Liscomb, a small seaside community, can be found in Guysborough County, along the rugged south eastern shores of Nova Scotia's mainland. It is believed the community is named after the Liscomb House in England. Liscomb was first settled in 18th century, and endured multiple name changes. Liscomb was a successful lumber town until its main mill closed its doors in 1908, and today is more so a fishing community. Liscomb is positioned a driving distance of 131 km (81.4 mi.) northeast of Nova Scotia's capital, Halifax.

Liscomb is situated in the midst of rugged terrain and wetlands, which will provide more than enough excitement for any diehard outdoor adventurer. There exists the Liscomb Game Sanctuary, where visitors to the land can enjoy hunting, exploring, hiking, kayaking, beautiful waterways, canoeing, swimming, fishing and of course, the beautiful scenery. Nearby, a living museum in Sherbrooke exhibits the way of life in Nova Scotia in the early 20th century. Kayaking tours are also available to the general public.

Liscomb accommodations include beautiful waterside bed and breakfasts.

Birchill Bed & Breakfast and Guest House / Cottage
5254 Liscomb, Marine Drive
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