Shelburne, Nova Scotia has been a favourite Nova Scotia vacation spot since the turn of the
century and both MacKenzie's and the Wildwood have been favourites for Nova Scotia tourists
and travelers for almost as long.
MacKenzie's and Wildwood have been family-owned for
decades and both offer the best of Nova Scotia intimate
motel rooms and luxury suites. With the
combination of a park-like,
brook side setting with suites, cottages and motel, we offer a relaxed,
quiet setting with twenty standard and deluxe motel rooms, some
with kitchenettes - something for every taste and budget!
just a 10-minute walk from the Historic
Waterfront District, with restaurants, cafes, shopping, galleries &
You won't find a more welcoming place to
stay on Nova Scotia's South Shore than Mackenzie's & Wildwood... and we've
taken the utmost care to
make your stay a memorable one.
Our Nova Scotia-style
and suites all
have many features, including private baths, satellite TV, telephone, air
conditioning, free continental breakfast and free, high-speed wireless
All of the comfortable
Scotia Cottages feature full kitchens,
with cooking utensils and dinner ware. Hair dryers, ironing boards and
irons are available for all guests. The luxury Nova
Scotia Suites include a fireplace and whirlpool bath.
features affordable and clean single and double rooms, with fridge and
microwave, in-room coffee.
MacKenzie's & Wildwood Cottages, Motel
& Suites is a also perennial favourite for visitors to Shelburne
Founders' Days, the Shelburne County Lobster Festival, the Annual
Whirligig & Weathervane Festival, the Nova Scotia Tall Ships
Festival, the Osprey Arts Centre and the Shelburne Museum
Complex and Historic Dock Street.
Shelburne... The small, historic harbour side town was the site in 1783 of
the Empire Loyalist landing in Canada and boasts one of the most
impressive collections of built wooden heritage in North America. We lie
beside one of the best and most beautiful harbours in the world... and are home also to a
marina, yacht club and performing arts centre.
Additionally, there are four museums in
the Historic District and several cafes and restaurants, plus sports and
gift shops in town. One of Nova Scotia's finest golf courses is minutes
away, as are pristine beaches, cool lakes and flowing rivers. Quaint
fishing villages abound on the South Shore, as do a myriad of
professional and community entertainments.
LOCATION, LOCATION! We are one hour from the new Nova Star Ferry
terminal in Yarmouth, two
hours from the Digby Ferry, 2 1/4 hours from Halifax and 2 1/2 hours from
the International Airport.. You can easily find us
on the map. We are just a 10-minute walk from the Historic
Waterfront District. For more information about Shelburne and the surrounding
area, click here.