An oasis by the sea
The Oakdale Room plays homage to the elegance and style of which the house was originally built. With hand carved moldings & trim and an original plaster medallion from Italy, it's these details that set the room aside.
The room offers a queen sized pillow top bed, 1600 thread count sheets, with your own private, unattached, washroom with huge soaker tub. With a big beautiful bay window and sitting area, the room provides ample space to relax.
The only room on the main floor of the house, across the hall is a comfortable sitting room with an array of books and games. The sun porch offers additional space to sit and relax and enjoy the afternoon sun.
$255 /two night stay
$370 /three night stay
During our peak months June- September we have a one week cancellation policy, outside of that is 48 hours.
Scott & Angel
“Staying at The Oakdale Room was an amazing experience. The room is big, comfortable and very clean. In addition the whole house is beautiful. Kelly and Danny are friendly and wonderful as hosts. Danny prepared us delicious breakfast every morning. Definitely The Oakdale Room is the place to stay in Maitland. Looking forward to going back.”
— Toronto, Ontario
"We stayed here for one night. It was a beautiful, quiet room and we got the good night's sleep we needed -- and had a good soak in the tub. Kelly and Danny have paid attention to every detail. They were very accommodating through texts that evening and amiable in person during breakfast, which was delicious.
— New York, New York
“Staying at Kelly and Danny's made our short 3 day trip to Nova Scotia perfect. Their home is beautifully renovated, comfortable, and ideally located. The Oakdale room gets great light in the morning and has its own private bathroom with a luxurious soaking tub and views of the beautiful property. The guesthouse is within walking distance to the oldest general store in Canada, the Shubenacadie River, The Lawrence House Museum, Tidal Bore Rafting- it's not possible to run out of things to do and see. Kelly and Danny are warm and welcoming- full of great stories about the history of Maitland. Each day at the house began with fresh coffee and a home cooked breakfast as we chatted about plans for the upcoming day. Kelly and Danny are super knowledgeable about the area, helped us figure out the best time to view the tides, and pointed us to the best whale watching tour around! Be sure to take the short drive to Burntcoat Head Park to view the world's highest tides- an incredible experience! This was truly one of our best BNB experiences and we cannot wait to return to Maitland for the food, adventure, and great people! Wouldn't dream of staying anywhere else:) ”
— Chicago, Illinois
Take a break from the hustle and bustle.