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Wolfville is a wonderful spot if you have a pet, as 13 vacation rentals Wolfville allow you to bring your pet. Pet-friendly rentals in Wolfville is on average $274 per night. If you want to stay central, One-third of the pet-friendly rentals are less than 2 kilometres away from the city centre.
Vacation Rentals in Wolfville Promise Wine, Nature, and Culture
Book a vacation rental in Wolfville to tour Nova Scotia’s finest wineries, hike coastal trails, and enjoy the best this pretty town has to offer. Whether you opt for a historic downtown bed and breakfast or a traditional clapboard cabin with sweeping vistas, a trip to Wolfville will leave you hungry for more. Surrounded by hills and valleys and bordering the Minas Basin, Wolfville makes for the perfect Nova Scotia getaway.
Wolfville: An Artsy University Town
For a small town, Wolfville certainly packs a punch when it comes to arts and culture. The Arcadia University Art Gallery displays the work of local artists, with the aim of promoting visual literacy. The university, one of the nation’s best art universities, is a defining part of the town’s character. Before you visit, check out the university's schedule, which often includes music, theatre, literary, and art events. Visit The Box of Delights, a book lover’s dream, and the Randall House Museum, which documents local history and is open each year between May and September.
Wolfville and Beyond: Exploring Nova Scotia
If you love wine, one of the best things about Wolfville has to be its proximity to the Annapolis Valley. Booking accommodations in Wolfville is the best way to explore the region. Close to town, Grand Pré Winery welcomes visitors for tours of the vineyards and meals in its restaurant. Other wineries nearby include Luckett Vineyards and Gaspereau Vineyards.
Get back to nature on some of the nearby hiking trails. The Millennium Trail starts at a tiny harbour and winds its way to the Sherwood Ravine. Try the Rail Trail or Reservoir Park trails for views of the surrounding countryside. For something a bit different, head to the provincial capital, Halifax. Just an hour away by car, the pretty, waterfront city is famed for its fantastic food.
Wolfville Events: Ice Sculptures and Mud Races
Wolfville’s events calendar is packed throughout the year. Visit in late November to celebrate the Night of Lights. The event, celebrating the Christmas lights being turned on, brings plenty of hot chocolate and warm apple cider. In February, Wolfville’s Winter Warmer displays ice sculpting, warming fires, and local wine and music.
Visit in summer, and you’re likely to get covered in mud. Each July, the town celebrates Mud Creek Days, with a mud challenge race, street parties, and a carnival atmosphere. The Deep Roots Music Festival in September promises a weekend of the best folk and roots music from Canada and beyond, while the Devour! Food Film Festival in October celebrates just what you'd think it would.
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