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.
Stay at the pet-friendly Travelodge Edmundston hotel with easy access off the Trans-Canada Highway and convenience to Edmundston Arts Center, Mont Farlagne Ski Hill, Universite de Moncton, and Edmundston Sports Pavilion.
As soon as you step into our gorgeous lobby, you know you are in for a very special treat. With a flair inspired by the golden years of ship-faring and early air travel and its sleek, state-of-art amenities, you already know your stay with us will be comfortable, inspiring and utterly delightful..
222 Belliveau Street Shediac, New Brunswick E4P 0M2
cottage / chalet or cabin:
Our cottage is located on Youghall Beach, in Bathurst. You would be renting the main-level unit, which was renovated last summer. The cottage has two bedrooms each with a double bed.
There is a large living area and kitchen.
"I've stayed at this cottage for two consecutive years, and will continue to return for a week every year as long as it's available. Excellent location, everything you need in the cottage, best spot ..... "
1896 Schryer Avenue Bathurst, New Brunswick E2A4Y4
Bed & Breakfast or Boutique Hotel:
Spacious rural ambiance on Mactaquac headpond. 2 non-smoking queen suites with river views (1 with ensuite whirlpool bath and 1 with ensuite private bath and private deck); bring your kayak and enjoy the water, or walk in the fields and relax on the large deck or by a fire in the lounge.
"We had a wonderful stay at Ann and Edwin's beautiful home. It was a very relaxing and comfortable environment in the home only topped by the fantastic views and scenery outdoors.
The breakfast was ..... "
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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