This is one of the most unique lodgings in the Nova Scotia—or in Canada, for that matter. Located down a side street in Tatamagouche's former railyard, the Train Station (a handsome, century-old brick building) itself contains just one unit: the Station Master's Suite, consisting of the entire second floor of the station. It comes with a small Victorian parlor, three bedooms, a kitchenette, and balcony. It's nice but not nearly as fun as the rest of the units sit in the railyard, in seven Canadian National cabooses and one boxcar. Honest. The rail cars have been refurbished as very simple rooms and vary in comfort and character. Some are decorated in Edwardian parlor motifs with bead-board paneling and striped wallpaper; others come outfitted with hardwood floors, gas woodstoves, kitchenettes, king beds, and little sitting areas with plastic patio chairs. Needless to say, book into one of these. All bookings include a continental breakfast served in a men's waiting room lined with lanterns and railway memorabilia. (It doubles as a cafe.) The reception area and gift shop is located in the ladies' waiting room. Amazingly, there is even a dining car here, serving lunches and dinners.