Thank you so much for your interest in the Blomidon. We have reopened the inn after temporarily closing on December 7th in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. At this point we are able to offer the following services:
Our executive rooms, Perth Cottage and rooms within the inn are currently available with housekeeping at the end of the stay
Our dining room is open for evening service Thursdays thru Sunday with required reservations, reduced seating and a limited menu that changes bi weekly
Our fitness center and tennis court remain closed
Thank you for your understanding and support. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Welcome to the Blomidon Inn A Historic Hotel In Wolfville, Nova Scotia
We are locatedin the town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Wolfville is in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley; an excellent place to experience, theWorld’s Highest Tidesin North America’s famous Bay of Fundy. TheWolfville areaof the Annapolis Valley is the centre of Nova Scotia’s “Wine Country“. The Blomidon Inn is just moments away from the site of the “Deportation of the Acadian’s in 1755. This historical event inspired Longfellow’s famous poem “Evangeline”. Wolfville is the home of Acadia University which according to MacLean’s Magazine is one of Canada’s leading small universities.Acadia Ubrings all the cultural entrapments and professionalism to Wolfville and indeed to “The Valley” as it is known locally, that universities usually bring to their towns.