Places to stay in Caraquet, New Brunswick

We currently have 21 accommodations in and around Caraquet with other regional listings available for Campsites, Motor Inns, Hotels, B&B's and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Located at the north-eastern point of New Brunswick and part of the Acadian Peninsula, Caraquet, with a population of 5000 inhabitants, was acquired a enviable reputation from all the points of view. Local dining options include Café Phare, Double D, Hotel Paulin Restaurant, and Mitchan Sushi.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks.

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The Hotel Paulin

Photograph of Hotel Paulin, Caraquet
A classic Victorian structure, set well back from the street, and owned by the Paulin family for generations. Located on the Acadian peninsula of New Brunswick's North Shore near Bathurst and Caraquet. Canada Select 4 Star accommodations. Recently renovated and now featured on the cover of New .....

The Gite Le Poirier Bed and Breakfast

Photograph of Gite Le Poirier Bed and Breakfast, Caraquet
Acadian hospitality in the restful atmosphere of a historic propert and in picturesque Caraquet, New Brunswick. 'Le Poirier' Bed and Breakfast, a 1927 heritage homestead, has been restored to its original splendor and furnished with antiques, Wonderful sunsets in a cosy seashore fishing town. .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Benefit from the proximity from the sea by taking of deep sea fishing excursion, by observing whales or taking a trip on a sailing ship, dining on fresh seafood and our oysters. A delight of gourmets. You will be able to stroll on the quay admiring the fishing trawlers. Forget all your concerns when you on a corner of a secluded beach.

If the forest attracts you, turns the back on the sea and directs you towards the forest in order to taste the quietude of our wooded or walks you along our cycle track.

Caraquet was always recognized for its Acadian culture and history; the evidence of this pride is noticed everywhere. You will find them in the vestiges of its past and the particular accent of the language from here. To discover our history, you will visit the Acadian Historical Village, the Museum of Caraquet, Economuse of oyster, theSaint-Pierre-aux-Liens church and the Sainte-Anne-du-Bocage Sanctuary.

Succumb to temptation to attend our many festivals in summer: Festivin, Lobster, Motor Bike Weekend or the Festival of Visual Arts in the Atlantic in July, with our Official reception of the song, our famous Acadian Festival or with the Festival of Poetry in October. Theatre afficionados will be entertained by the productions of the Popular Theatre of Acadie. You will take part in activities which will make your stay with Caraquet an unforgettable experiment. We await you; the tricolour flags will decorate our boulevard in your honor.

Other local Caraquet information.

  • Longitude: -64°57'26.28
  • Latitude: 47°47'4.5599

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