Bed & Breakfast
A beautifully restored Captain's house
At The Sail Inn, we recognize how important location and ease are for an absolutely perfect vacation.
In the centre of Old Town Lunenburg, The Sail Inn is in an unbeatable location with the most comfortable rooms in Lunenburg.
A gourmet breakfast, which regularly receives glowing praise, is also included. Served buffet style, except bacon and eggs which are prepared to suit, breakfast includes smoked salmon, prosciutto, and a wide variety of fresh and dried fruit and seasonal berries. Complemented by Bakery bread, fresh baked croissants, jams, cheese assortment, and of course… coffee, tea, and orange juice.
The Sail Inn has 4 elegantly furnished classic rooms, all with harbour views; a perfect pick both for business and leisure travellers…
For multiple room bookings please contact us for the best rate
We are one of the few locations in Lunenburg with dedicated parking.
There are 3 spots, allocated on a "first come, first served" basis.
Each one of our rooms has a kitchenette with Microwave, mini fridge and sink so you don't have to eat out for every meal.
All of our rooms have views of Lunenburg harbour!
We will replace towels if it is not to your expectation.
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
UNESCO World Heritage site
Old Town Lunenburg is one of only two urban communities in North America designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Considered to be the best surviving planned British colonial town in North America, you can still see the tall ships moored off the port and hear the smith’s hammer, while guided tours tell tales of lives lost on the ocean, and the spirits that return to haunt the living.
Lunenburg’s harbour-side streets are lined with unique shops and award-winning restaurants that blend with the well-preserved and colourfully painted historic homes, much of it like a living museum from the 18th century.
While on a tour discover Nova Scotia’s maritime heritage when you visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic to explore wharf-side vessels and their extraordinary aquarium, and the famous Bluenose II, a replica of the original world famous racing schooner. Drop by the Lunenburg Academy, a National Historic Site, home of the Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP), and the South Shore Public Libraries, Lunenburg Branch.