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About New Brunswick
New Brunswick can be unfairly overlooked as people head to neighbouring Prince Edward Island or Nova Scotia. More fool them. They are missing out on one of Canada's unspoiled wildernesses; a playground of rivers, coastal islands, pine forests, mountains, beaches and pretty-as-a-picture villages, making it a great place to go for outdoors-y folk, nature-lovers, bird-watchers, hikers and bikers! As well as outdoor adventures, New Brunswick offers friendly cities with theatres, galleries and French-influenced shops and restaurants. And, because the province is not huge, the best places to stay in New Brunswick let you mix outdoor adventures with city fun.
What not to miss
- Head to Sackville Waterfowl Park for a spot of puffin, Blue heron and Bald eagle spotting.
- Visit the Bay of Fundy and go whale-watching. Afterwards, see some of the amazing rock formations down in the bay itself.
- Go sunbathing on Parlee Beach!
- Hike, bike, ski or kayak through Mount Carleton Park or Sugarloaf Bike Park.
- If you're in Fredericton, the capital, check out the Beaverbrook Art Gallery!
- Immerse yourself in the region's history at the ew Brunswick Museum in the port city of St. John.
- Walk around the Kingsbrae Gardens of St Andrews-by-the-Sea.
- Take a trip to Campobello Island to visit the Roosevelt Campobello International Park whose chief attraction is the arts-and-crafts-style cottage where the future President grew up and later regularly visited.
An enchanting region of wilderness, New Brunswick is as beautiful as it is unspoilt, a playground for nature-lovers, hikers and bikers. Find out more by browsing our list of the best places to stay in New Brunswick!
The best places to stay in New Brunswick
- The Kingsbrae Arms is a beautifully restored property dating back to 1897 in the pretty seaside town of St Andrews. Elegant rooms offer a raft of original features, plus four poster beds and balconies. The food is gourmet and all ingredients are locally sourced.
For an apartment or villa
- Our partner Booking.com has a wide range of villas and apartments in the nearby area.
- Fly to Toronto, and get a flight to Fredericton.
- If you want to rent a car, contact our partner Rentalcars.
- The best time to go is during the summer, when the foliage glows bright and the weather is perfect for outdoors-based activities. During this time, the temperature ranges between 15 and 29 degrees.
Still not sure?
Best Hotels in New Brunswick
Le Griffon Shédiac, New Brunswick 5 rooms from £58City Style - Located in a heritage property a stone's throw from Shédiac's stylish boutiques and restaurants, this B&B has lots of city charmBeach Life - Set a short stroll from Canada's best saltwater beach (with warm waters for swimming), book this hotel for a seaside getawayLocal exploring - Whether you prefer to relax on the coast or discover the bohemian town, this hotel is in a great spot for local exploringLocal markets - This hotel is set a short walk from the largest weekly outdoor market in Atlantic Canada; visit to pick up unique souvenirs
This beautifully appointed B&B is nestled in a restored Victorian villa in downtown Shédiac, New Brunswick. Interiors are full of period charm, from floral-print wallpapers to the classic piano in the dining room - the perfect place to start the day with the hotel's acclaimed breakfast. See More
King George B&B Miramichi, New Brunswick 3 rooms from £73Romantic Break - With stylish rooms, excellent service and a charming verandah and garden, choose this hotel for a serene couples' breakLocal exploring - Set 500m from the wharf, this hotel is perfectly placed for guests who want to explore the Miramichi RiverCity Style - With beautifully appointed, heritage style interiors, this B&B has lots of local city charmFishing - The Miramichi River is well-known among anglers as a world treasure for Atlantic Salmon fishing; book a package with the B&B
Rossmount Inn St Andrews, New Brunswick 18 rooms from £73Country Escape - Set in the heart of the Canadian St Andrews near premier golf courses, the hotel is perfect for a relaxed country getawayFoodies - Foodies flock to this hotel for its acclaimed seasonal cuisine, with a daily changing menu and an organic garden onsiteRomantic Break - Book this hotel for a chic romantic retreat; choose a sea view suite for added indulgenceGreat walks - Go walking in Kingsbrae Garden, a 27-acre horticultural masterpiece with over 45,000 flowers, plants and shrubs
This hotel and renowned culinary destination is nestled in a heritage manor house in St Andrews. Set on an 87-acre estate between the forest and the sea, guestrooms offer sweeping views of the Bay and Chamcook Lake. The restaurant serves creative dishes using local produce. A superb rural getaway. See More
Quartermain House Fredericton 3 rooms from £73Romantic Break - With unique and eclectic interiors and friendly, helpful hosts, this B&B is perfect for a romantic couples' getawayCity Style - Set in a heritage property close to the centre of Fredericton, this B&B has lots of local city charmLocal exploring - With many of the city's attractions within walking distance, book this B&B for easy local exploringSights nearby - Visit the nearby Christ Church Cathedral; opened in 1853, the restored Anglican church features Gothic Revival architecture
