Where: St. Andrews, New Brunswick
What: This small cabin right on the water’s edge offers breathtaking views of the Bay of Fundy, Kilmarnock Head, and Ministers Island.
Who it’s good for: Any artist will love the views and access to nature at this small cabin. It’s the perfect stop for a solo traveller who wants to relax for a few days or a couple looking for a little romance.
Nightly rate starting from: $199
Bedrooms: 1 bedroom
Bathrooms: 1 full bathroom
How many people: Up to 4 guests
Extras: This small cabin is surrounded by nature—there’s a sixty-acre farm full of horses, peacocks, geese, deer, and more. You’ll have a chance to see them all as you sit on the deck of this cottage rental and look out onto the water. If you want interaction with more than just animals, take the eight-minute drive into St. Andrews or the 15-minute drive to St. Stephen for restaurants, shopping, a look at the local arts scene, golf course, and outdoor adventures, like kayaking, whale watching, and scuba diving.
Welcome to paradise. This solar panel-powered cabin will truly let you relax and unwind while you take in views of the Bay of Fundy.
Imagine waking up to these views every morning. We suggest keeping the blinds open at so you can take it all in when you first open your eyes. Plus, there aren’t any nosy neighbours you need to hide from.
Although this cabin is tiny, the overall bright colour palette and the amount of daylight it gets makes it feel bright and open.
The living room has a futon with a queen-sized mattress if you have more than one or two people staying here.
The rest of the space offers simplistic but cozy decor that steers away from the kitschy vibe you may see at other waterfront properties. There’s a wood-burning stove, TV (hiding in the cabinet), and even WiFi if you’re looking for indoor entertainment.
We think this cabin makes great use of space. In the kitchen, there’s a large fridge, oven, stove, and a counter big enough to prep all your meals.
The less there is to clean up inside, the more time you can spend outside. And who wouldn’t want to explore this great corner of Canada?