Located in the picturesque town centre of Parrsboro, Gillespie House Inn is a delightful Queen Anne revival farmhouse, built around 1890 by a local merchant and ship-builder. It remains reminiscent of the Victorian era with period features, elegant woodwork and hardwood floors. Additionally each of the seven rooms has traditional but stylish furnishings, complimented by antique furniture and views out over the pretty lawns and gardens. A wholesome breakfast is included and can be enjoyed in the main dining room, and the guest lounge, library and large veranda are all comfortable spots in which to relax at the end of the day. The property is close to several good restaurants and it is just a ten minute walk from here to the city centre and the Fundy Geological Museum.