Places to stay in Grand Manan, New Brunswick

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Situated in the entrance to the Bay of Fundy, the Grand Manan Archipelago must be explored to discover its rich treasure of natural wonders. From dawn to dusk, fill your days with nature; time goes by the tides. Here is a unique vacation spot or a place to call your own, prosperous and charming islands in the sea at their best. Local restaurants include The Inn at Whale Cove Restaurant, Marathon Inn Restaurant, Fundy House, and The Harbour Gifts and 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, Grand Manan is located close to Sand Bar Ledge, Hoyt Island, Pennfield Corner, Gannet Rock Bank and McGraws Island.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Grand Manan

The Inn at Whale Cove Lodge & Cottages

Photograph of Inn at Whale Cove Lodge & Cottages, Grand Manan
10 OUT OF 10 I don't think the past reviewer stayed at the same place I did, The Inn at Whale Cove on Grand Manan Island, at the same time my wife and I did, we were the only ones there on Wednesday May 20, 2009! This is a regular place for us to unwind mostly because of the location and certainly because of .....

The Eden's Oasis

Eden's Oasis Hotel. . . Private, Peaceful, Beautiful, Condo Cottages with all the amenities of a Hotel. Features FREE Satellite TV, Whirlpool Tubs, Fridge & Stove, and Key card Entry. ** Take advantage of our NEW LOWER RATES STARTING AT $79*** ***Check Out time is 11:00am/Check In time is .....

The Surfside Motel

Photograph of Surfside Motel, Grand Manan
The five acre property overlooks Flagg's Cove and Long Island Bay and has its own beach where you can explore, sunbathe, watch the fishing boat activity, the ferry arrivals or simply gaze at the tide's twice daily "twentysomething" foot rise and fall. If you wish to leave your vehicle in Black's .....

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Two permanently populated islands, Grand Manan and White Head, are surrounded by numerous other islands and rocky shoals, including Machias Seal Island - a seabird nesting colony and an island whose ownership is still disputed between the United States and Canada.

From spring nesting to fall migration birdwatchers can reach for their binoculars with delight. For the hardier, winter seabirding can bring immense satisfaction. Painters, photographers, rock hounds and hikers find new stimulation for their creativity. Whale watchers will be amazed at the sight of magnificent leviathons, including the rare North Atlantic right whale. Entrepreneurs will find great opportunities and a peaceful way of life.

Drive or bike along 33 km or 18 miles of road on Grand Manan following the sea. Or take a short ferry ride to White Head and continue the adventure. Quaint immaculate clusters of homes charm you with their individuality. Leave the main road for fresh water lakes, meadows of wild flowers and miles of lush vegetation. You will find islands of rare geography - on Grand Manan long sand beaches to the east and craggy cliffs to the west; on White Head, quartzite cliffs, bogs and sand beaches.

Good food and accommodations await you; you can dine on local cuisine, and camp or stay in comfortable surroundings. Make our Islands your Islands - your home away from home or maybe your home. You will arrive by sea and we will be waiting.

Both Grand Manan and White Head Islands' very existence as communities lies deeply rooted in tradition and history, out of which springs a bond of love that is not easily shaken. Be forewarned! If this is your first time in the Grand Manan Archipelago, it will likely be the first of many. As one summer visitor so aptly stated: "I have been coming to Grand Manan for nearly 40 years and I have yet to see or do all that I would like to in one summer, so I keep returning year after year."

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Closed, unlisted or renamed properties

  • Jewel Chalet Rentals, 6 Fleet Street
  • Captain Cook's B&B, 1171 Route 776