MacKenzie's Nova Scotia Cottages have also been a favourite of travelers to Nova Scotia's South Shore for more than forty years... Our park-like setting has one-bedroom cottages and two-bedroom cottages
You won't find a more welcoming place to stay on Nova Scotia's South Shore, and we've taken the utmost care to make your stay a memorable one. Our Nova Scotia cottages all have many features, including private baths, satellite TV, telephone, air conditioning, free continental breakfast and free, high-speed wireless internet service.   


Guests also enjoy

  • Queen bed with top-of-the line, pillow-top mattresses
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with cookware and dishes
  • In-room Coffee
  • Air conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • Telephones
  • Bath/Shower


  • Heated Outdoor Pool
  • Surrounding Decks
  • Landscaped, Brookside Atmosphere
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • BBQs Available For Guest Use
  • Irons & ironing boards are available



The Acker Cottage is named after the Acker family, early settlers in the Shelburne Area. The Ackers were well-known as a family whose generations operated saw mills and lumbering businesses. They were the primary supplier of raw and milled lumber used by the Cox and Muir family shipbuilding operations.         

The David George Cottage is named after one of the most accomplished African Canadians to have ever set foot in Nova Scotia. David George came to Birchtown as a member of the Black Loyalists, where he began preaching to and baptizing the blacks within the community. Later, he became involved in preparing for the voyage to Sierra Leone. He and his family made the journey and George continued his preaching there..         

The Thorburne Cottage is named after the long-lived Thorburne fishing family. Louis died at 101 and brother Johnny died at 96, after working decoys in his retirement years. Louis lost three of his sons when the Bonnie Gail, loaded with cod, haddock and ground fish sank off the coast in 1967.        



  [wheelchair accessible]

The Crosby Cottage commemorates the lives of two generations of the Crosbies, from nearby Historic Lockeport. The family patriarch was an industrial arts instructor for decades and all of his children are quite accomplished  crafts persons. The family tradition is carried on by a master weaver, a waterfowl carver and specialty guitar maker, a musician, plus a renowned builder of hand-crafted homes in the County.         

The Goodick Cottage represents generations of proud fishermen, starting with Captain James Goodick, who fished from a dory out of Gloucester Massachusetts as far as the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. The family has been a one hundred percent fishing family, with Jim's two sons still in the business.         


The Stockley Cottage is named after Sandra Goodick's family and her father, Pleamon, who was a miner and dynamite specialist in Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland.         
The Mackenzie Cottage is named after the original owners and builders of MacKenzies, Angus MacKenzie. He started with 10 cabins and a tourist home, which has been increased to 16 total units, including cottages, motel and suites by the present owners, Jim and Sandra Goodick.  return to HOME    see RATES here        


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Taxes additional
Children 12 and under free



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