Stevens House is the second oldest building in Tatamagouche. Newly renovated, it offers wheelchair accessible lodging, a lounge and kitchen on the ground level and three bedrooms upstairs. Shower and bath facilities are shared.
Saswasig Lodge provides a kitchenette and seven bedrooms each with a private washroom. Shower and bath facilities are shared. The large lounge has floor to ceiling windows that overlook the French River.
Creighton House has five suites, each with two bedrooms, a bathroom and private entrance.
Campbell House is an iconic feature of the Tatamagouche Centre grounds. Originally built in 1824, it has a lot of character and is the oldest house in Tatamagouche. It has 8 spacious bedrooms, all with private bathrooms. It also has a large living room and a kitchenette.
Andrew House is the ideal building for a private retreat. Andrew is a single building with two residences. Andrew I has a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, living room with fire place, tv and bedroom. Andrew II has a kitchenette, living room with TV, two bedrooms and a bathroom.