A Seafaring Maiden
A Seafaring Maiden is an inn / B&B located in Granville Ferry. A Seafaring Maiden was named after one of Captain Joseph Hall’s daughters, Elizabeth Pritchard Hall. In March of 1870, 20-year-old Elizabeth sailed with her father out of Saint John on the 1444 ton full-rigged ship Rothesay.
Local dining options close to A Seafaring Maiden include The Treasure Company Coffee House, Cafe Restaurant Compose, Leo's Cafe, and Ye Olde Towne Pub.
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