Tastefully restored, this bed and breakfast inn is a Registered Heritage Property(c1880) featuring fine antiques acquired through the years. Each of the beautifully appointed guest rooms has colour TV and en-suite shower room.
1880 Kaulbach House is ideally located in the heart of the United Nations designated World Heritage Site.
Overlooking the historic waterfront where you can visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and enjoy a cruise on the harbour. Or stroll along tree lined streets exploring churches, heritage houses, antique shops and galleries.
Lunenburg is about 100km (one hour) from Halifax on Highway 103. Take Highway 103 to Exit 11 (Lunenburg) and then take Route 324 South. Follow the Route 324 South signs for approximately 11 km or 7 miles to the end of Route 324.
Cross Hwy 332 and take the left-hand fork (Dufferin St). Proceed to the junction at the bottom of the hill and at stop sign continue right on Dufferin St. At the 3-way junction cross straight over (Lincoln St). Turn Right onto Pelham Street and continue until you reach Kaulbach House at number 75.
David and Jenny hail from the UK and made Lunenburg, and specifically Kaulbach House, their home in 2007.
The Hooks assure you of a warm welcome to their beautiful home.