We’ve received a Trip Advisor 2012 Certificate of Excellence Award!

We recently received an email from Trip Advisor:

“TripAdvisor is proud to congratulate Belgravia Bed & Breakfast on earning the prestigious 2012 Certificate of Excellence award.

Our travelers consistently commend your property with the highest praise, and we recognize your 5 rating as an exceptional achievement.

Only the very best in the business are awarded a Certificate of Excellence… Wishing you and Belgravia Bed & Breakfast much continued success throughout 2012. “

We’ve had a number of new reviews posted on Trip Advisor recently – and all have rated the Belgravia Bed & Breakfast as “Excellent”. We strive to provide clean, comfortable accommodations; plentiful, healthy, local food; and a friendly, authentic Nova Scotian atmosphere. We’re always searching for new ways to improve the product we provide.

We know that first-time guests are more likely to trust on-line reviews than a property’s website, so we at Belgravia would like to extend a HUGE  “Thank You!” to our guests who take the time to review us and tell others about their positive experience here on sites such as Trip Advisor, Facebook, or BBCanada.com!

Some recent reviews:

We had an excellent stay! – Tim R, Waterloo, ON

My wife and I can’t say enough good things about our stay at the Belgravia. The hosts were amazing, very welcoming and very helpful. We enjoyed chatting with them. The room was excellent, very comfortable and well appointed. The breakfast was AMAZING, by far the best breakfast of our entire trip. We will most certainly tell our friends to stay here and look forward to staying there again any time we are in the area.”

Superb B&B – Jennifer, Annapolis, MD

The Belgravia really was a fantastic place to stay. The hosts are very welcoming and the house is absolutely beautiful. They gave us great advice on where to see the tidal bore (very quick tidal change ) near by. The rooms are immaculate, well appointed and facilities are great too. The breakfasts were delicious. The photos on the website of the rooms are true to form. You’ll be glad you stayed here. We stayed in the yellow room, I think it was called Serenade. They are all nice. The rose room was smaller, but still very nicely decorated and comfortable. We would love to return here.”

Another Trip Home! – John S, Calgary, AB

I grew up near Truro and try to go back often to visit family. I have stayed at Belgravia four times in the last six years and have come to know it well. Ann and D’arcy are very friendly hosts and are well informed about the area. I often see them giving very useful information to their guests. Breakfasts are great and I am amazed at the variety I enjoy during my longer stays. Belgravia is a welcome retreat when I need a bit of space from my wonderful family.”

A Great  Place to Spend our Anniversary! – Andrew C., Nova Scotia

We had a great time at the Belgravia, celebrating our wedding anniversary. The room was very comfortable with an excellent bathroom and a historic feel. Anne was a perfect host, suggesting a trip to the Marigold Center to see a concert and turning out delicious Belgian Waffles and fresh berries for breakfast. Highly recommended!”

Feels Like Home! – Wilf R., Lethbridge, AB

The Belgravia is an excellent B & B. The house is a nicely kept, older home, with a great deal of charm. The home is very clean with comfortable beds. We recently had our second stay at Belgravia and the atmosphere is wonderful. Breakfast was delicious and healthy. We hope to make staying at Belgravia a routine when in Nova Scotia. Thanks D’arcy and Ann for the enjoyable visit.”

Very Comfortable and Nice! – Long H., Xiamen, China

Comfortable bed and quiet environment made me adjust time different quickly. By the way, the breakfast is very very very good.”

We Made the Paper!

The Announcement of our CNTA Accommodation Award was in the Provincial newspaper, The Chronicle Herald today. 

Joggins wins tourism award 

Fossilized ancient life forms and a television program that got all the women out of town were among the winners of tourism awards Friday night in Truro.
The Central Nova Tourism Association presented its Attraction Award to the one-year-old Joggins fossil cliffs and centre during the association’s 29th annual conference and awards banquet. Citations included the centre’s extensive fossil exhibit and its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Festival and Event Award went to the Colchester County village of Tatamagouche for its involvement in the CBC reality show The Week the Women Went, aired Wednesday nights. The show led to national attention for the village.
Other award winners included Truro’s Belgravia B&B, which received the Accommodation Award; Gallery 215, in the 190-year-old Selma schoolhouse, which received the Giftshop Award; Bitar’s Pizza, Pasta and Grill in Elmsdale, which collected the Food and Beverage Award; and Jost Vineyards owner Hans Christian Jost, Malagash, who won the President’s Award for his significant contribution to tourism development in Central Nova Scotia.
Terri McCulloch, senior project manager of RMA Tourism in Parrsboro, won the Ambassador Award for her work promoting the Fundy tides; and Anita Benedict, manager of the South Maitland Tidal Interpretive Centre, received the Super Host Customer Service Award, designated for an outstanding front-line employee in the tourism industry.
The volunteer Central Nova Tourism Association is one of five provincially recognized tourism organizations in Nova Scotia.
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