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Bay of Fundy, Highest Tides in the World

Your hosts Sue & Chris are always happy to see new faces and enjoy doing what ever it takes to make your stay with us a memorable one!

Pack a picnic and head to The Fundy Trail in St. Martins for an extraordinary eco-adventure. Explore pristine beaches and follow trails to tumbling waterfalls. Bike, hike or drive but don’t miss this exceptionally beautiful parkway. You may want to begin your visit at the Interpretive Centre in order to orient yourself with all there is to see and do. The suspension bridge is sure to be a favourite! Wildlife sightings are a frequent occurrence.

Learn about the shipbuilding heritage of the area at the Quaco Museum, Archives and Library. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time as you take in the artifacts, which include - original clothing from shipbuilding families, tools, ship models and more.

The Fundy Trail is one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas in North America is now accessible to the world via the Fundy Trail. Breathtaking vistas, flora, and fauna abound in this multi-use corridor hugging New Brunswick’s majestic Bay of Fundy – One of the Marine Wonders of the World. Visit one of the dozen observation areas and lookouts where you just might catch sight of whales feeding along the coastlines sculptured by the highest tides in the world. With 11 km (7 mi.) of spectacular coastal roadway and a 16 km (10 mi.) network of trails, “It’s Spectacular From Every View!” Whether by motorcoach, car, biking, walking, or hiking the trail will lead you to the Interpretive Centre at Big Salmon River where you can enjoy refreshments or a light lunch. Suggested time: 1 – 3 hours.

The village was founded by Loyalists in 1783, and was originally known as Quaco. Through the 19th century, St. Martins was an important shipbuilding centre. Tourism is now the major industry. Points of interest include twin covered bridges, the only place in the world where two covered bridges can be photographed at the same time, sea caves and a crescent-shaped beach. St. Martins also forms the start of the Fundy Trail, a 10 kilometer auto route along the rugged Fundy coast ending at Big Salmon River, a former lumbering centre

Come experience a gracious and fully restored sea captain's home situated in the heart of St. Martin's. Relax in this private and intimate environment. Take time to renew your relationship and kindle a closer bond. Enjoy a Jacuzzi in the privacy of your spacious bath and wake to the breathtaking view of the Bay.

Once a bustling shipbuilding community, St. Martins is now a scenic fishing village and gateway to the spectacular Fundy Trail Parkway. Like visiting somewhere in time, experience twin covered bridges and lighthouses; walk the ocean floor into sea caves; enjoy kayaking and world class hiking & walking trails. St. Martins is within driving distance of all New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy attractions.