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There's something so peaceful about being close to the water. It might be the sound of waves lapping against the shore, or maybe it's the sparkling blue vistas.
Either way, these special Airbnbs in Nova Scotia offer the kind of relaxing moments you might be craving right now. Canada's maritime provinces are known for their ocean views, but Nova Scotia, in particular, really delivers on them.
Even with the gorgeous locales and cozy accommodations, many of these are really affordable, so you don't have to go broke just trying to get away for a little while.
So here are four waterfront Airbnbs that might be just the relaxing getaway you've been looking to have this summer.
Price: $155 per night
Location: Head of Saint Margarets Bay
Why You Need To Go: You can't get much closer to the water than this. Imagine barbecuing some burgers with the waves lapping beneath your feet. Pets are also welcome in this cozy space!
Sea Shore Bunkie
Sea Shore Bunkie.
Price: $129 per night
Location: Upper LaHave
Why You Need To Go: If you're looking for an authentic seaside experience, then this tiny bunkie might just be perfect. It's got a lovely deck, firepit, and access to a couple of boats for getting out on the water.
Quiet Riverside Retreat
Quiet Riverside Retreat.
Price: $150 per night
Why You Need To Go: It might not be right on the ocean, but this cozy cottage is surrounded by nature and sits right by the rapids of the Petite River. Inside, you'll find plenty of rustic comforts, including a wood-burning fireplace.
Glamping Off The Beaton Path
Glamping Off The Beaton Path.
Price: $115 per night
Why You Need To Go: Pack your bags and go camping in style at this Airbnb, where you'll get to view the sunset along the water and enjoy the summer air on a private patio.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.
This article has been updated since it was originally published on July 16, 2020