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Greybeard's Bed & Breakfast

Right in the heart of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
"A real flair for food!"
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Complimentary wireless internet access
After a quiet night's rest, join us for an exceptional breakfast

Greybeard's B&B Lunenburg Nova Scotia

Lunenburg, founded in 1753, is a charming small town with a remarkable history of sailing ships and iron men. Bluenose and Bluenose II were both built in Lunenburg. The solid boatbuilding background expresses itself in the distinctive architecture - residences, churches and a National Heritage Site, the Lunenburg Academy.

Greybeard's B&B is within walking distance of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lunenburg's "Old Town."

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Today, Lunenburg is home to a wonderful collection of festivals, activities, sightseeing opportunities, many fine restaurants and art galleries - visit our See & Do page!

Testimonial for Greybeard's B&B
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

"The rumors are true! The Greybeard experience was outstanding. Until next time!" - Meaghan, Nova Scotia

"Not only the best breakfast on the trip, the best breakfast ever - what warm friendly hosts!" - Earl and Carol, California

Greybeard's hosts, Bob & Rosanna Higgins

Greybeard's hosts Bob and Rosanna Higgins are living a decades-old dream. They welcome guests with fine Maritime hospitality - offering them a relaxing pause in their journey, a good night's sleep, and a memorable breakfast.

"Our house was built in 1887 for Captain William Howard Hebb (1863-1947) of Lunenburg," says Bob. See photo and partial newspaper clipping to the right.

"For 25 years Captain Hebb commanded Brigs and three-masted schooners to many ports of the world, having the reputation of being one of the leading deep sea captains of his day."

Captain Wm Howard Hebb Captain Hebb rescues at sea

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