Tatamagouche Centre comes to life through the people that are here. This has been a meaningful space for so many years for so many people.
Tatamagouche Centre sits on 15 acres of rolling lawns, flower gardens and huge oak trees just west of the Village of Tatamagouche, on Nova Scotia’s North Shore. We are surrounded by parks, water and trails: Nelson Park to our North, the Trans-Canada Trail along the edge of the Tatamagouche bay to our East and the
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.