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Moncton: Moncton is located at the geographic center of Atlantic Canada and is central to two contrasting coasts; the rugged beauty of the Fundy Coast, and the picturesque Acadian Coast. Moncton is also the Maritimes' center of attractions. Offering a multitude of high quality accommodations ranging from luxury hotels to smaller motels, the city also boasts a variety of restaurants from seafood to tasty Acadian dishes and everything in between.

Saint John: The Greater Saint John Area includes New Brunswick's largest city, Saint John and also the adjacent Town of Rothesay, NB. The Saint John area is quite historical and combines beautiful restorations within a modern, vibrant city. With a stunning location on the Saint John River, close to the Bay of Fundy, one of the highlights here are the Reversing Falls. The New Brunswick Museum is also highly rated. Saint John has a thriving port and annually hosts many cruise ships which ply the New York - Boston - Maritimes - Montreal Route

Fredericton: Fredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick. Graced with tree-lined streets, Victorian homes, top attractions, arts and cultural events, a variety of sporting facilities, kilometers of trails, acres of parks and green space, two universities, and an airport, Fredericton is one of the most successful and vibrant small cities in North America.

Bouctouche: Bouctouche is a thriving town in Kent County, New Brunswick is located at the mouth of the Bouctouche River on the coast of the Northumberland Strait and is approximately 40 kilometres northeast of Moncton. It is home to La Dune de Bouctouche which has hiking and cycling trails that are part of the New Brunswick Trail system. There are 12 kilometers of whispering sands making up the dunes easily viewed from a boardwalk along a conservation area known as the Irving Eco Center.

St. Andrews: St. Andrews is a town in New Brunswick with old world charm. It is located in Charlotte County, New Brunswick and is sometimes referred to by its unofficial nickname "St. Andrews-by-the-sea". Local attractions include Kingsbrae Horticultural Garden, The Ross Memorial Museum, the Huntsman Marine Aquarium and The Sheriff Andrews' House

Selected properties in New Brunswick...

Todays featured Upper Kingsclear, New Brunswick Lodge:

Hammond Brook Hunting Adventures


Todays featured Edmundston, New Brunswick Motel:

Hotel Clarion


Todays featured Shippagan, New Brunswick Campsite / RV Park:

Camping Shippagan


Todays featured Bouctouche, New Brunswick Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Erika Suites


Todays featured Fredericton, New Brunswick Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Charlotte's Web Bed & Breakfast


Todays featured St. Andrews, New Brunswick Hotel:

Blue Moon Hotel


Todays featured Irishtown, New Brunswick Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Irishtown Bed & Breakfast


Todays featured Blackville, New Brunswick Lodge:

Hollowood's Sporting Camps


Todays featured Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick Motel:

Motel l'Acadien Sur Mer


Todays featured Nackawic, New Brunswick Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Impressive Cove


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