Places to stay in Alma, New Brunswick
We currently have 28 accommodations in and around Alma with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, B&B's, Hotels, Motor Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
There is plenty to see and do in Alma and in the surrounding areas. At Alma beach you can walk out 1 km on the ocean floor at low tide. You can also visit the working wharf, the gift shops and the eateries. You can take off on a Fresh Air Adventure, take the Fundy Mist Boat tour or go hiking, golfing and swimming in Fundy National Park or visit the world famous Hopewell Rocks nearby. The activities continue throughout the winter and include snowmobiling, snow shoeing, tobogganing and skating. Local dining options include Tides Restaurant, Seawinds Restaurant, Sandy's Steak & Seafood, and The Keepers Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? The region is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Alma is located close to Clark Hollow Brook, Leaman Brook, Beech Hill, Dowdall Lake and Bald Rock.
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For a weekend away from the hustle and busel of City life in Halifax we stayed at Bayview Motel, Chalet and RV Park and it was great sooooo clean, tidy, relaxed , nice place to meet new friends around the campfire , the staff were so friendly and helpfull and very knowledgeable about the local .....
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- Longitude: -64°56'29.171
- Latitude: 45°36'13.662
Things to see and do
Cape Enrage - The Fundy Adventure Challenge Site
Located at 650 Cape Enrage Road. Designated by Frommer's Guide as the Best View in Canada, we have the undisputed best view of the Bay of Fundy at this award-winning attraction! We'll teach you how to rappel down those cliffs and how to climb back up! At the bottom is a beach you can explore at low tide. We'll also take you out to sea in a kayak, guide you through caves and take you fossil hunting on the beach. Aside from guided outdoor adventures, you can wander a coastal trail and spend some time at the beautiful Cape Enrage lighthouse, one of the oldest in the province. If you're feeling hungry after a morning of exploration, join us for lunch at the Keepers Restaurant, where there's always a bowl of hot chowder and homemade biscuits waiting on the stove. A complete Fundy Adventure awaits you at Cape Enrage.
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