Train Station Inn & Railway Dining Car
Our century old Train Station and railway cars are located centrally within the vibrant and historical village of
Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia restored in the 1980's with furnishings reflecting its railway past.
The station itself and its spacious cabooses & boxcars offer a unique boutique hotel, dining & shopping experience.
The Cabooses started arriving in 1994 and date from 1911 to 1978. Each of the seven cabooses have been renovated into deluxe accommodations reflecting the age of the railway car. Queen size beds, fireplaces, air-conditioning, TV, WiFi, railway memorabilia and private baths are just some of the amenities in the cabooses.
The Dining Car
The Dining Car is a first class experience. The car was built in 1928 and was used by CNR. It found its new home in 2001, & since then has been refurbished into a dining car. It is open daily for lunch & dinner, mid May through mid October. Private event bookings and reservations are welcome.
The Train Station has been restored with three bedrooms, private baths, a parlor, sitting rooms, balcony & kitchenette all in the original Stationmaster's residence on the second floor. On the first floor a railway museum, café & gift shop are in the men's and ladies' waiting rooms as well as the telegraph room.
Formerly the gentlemen's waiting room now our Jitney Café named after the Jitney train that once transported passengers to and from the train station. We serve breakfast in the mornings, hot & cold drinks and baked goods all day.
The Gift Shop
Located in the original telegraph office and ladies waiting room our eclectic gift shop is extensive and easy to lose an hour or so in admiring the variety of treasures waiting to find a new home.
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