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Located in Saint Louis de Kent, L'Ancrage Chalets provides accommodations with free WiFi and a garden with a terrace and garden views. The hosts were very friendly and accommodating. The cabins are clean, tastefully decorated and well equipped. The beds were very comfortable. The location is idea for anyone wanting to spend time in the national park a few kilometers away.
Séjour Kouchibouguac Resort has a garden, ski-to-door access, barbecue facilities and terrace in Kouchibouguac. Featuring a concierge service, this property also provides guests with a playground. Friendly staff, spacious cabin and wonderful location at the park entrance.
The Old Potter Homestead is just 3.1 mi from the entrance to Kouchibouguac National Park. The cottage offers three smaller bedrooms and one spacious master suite. House is beautifully restored and very comfortable, screened in porch area and large dining room table. Angela is wonderful, very inviting. I got sick with a fever and she made and delivered to my husband organic chicken broth. Huge open outdoor area with a great fire pit. We were travelling with 2 large dogs and they could run loose on the property as long as we were with them. Trail to the river direct from the yard. Next time we are in New Brunswick, we will definitely stay with Angela and James again! Loved it!!
Offering free WiFi, Les Chalets du Havre is located in Richibucto in New Brunswick. Guests can enjoy a heated outdoor pool. Each guest chalet has a TV with satellite channels. This chalet had two separate bedrooms and a kitchen. It would be perfect for a family. There was a heated pool and you could walk to the water and sit by the beach.
We travel a lot, and this place just made us feel totally spoilt. The best hosts,, thoughtful and considerate, and helpful. The property has a lovely outlook on the river, eating breakfast on the deck was a treat. The hot continental breakfast was freshly prepared with quality ingredients, super generous in size. The rooms are decorated tastefully and serviced to perfection. We would return in a flash!
My main goal for staying here was because I wanted to see Kouchibouguac National Park, the Acadian Village in Caraquet, and Miscou Lighthouse---the most northern part of New Brunswick. I found some treasures along the way. There was a rest stop in Tabusintac and there was a lighthouse too. I also stopped in Tracadie-Sheila. It was a Saturday and they had a craft fair/farmer's market......more crafts than food. It is located in a covered building which can be difficult to find, but if you stop at the visitor center in Tracadie-Sheila, they will help you spot the building.You need about 3 hours once you are at the Acadian Village to hear all the narration at each building. Everything is done in French even though they all know English. If in English, you will get the condensed version. Miscou Lighthouse is surrounded by cranberry bogs. You can also climb the lighthouse. On the way back, I stopped at Andrew's Fish and Chips in Saint Louis de Kent where a lot of local people go, off of Hwy 11, but it was the worse fish and chips that I had. The following morning, I headed out to Kouchibouguac National Park which has a Visitor Center with displays and a film to see.If you are short on time, I would recommend Kelly's Beach where you can see the plovers flying around. The trail is laid out with an easy boardwalk walkway above the dunes. The beach has fine sand and lifeguards on duty. Depending on the weather, need to watch out for riptides. Don't do the Beaver Trail hike....it's a waste of time. If you do, make sure you take mosquito repellent as I got eaten alive by mosquitos.