Find out why everyone's talking about New Brunswick! An afternoon in the shade of a sidewalk cafe. Strolling tranquil country lanes. Take a whale watching tour. Visiting a show of local artists. Take a nostalgic train ride. Discover that perfect gift.
Welcome to Canadas Best Value Inn and Suites Woodstock, conveniently located off of Trans-Canada Highway exit 188 in Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada. Woodstock is known for having the Longest Covered Bridge in the World and is considered the Covered Bridge Capital of Atlantic Canada.
Located off the Trans-Canada Highway, we’re within seven kilometers of Magnetic Hill Zoo and Capitol Theatre. Magic Mountain, Centennial Park, and Downtown Moncton are less than 15 minutes away. Relax in our pool and stay active in our fitness center.
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Welcome to Chimera Farms Bed & Breakfast and Chalet in Hopewell Cape New Brunswick, minutes from the famous Hopewell Rocks. Come see nature at her best, yet only one-half hour from Moncton. Biking, walking and hiking trails at our front door.
"It was a wonderfull honey moon romantic getaway or a great place for the family we where there in Oct and where fortunate enought that noone was renting the chalet for the weekend planning on going ..... "
The Fairway Inn welcomes you to clean, comfortable, affordable accommodations. With easy on and off exits, we are centrally located in between Saint John, Moncton, and Fredericton. The Fairway Inn offers the finest in accommodations and dining in the Sussex area.
Welcome to the Knights Inn Woodstock conveniently located on the number 2 Trans Canada Hwy Exit 184 in Jacksonville. We are only 15 minutes from U.S.A border and only 2 minutes from Houlton Road and only 5 minutes from downtown Woodstock. On the amazing Saint John River.
276 Lockhart Mill Road Woodstock, New Brunswick E7M 5K4
New Brunswick embraces that perfect blend of the contemporary with the classic! Where else could you find world-class cities only moments from incredible natural wonders - the world's highest tides, winding rivers that stretch for days, or one of the last pristine sand dunes on the eastern shore.
Shop for crafts! Eat lobster! Picnic by a covered bridge. Take a carriage ride! Enjoy dinner theatre and then end the day tucked away in a cozy seaside inn or a luxurious B&B - there are so many wonderful ways to stay.
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