Historic Bed and Breakfast Accommodation near Hopewell Cape, New BrunswickHarvey, New Brunswick (Canada)
Historic Bed and Breakfast Accommodation near Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick
This historic bed and breakfast accommodation is located near Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick, and can provide two guests with a getaway to a peaceful rural setting situated in the heart of the UNESCO-designated Fundy Biosphere Reserve. Set in a historic residence that was originally built as a retirement home for a local shipbuilder in the 1870s, the accommodation consists of one bedroom and one full, private ensuite bathroom. In the bedroom, guests will find a queen-size bed flanked by nightstands, draped with a handmade quilt, and surrounded by antique furniture. In the bathroom, they will find a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided.
Other amenities include complimentary high-speed internet access, cozy bathrobes, ironing equipment, and screened windows through which they can enjoy the area's soft country breezes during the summer. Guests will also enjoy access to the bed and breakfast's Victorian dining room, where they will be served a full complimentary breakfast featuring locally sourced ingredients, and a sitting room, where they will find a variety of comfortable seating, a television, and a collection of books and magazines.
Outside, guests will find Adirondack chairs from which they can enjoy the tranquility of the bed and breakfast's pastoral surroundings.
Inside the accommodation, guests will enjoy amenities such as complimentary high-speed internet access, cozy bathrobes, antique furniture, handmade quilts, ironing equipment, screened windows, and a full, private ensuite bathroom.
Guests will also have access to the bed and breakfast's Victorian dining room, where they will be served a full complimentary breakfast, and a sitting room, where they will find a variety of comfortable seating, a television, and a collection of books and magazines.
The breakfast consists of eggs made in a style of the guests' choosing, bacon, French toast with locally made maple syrup, a choice of cereal, fruit, juice, tea or coffee, and fresh, homemade muffins. Picnic lunches are also available with advance reservation and consist of a choice of sandwiches, a beverage, vegetable sticks, fruits, and a desert.
The meals feature locally grown, seasonal produce, such as rhubarb, apples, raspberries, and wild blueberries. The bed and breakfast's water supply is derived from two natural springs located right on its property.
Outside, guests will find Adirondack chairs on which they can enjoy the bed and breakfast's peaceful rural setting.
- 1 Twin/Single bed
- Laundry service
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Smoking is not permitted.
Guests should inquire with the host regarding the bed and breakfast's pet policy.
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Location and surroundings
Harvey, New Brunswick (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Surrounded by the pristine natural environments of the UNESCO-designated Fundy Biosphere Reserve and the coastal waters of the Bay of Fundy, guests will have no shortage of outdoor activity options. For hiking, guests will find 100 kilometers (62 miles) of multi-use trails at Fundy National Park, where they can go hiking and biking in the summer and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. At the park, guests can also go fishing for trout in Bennett Lake and Wolfe Lake, swimming at the lakes' beaches or heated saltwater swimming pool, sledding at the park's toboggan run, and golfing at the park's nine-hole, par-70 golf course.
Guests interested in birdwatching could hardly pick a better destination, especially during peak migration times. At Mary's Point nature reserve, for instance, guests may see upward of 200,000 semipalmated sandpipers on a given day in August. A variety of other birds can be seen at the reserve, the New Horton Hawk Watch Site, Fundy National Park, and Shepody National Wildlife Area, including American black ducks, green-winged teals, ring-necked ducks, black-bellied plovers, short-billed dowitchers, great blue herons, peregrine falcons, and pileated woodpeckers
At Shepody National Wildlife Area, guests will also find more hiking trails and opportunities for wildlife watching. Resident mammals include river otters, eastern coyotes, snowshoe hares, minks, bobcats, white-tailed deer, and moose. Fundy National Park is also home to a variety of mammals, including beavers, northern flying squirrels, and black bears.
To explore the coastal waters of the Bay of Fundy, guests can go kayaking and canoeing with Fresh Air Adventure and Baymount Outdoor Adventures. Tours with the former depart from the estuary of the Upper Salmon River, just across from Fundy National Park, while tours with the latter set off from Hopewell Rocks Park in Hopewell Cape, providing an opportunity to explore the Hopewell Rocks by paddling between them at high tide—the highest tide on the entire planet, reaching the height of a five-story building.
Other activity options include horseback riding at the Broadleaf Guest Ranch, wine tasting at Waterside Winery, art browsing at Studio on the Marsh, and learning about the history of the area and touring historic buildings at the Albert County Museum.