When it comes to hotels in New Brunswick Canada there are some fantastic boutique options that are full of charm and character. I completely fell in love with New Brunswick.
The lovely Webster House is in Shediac. It sits on 10 acres of land with a heated pool and tennis court available for guests.
Hotel Paulin is a classic Victoria hotel which was built in 1891 and is still owned and operated by the Paulin family.
The Rodd Miramichi is a bit of a surprise of a hotel. The Rodd hotel is in the heart of the city yet on the river.
Hopewell Rocks are perhaps the most iconic/must-see tourism site in New Brunswick – for good reason.
The Algonquin Resort opened in 1889 and was one of the premium hotels built by the Canadian Pacific Railway.