Our Inn

The Past & The Present

Inn Overview


Our Libraries on both guest floors are filled with a broad selection of books. Take one or leave one.

The dining room is perfect for either quietly reading the morning newspaper or joining in wide-ranging discussions over the complimentary continental breakfast.

The deck and garden are wonderful outside spaces, providing a serene haven. It is populated with trees, plants and blueberry bushes providing both privacy and fresh air - lovely for both socializing and enjoying a glass of wine with friends.

We also offers bicycle rentals to our guests.

  • 10 BEAUTIFUL ROOMS
  • FREE BREAKFAST
  • FREE WI-FI
  • AIRPORT & FERRY TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
  • RESTAURANT & DAY TRIP PLANNING
  • FREE ON-SITE PARKING

The Past

The original builders and owners of the Inn were James A. Stalker and his wife circa. 1865. They had a general store on the ground floor, and ran the bank from there until undertaking the building of the Scotia Bank next door. The family (and servants) lived on the upper levels, and there was even a kiln in the cellar for producing Stalker crockery.

Since those days, the building has had a variety of re-inventions -- the town library, insurance office, MLA office, apartments, general store, and now it is the graceful and elegant Scotsman Inn.

The Present

The current owners of the Inn began greeting guests in the summer of 2016. They have added some fine touches to the Inn with the addition of period antiques, art work, Ship Hector Passenger List, uncovered original fireplaces and more.

The Scotsman Inn

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