a cheery, down-to-earth place that sets you up perfectly for the strains of a hard day’s sightseeing. A beautiful golden retriever lives here, as do Michael and Fay, but only the latter are allowed into guest areas.....

.... (Which is good news for you, by the way, because they are a lovely, chatty couple with a romantic history to make you smile.) The house is a bit different: wooden floors in various colours, vibrant rugs, lots of reds in the rooms downstairs. It’s full of ‘bits and bobs’, as my notes so poetically describe the varied collections of objects that adorn the walls and shelves. There are display cabinets in the sitting room, collections of teapots in the dining room and toasters in the kitchen. And upstairs the corridor is festooned with platform signs from English railway stations and there’s a saddle and two enormous, wooden toy cars…. Bedrooms boast eclectic mixtures of furniture and materials, and more of the painted wooden floors. This has been a B&B for ten years now, although only under the ministrations of Michael and Fay since late 1999. They visited Lunenburg the year before and were smitten. They say it has something to do with its similarity to a Scottish fishing village. I say it has something to do with Pelham House itself.

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Rooms: 4: 1 king, 2 queens, 1 queen and twin; all en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower.
Price: Please consult the owners for current prices.
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Meals: Full breakfast included.
Directions: From Hwy 103 take exit 10 (Mahone Bay) or 11 (Lunenburg) and follow signs to Lunenburg. At 3-way intersection in town go up hill on Lincoln St. Continue until Stop sign at Kempt. Turn right, then turn left at T-junction onto Pelham. House up on right.

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