Kingsbrae Arms, New Brunswick
What started out as a cottage built by a prominent Nova Scotia business man, Kingsbrae Arms in New Brunswick has become a popular oasis for east coast travellers. The inn prides itself on giving its guests the luxury of a 19th century venue. Nestled by the water in Saint Andrews it’s only a short trip for visitors looking to explore other Maritime Provinces or cross the border into Maine.
Greystone Manor Bed and Breakfast, Ontario
The Greystone Manor Bed and Breakfast is great for travelers looking for homey accommodations in Niagara Falls. It was a family home converted to a guesthouse in 1988 and much of its historic architecture remains. One of the highlights of Greystone Manor is its ever-changing menu. The menu changes daily but features favourites such as quiche, Eggs Benedict and local seasonal fruit.
The Lake House, British Columbia
Backing onto the Wells Gray Park, the Lakehouse in Clearwater British Columbia is the perfect BB for nature lovers. With each room boasting a view of the lake, it’s no wonder the Lake House is rated #1 on trip advisor. Guests looking for a cottage-like feel will appreciate the log-cabin dining room and handcrafted wooden antiques. Adventurous visitors can enjoy guided horse-riding tours, and hikes through the meadows, wetlands and forests of the park.
Auberg De La Fontaine, Quebec
Montreal is known for its rich history, shopping and nightlife. It’s also home to some beautiful bed and breakfasts such as the Auberg De La Fontaine. Overlooking Lafontaine Park in Montreal, the Auberg De La Fontaine is a very European-inspired bed and breakfast. Built in the 1900s the stone house is located in the east end of the city surrounded by bistros and picturesque shops. Guests can explore all the excitement Montreal has to offer and enjoy coming home to a quaint oasis.