Lequille, a scenic little village belonging to Annapolis County, is positioned by the Lequille River, near the western shores of Nova Scotia's mainland. Lequille, the name, is derived from Samuel de Champlain, who named the nearby river after a fish that lived in its waters. The town is named after the river. Lequille is a storied village, settled way back in the early 1600s. As well, Lequille is a fishing community, and is involved in the agriculture industry. Lequille is located just 37.7 km (23.4 mi.) northeast of the popular tourist destination of Digby.

Lequille is home to the Lequille Power House, which features a pretty picnic area, beautiful scenery and North America's first grist mill, which is just a short walk away. Lequille is a great place to go fishing, hunting, hiking, shopping, golfing, whale-watching and more. As well, Lequille is near such great attractions as the Fort Anne Park, local grave yard tours, a theme park, historic gardens, monuments and insightful museums.

Lequille accommodations include beautiful cottages.

Helen's Cabins
Long Term
106 Rte 201
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