My husband and I are both originally from the Maritimes. Over twenty years ago we had to move away for work. Once our children were born we made sure to bring them to the oceans we know and love every summer. Over fifteen years ago we stumbled on a cottage rental on Nichols beach , we never looked back. We made it our mission to find our retirement home and business on the beach that so many family memories were made.
Seven kilometers of beautiful sandy beach, which includes Aboiteau beach(plage l'Aboiteau); the first and only "Blue Flag " certified beach in New Brunswick. The gentle tides and sandbars make this long stretch of beach safe and family friendly. On a clear day you can see Prince Edward Island across the Northumberland Strait. Come and relax, swim in the warmest saltwater north of Virginia. Watch the tide and rejuvenate.
The town of Cap Pele is about a 5 minute drive. The town has a grocery store, bakery, pharmacy and a liquor store. There are also restaurants where you can try the local specialties like lobster rolls and fried clams. Fresh lobster is always available; during the lobster season in August you can purchase lobster directly from fisherman on the wharf as they come in with their catch of the day.
The town of Shediac is only a 10 minute drive. Known as the "lobster capital of the world", there are many restaurants and amenities, as well as a local market on Sunday mornings.
You are only a 20 minute drive away from Confederation Bridge (gateway to PEI), 30 minutes away from the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border and just 25 minutes to the city of Moncton. Moncton is known as the Hub of the Maritimes due to its central location, it has amazing shopping opportunities which include: Champlain Place, Bass Pro Shop and Costco etc. Moncton also boasts Atlantic Canada's largest outdoor water theme park, Magic Mountain. Golfers will be happy to know they are less than a ten-minute drive to Pine Needles, a 36 hole golf course and within 30 minutes' drive of seven other golf courses including two championship courses, Royal Oaks and Fox Creek. Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park is only one hour drive away.
A quaint cabin in a private setting. Modern lights and fixtures, new furniture, flooring and freshly painted. Two bedroom, full bath with all linens and towels provided. Kitchen is fully stocked with pots, pans, dishes, utensils and dishwasher. Cottage sleeps four.
Two bedroom with full kitchen and bath. Cottage sleeps six. Ocean views from the patio.
Have you ever wanted to tryout Tiny House living, here is your chance. Cottage sleeps 2 people nestled in the woods with 2 piece bathroom inside and an outdoor shower. Kitchen includes sink, fridge and microwave. All other cooking is done outside on the BBQ with side burner.