Blair House Heritage Inn Saint Stephen, New Brunswick 3 rooms from £76Hideaway - Set close to the river in St Stephen, this hotel makes a great hideaway holiday spot - with quiet rooms and discreet hostsLocal exploring - The centre of St Stephen is easily accessible from this hotel, as are St John and the Digby ferry for local exploringRomantic Break - With heritage interiors and a tranquil location, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing romantic breakSights nearby - Visit the Hopewell Rocks, a reddish cliff formation close to the B&B where there are the highest tides in the world, twice a day
This charming B&B is nestled within a 19th-century property in St Stephen, New Brunswick, steps from the St Croix River. Inside, cosy and inviting guestrooms feature selected antiques from around the world. Spend a day doing the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, easily accessible from this hotel. See More
Shadow Lawn Inn Rothesay, New Brunswick 11 rooms from £83Foodies - With a gourmet restaurant onsite offering a menu accompanied by a new and old world wine list, this hotel is perfect for foodiesRomantic Break - Offering beautifully appointed suites and an intimate and acclaimed restaurant, book this hotel for a romantic weekend awayHideaway - With attentive room service, a restaurant and art gallery onsite, there is no need to leave this boutique, hideaway hotelSailing - Take a sailing trip along the Kennebecasis River, starting from the Rothesay Yacht Club
Casa Breeze Saint Stephen, New Brunswick 4 rooms from £85Local exploring - Explore the historic county of Saint Stephen during your stay here, from whale watching on the bay to trips to quaint villagesActive Holiday - This B&B occupies a privileged location in an area of natural beauty perfect for activities like kayaking, cycling and walkingRomantic Break - With heritage-style interiors that include ceramic soaking tubs, this hotel is ideal for a relaxed couples' getawayKayaking - Go kayaking on the bay, a fantastic way to see the coast of British Columbia; enquire at the hotel for local providers
The Maplegrove Inn Riverside, New Brunswick 5 rooms from £93Local exploring - Set within easy reach of the Hopewell Rocks and Cape Enrage, book this hotel as a base for your local exploring in New BrunswickRomantic Break - With charming, country-style interiors, friendly hosts and a peaceful setting, book this B&B as an unplugged romantic breakBack to Nature - Set within verdant grounds in a tranquil, riverside location, this hotel is a great back-to-nature retreatSights nearby - Visit the nearby Hopewell Rocks, located along the Bay of Fundy, where you can observe the highest tides in the world
This charming bed and breakfast is nestled in the Fundy region of Canada's New Brunswick. An area renowned for its beautiful natural landscapes, this hotel is a cosy base for local exploring, with country-feel interiors, friendly hosts and easy access to the region's attractions. See More
The Treadwell Inn St Andrews, New Brunswick 5 rooms from £98Romantic Break - With pretty guestrooms, a tranquil garden and well-reviewed restaurant, this hotel is a great option for a quiet couples' breakLocal exploring - Set a 7-minute walk from St. Andrews Blockhouse and a stone's throw from Ministers Island, there is lots to explore locallySights nearby - Visit the landmark St. Andrews Blockhouse, a national historic site which dates back to the war of 1812Seaside - Ideal for a seaside holiday.
This charming inn is housed within a heritage property in St Andrews, New Brunswick. Interiors have been faithfully restored and furnished with period antiques and contemporary luxuries. The beautifully appointed guestrooms offer sea views from a private balcony, perfect for a romantic break. See More
Kingsbrae Arms St Andrews, New Brunswick 10 rooms from £137Kayaking - St. Andrews offers a wealth of sea kayaking experiences under the direction of professional, courteous guides.Birdwatching - Visit Campobello Island for some magnificant bird watching.Restrictions on children - Children older than 12 years are welcome.Full of characterRecommended by - Relais & Chateaux
A beautifully restored 1897 B&B in the historic seaside town of St Andrews. Elegantly decorated rooms feature a range of features such as original paneling, beautiful fabrics, four poster beds and private balconies. The gourmet cuisine uses only locally sourced organic produce. Simply charming! See More
Cory Cottage at the Pansy Patch St Andrews, New Brunswick 4 roomsHideaway - Set within an eccentric, turn-of-the-century property in St Andrews, this hotel is the ideal place for a hideaway retreatRomantic Break - With attentive hosts, pretty guestrooms and a charming garden, this B&B is the perfect place for a romantic weekend awayLocal exploring - The hotel's location makes it a great base for local exploring, with both Katy's Cove and the harbour easy to reachFull of character
This beautifully appointed B&B is tucked away in a restored 1830s property in St Andrews, New Brunswick. The individually styled guestrooms are designed in keeping with the building's original, unique architecture, full of unusual alcoves and quaint, wood-framed windows - a cosy cottage retreat. See More