Here’s a little secret: Nova Scotia has been producing wine for almost 100 years.
That’s right, Nova Scotia. It’s a province better known for fishing, lighthouses, and all things maritime. And it’s literally called New Scotland, which might lead one to assume that it’s not so different from that other Scotland.
Space, dates, rates — that used to be the venue site selection trifecta. Today, thanks to ever savvier travellers, changing attendee demographics and constantly shifting business priorities, picking the best event location can get complicated, especially for smaller groups, specialty programs and incentives.
On June 26, the sky was sunny and the thermometer hit 32 °C. There was no wind that day and the Northumberland Strait was like glass. That was the day Tiger Woods visited us and shot a 63, setting the course record.
According to GQ, Nova Scotia is a place that everyone should add to their travel checklist. Last year, GQ Insider Gary Williams covered the must-see attractions in this Insider Report on Nova Scotia, and we were thrilled he included Fox Harb’r Resort on his itinerary.
If you’re a fisherman, you know there’s no feeling in the world like playing and landing a fish. Cast a line into one of the two ponds at Fox Harb’r, and you just might get to tangle with a trout. They’re fun to catch and make for a delicious meal.
Construction is officially underway at the newest Fox Harb’r Resort residential development, Marina Landing, an enclave of only 12 sleek, two and four-bedroom Nova Scotia luxury homes right on the secluded Northumberland Shore, 90-minutes from Halifax.
You’re missing out if you aren’t exploring Nova Scotia in the fall. Aside from legendary fall colours, you can find apple picking, all kinds of fall festivals, and your choice of cider, whiskey, and even vodka tasting.