The Rand Guest House is located in a very beautiful area of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. It is situated at the mouth of the Pereau River which empties into an estuary on the Minas Basin coast . The Minas Basin is the inner most part of the Bay of Fundy. Its shores are lined with the famous red, Blomidon shale, which yields red, sandy beaches around its perimeter. The tides rise and fall up to 60 feet in some areas of this phenomenal body of water. Local fishermen fish out of the Delhaven wharf for lobster, halibut, and flounder.
The address for the Rand Guesthouse is 1173 Pereau Road.
This is the same road to the Blomidon Provincial Park so if one follows the signage to Blomidon, the Guesthouse is along the way.
From the 101 highway, take exit 11 to Canning.
From Canning, one travels out of town towards Kingsport and turns left at the Pereau Road sign. The Rand Guesthouse is approximately 6 km down this highway towards the Blomidon Park.
Some landmarks are:
The Pereau Baptist Church on a 90 degree turn (2 km before the Rand Guest House).
Randsland Farms which is less than a km before the Guest House.
The Acadian Dyke Road, which is labeled Jackson-Barkhouse Road. The Rand Guest House is about 100 metres past this dyke on the left hand side.