This rambling 1800s sea captain’s mansion, now a 33-unit inn, is perhaps Wolfville’s finest lodging. The rooms come with eye-candy period furnishings like four-poster beds or beds with elaborately carved headboards, wardrobes, ornate fireplaces, Victorian loveseats, antique carpets, and artwork. The ambience of an English manor house is enhanced by the extensive Victorian style gardens. Dining is superb here, the kitchen drawing on foraged delicacies and an array of fine and fresh ingredients including local vegetables and Nova Scotia seafood. Afternoon tea from 3-4:30pm and continental breakfast are included in the room rate. One warning: It’s a steep climb to third floor bedrooms, so ask to be switched if you have mobility issues.