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Brown's Guest Home B&B

158 Victoria Street East

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Welcome to Brown’s Guest Home
Bed & Breakfast

Our home was built in 1904 when many of the large Victorian houses on this street were being constructed.

The house features well-kept hardwood floors throughout.

The kitchen and bathrooms are decorated with natural oak finishes.

Guests are welcome to use the living room on the main floor, including TV.

There is an additional library/sitting room on the second floor, for guest use.

Our three guest rooms are also located on the second floor along with 1 & 1/2 baths.

Wireless internet (wi-fi) is included and accessible throughout the house.

The kitchen and dining area are situated on the west side of of the house.

We want you to feel welcome in our home. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions or special requests.

Breakfast is Served

Our breakfast buffet is available in the dining room each morning between 7:30 and 9:00 am.

Enjoy a selection of fresh fruit, juice, freshly brewed coffee or tea of your choice, homemade scones, muffins & jams.

Our Guest Rooms

The Green Room

Features a queen-size bed and a single bed.
Maximum 3 guests.

Single – $145 – $165 /night*

The Flower Room

Features a queen-size bed and cot.
Maximum 3 guests.

$145 – $165 /night*

The Sunset Room

Features a double bed.
Maximum 2 guests.

$145 – $155 /night*

*Prices are subject to change

Your Hosts

Hello, we are Deane & Nancy Allen and we would love to host you at our family home in Amherst, Nova Scotia.

We also have a friendly four-legged feline named “Rusty the Cat” who only occupies our private area (he’s off limits to guest rooms), but he may greet you at the door when you arrive.

We enjoy making recommendations about things to see and do in the area, as well as local events and activities.

Antique car enthusiasts are welcome!

Our History

Verne and Devota Brown officially opened their doors as a guest home to the travelling public in 1955.

It began as a request from existing guest homes needing a place for their overflow of tourists.

Verne and Devota served the traveling public for 29 years, until their retirement in 1984.

Nancy (daughter of Verne and Devota Brown) and husband, Deane Allen, purchased the guest home in 1984.

Upon Nancy’s own retirement from the bank, she and Deane changed their guest home into a bed and breakfast.

The traveling public have enjoyed the hospitality of this family business for over 60 years.