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 Lodge & Restaurant 

Where the Bay of Fundy and your perfect vacation begin.

Big adventure. Local welcome.

Perched atop the cliffs of Brier Island and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, you'll find comfortable, oceanfront accommodations and a unique Nova Scotia vacation experience. ​

It’s all in the details…

Brier Island Lodge is a full service accommodation in a one-of-a kind setting, offering short and long term stays to complete your perfect vacation.

Grandview on Brier Restaurant


Brier Island boasts the only licensed sit-down restaurant within a 90 min radius.

Free Wifi

Yes, we do have free wireless internet. Connectivity is based on weather. Please visit our policy page for more.

Pet Friendly


Well-behaved Pets are accepted in select rooms. Please read our complete pet policy here.



Greenhouse on-site growing fresh local food for the restaurant and community.

Daily Housekeeping


Clean and comfortable rooms each day of your stay.

Ocean Frontage


Brier Island Lodge is well situated with a great view of the ocean.

Kitchenette available​


Full Kitchen's are available with all apartments and based on availability with our suite reservations.

Gift Shop


Orginal artwork, local artist works 

Reviews and Testimonials

Guest Rooms

Brier Island Lodge features 37 comfortable rooms and suites to choose from. Most of the rooms and suites have an ocean/lighthouse view.  The views from our clifftop location above the village of Westport overlooking the Grand Passage are magnificent!


All of our rooms are smoke-free with private ensuite bath, wifi, and mini-fridges.


Reservations 1-800-662-8355

Prefer to talk to a real person? Call our toll-free number and our reservation agents will be happy to help you select the best room to meet your needs.

Greenhouse with chickens

From farm
to table.

The Brier Island greenhouse is a great source of pride for the owners, meaning they can easily and sustainably provide fresh local food for the restaurant and community.

Brier Island on Instagram


Hey, what's that thing in the harbour?

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