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Over Little Shemogue Country Inn
De provincie New Brunswick kent de grootste getijdenverschillen ter wereld. In het Fundy National Park kunt u bij laagtij langs de steile kliffen lopen, langs bijzondere rotsformaties als de Hopewell Rocks. Het plaatsje Shediac is een prima vertrekpunt voor een bezoek aan dit park. Hier vindt u de gemoedelijke Little Shemogue Country Inn, die rechtstreeks uit Frankrijk lijkt te zijn overgewaaid. De sfeer is er rustig, de service persoonlijk en het eten werkelijk voortreffelijk. De kamers in de elegante herberg bestaan uit vijf ruime suites, elk met een eigen badkamer en ingericht in de vroege Canadese en Europese sfeer. Het privé-strand ligt op loopafstand en er is een 'hot tub' in de buitenlucht. Voor golfliefhebbers zijn er meer dan 10 (!) golfbanen binnen een uur rijden!
- rust en natuur
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KamerbeschrijvingenStandard, Categorie A
In Main lodge, WiFi, televisie, radio, electrische haard, strijkplank en strijkbout. Badkamer met douche, föhn. Uitzicht op de haven.
Standard, Categorie B
In Main lodge, zoals Categorie A, airco, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met bad/douche.
Standard, Categorie C
In Log Point gebouw, zoals Categorie B, ruimer en luxer met openhaard.
Gelegen aan de noordkust van New Brunswick.
- Hot tub
- Vogels kijken
- Golf (in de omgeving)
- Diverse dagexcursies, zoals het meevaren op een boot met kreeftenvissers
De kustplaats Shediac in de provincie New Brunswick wordt wel de ‘kreeftenhoofdstad’ van de wereld genoemd. In de plaats zelf en in de omgeving, zoals in het nabijgelegen Little Shemogue, zijn diverse hotels en inns. Van hieruit kunt u bijzonder fraaie dagexcursies maken, bijvoorbeeld naar het Fundy National Park en de prachtige Hopewell Rocks.
We were assigned a room in the main residence, NOT in the attractive red building shown in the advertisement. WE carried our luggage up a long flight of stairs, where the four of us shared one room, plus a bathroom. The air conditioner did not seem to work properly. The entrance sign was difficult to see and poorly lit, so we had difficulty finding the entrance when we returned to the inn after dark. Our "hostess" seemed very standoffish and unfriendly. We found the price exorbitant for the service received.
We were not booked for a suite but the owner upgraded us since she didn't have anyone in them. She recommended a great restaurant (Le Chat Bleu) and it was really nice. The inn is so peaceful and beautiful. You can sit on the deck and sip wine. She has lots of wine glasses and dishes. The breakfast was excellent. I can't recommend this inn enough.
We hadn't booked in advance, so nothing closer to Moncton was available. That's OK, this place was LOVELY!! A little odd feeling as we pulled up to the main house - obvious renovations underway. We were guided to the other building and the interior decorator gets full points. Visually amazing. Practically we did have a few issues. 1) The WiFi password was not to be found anywhere IN the room. Since it was 10pm when we discovered this (late arrival, late dinner) we didn't feel right calling to ask. We did discover it the next day - too late to do us any good - framed in the hallway by the Living Room space. 2) The lighting in the bathroom was terrible at the sink/mirror for the a.m. getting ready habits. 3) No vanity around the sink, so no place to put personal belongings for the morning routines. 4) One long hair stuck to a bar of soap left on a ledge in the bath by a prior guest. We would stay here again if we were in the area, and we'd probably opt for breakfast next time given how long it took us to find a decent breakfast after we left.
"Establishment on it's last legs."
On our arrival at this house which was at least 7km from any other civilisation and appeared to be undergoing some degree of renovation, we were met by a somewhat â€˜off handishâ€™ host who gave us no details as to what facilities were available. We enquired about the renowned restaurant at the Inn which our travel agent had advised us off only to be shown a blackboard stating â€˜restaurant closed Tuesday & Wednesdayâ€™ which were the 2 nights of our stay. Our host gave us vague directions on a local map a village he claimed was just over 10km where we would be able to find a restaurant. This village proved to be 24 km away. The following morning we came into the breakfast room where tables were already laid out with coffee, juice and a cereal dispenser. As no staff were about we took a place at a table and commenced our breakfast. After about 5 minutes a lady who I assumed was the waitress but was in fact one of the owners arrived, asked us in an extremely abrupt tone what we were doing sat at that table and ushered us into a different room with our half consumed cups and bowels. I pointed out to her that if there were specific tables assigned to specific rooms it might have been an idea to indicate this on the tables. (This idea must have sunk in as on the next morning all the tables were numbered) The breakfast itself was below average with no discernible vegetarian option for my wife apart from bread and 2 thin slices of cheese. On the 2nd evening rather than ensure a 45 km round trip for dinner we had our main meal whilst out during the day and took sandwiches & doughnuts back to our room for the evening. The alleged Satellite TV consisted of 1 channel only and it was impossible to located the owners to query this as they were nowhere to be found and as the only method of communicating with them was a small bell on a piano in the reception area which did not work, we gave up. I observe from other comments that these new owners have only recently taken over. As when we departed on Thursday morning the sign on the blackboard had changed to restaurant closed completely, I suspect that we had the misfortune to have been booked into an Inn which will not be functioning as a commercial enterprise for much longer.
We arrived to find a dilapidated-appearing house way out in the middle of nowhere. We were assigned a room. It was a weekday but we were informed their restaurant was only open Thursday, Friday, Sunday so now we had to backtrack to find a place to eat. Ok, at least we could relax in the salt-water hot tub...but no, it is broken. We asked what the plan was for breakfast and they said to come to the dining room between certain hours. We arrived to find a table set with our room number on it. The breakfast was good but we were surprised to learn there was a significant additional charge for eating it! This is NOT a bed and breakfast. It was not worth the money.
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