Welcome to the Comfort Inn Yarmouth, Nova Scotia!

Conveniently located near Yarmouth Mall, Mariners Centre arena and the Yarmouth Arts Regional Centre. Now Serving free HOT Breakfast!

A New Level of Comfort

The Comfort Inn Yarmouth offers a wide range of amenities including:
 
  • Completely Renovated Guest Rooms, Lobby & Breakfast Room!
  • Free Hot Breakfast
  • Free Wireless High Speed Internet Access
  • Free Local Calls 
  • Unlimited Long Distance and International Calling $5 per stay (up to 5 nights)
  • Pet-friendly Accommodations, $10 per stay pet fee

Yarmouth & Acadian Shores is located at the southwest end of Nova Scotia, Canada, and offers visitors 'An Experience Shaped by the Sea.'

While you’re here you will want to visit the Cape Forchu Lightstation, this stunning lighthouse sits atop a 17 acre park. Facilities include a museum, tea room, gift shops, walking trails and look-off points. This is Nova Scotia's 2nd most photographed lighthouse and is the Beacon to Canada.

See how more than 250 years of relationship with the sea can shape a town. Uncover an extraordinary Acadian past in towns such as Clare, Argyle or Pubnico, the world's oldest Acadian community. From one of Canada's richest fishing grounds to gatherings with lots of music referred to as a "tyme" - Yarmouth and Acadian Shores truly is an experience shaped by the sea.

Everywhere you go you'll discover the hospitality of a region unlike any other. Pass through the Pubnicos and be welcomed to the oldest Acadian settlement in the world. Travel along the scenic coastline of Argyle and the colourful French Acadian shore of Clare as the sea unfolds before you. Wander through Yarmouth with Heritage in Your Hand self guided walking tour and enjoy museums, restaurants and shopping in a truly historic port town.

The Yarmouth & Acadian Shores region is a rich blend of heritage, culture and community spirit. A place where the sea influences all aspects of life, and Acadian warmth beckons you to extend your stay.

Yarmouth & Acadian Shores has been welcoming visitors since 1604 when Samuel de Champlain discovered the area. Located at the south western tip of Nova Scotia, approximately 300 km south of Halifax, today's visitors can find their way to the region via several scenic routes.

ARRIVE BY SEA FROM NEW ENGLAND
Experience the CAT Ferry between Portland Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The ferry is scheduled to start June 15 and run through to Sept. 30, with daily departures from Yarmouth at 8:30 a.m. and Portland at 2:30 p.m. It would return to Yarmouth at 9 p.m. Traveling between New England and Nova Scotia will be much easier and more enjoyable than ever, the fast-ferry service will cut travel time in half. Drive on with your vehicle or walk on board.
With plenty of onboard amenities and a knowledgeable local staff and crew, your journey will be more than just fast — it will be downright pleasant.

ARRIVE BY SEA FROM NEW BRUNSWICK
Take an unforgettable journey across the Bay of Fundy in comfort & style!
Travel aboard the MV Fundy Rose, which docks daily in Digby Nova Scotia, a short 50 minute drive from Yarmouth & Acadian Shores. The short crossing averages 2 hours 30 minutes occurs daily, with departures from Saint John New Brunswick and Digby Nova Scotia. More information can be found online at Digby Saint John Ferry.
ARRIVE BY LAND
Driving from Halifax there are four routes to Yarmouth and Acadian Shores.
1. Take Highway 101 from Halifax and head west via the Annapolis Valley.
2. Follow scenic route #1 along the Annapolis Valley and Fundy Shore south from Halifax.
3. Take Highway 103 from Halifax and head west via the South Shore.
4. Follow scenic route #3 south from Halifax along the South Shore.