Deals & Packages


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Christmas Season

We’re open  from December 2nd to December 21st, 2016 for Christmas celebrations.   Dinner reservations are available any night of the week for parties of 6 or more. Smaller tables […]


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New Year’s Eve

Welcome in 2016 here at the Amherst Shore Country Inn. Our special New Year’s Eve packages includes accommodation for two,  a 6 course dinner for two with live entertainment, party […]


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Gift Certificates

Give a getaway or perhaps a dinner for two,… add a bottle of wine,… the choice is all up to you.   We can prepare custom gift certificates for you […]


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$349 Chalet Deal 3-Night

  Until January 31st, stay any 3 consecutive nights in one of our oceanview chalets for just $349+HST Save $128.00 + HST when you book for 3 nights. (The regular rate is […]


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Snowshoe Package

Come enjoy snowshoeing at the Amherst Shore Country Inn this January, February or March.  There are over 4 kms of trails through the property’s woodlands.   Included with this Package […]


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Romance by the Sea

      Our most popular Package is the two night Romance by the Sea Package.  Details of what the package includes are below:           This […]


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1 Night – Dinner and Breakfast

  Savour a four course gourmet dinner at and enjoy an overnight by the sea!   Reservations are required for dinner and the menu choices are confirmed a day or […]


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2 Night Gourmet Getaway

    Enjoy two nights by the sea! Savour a Gourmet dinner each evening at 7:30pm. Reservations are required for dinner and the menu choices are confirmed at the time of […]


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Maple Weekend

Enjoy a two night stay at the Amherst Shore Country Inn and experience an authentic sugaring off.  We will be collecting maple sap as it was traditionally using spiles and buckets right here along our snowshoe trails.   […]


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