Fabulously located at the gateway to the enchanting Maritimes provinces, Kingsbrae Arms overlooks the quaint town of Saint Andrews and offers a relaxed and private country house experience.
Accommodation consists of a selection of romantic rooms and suites, traditionally-appointed with plush bedding, fine linens, marble bathrooms, original panelling and beautiful fabrics. The aptly named ‘one-of-a-kind’ rooms have warming fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling windows where you can take in sweeping views of gardens and sea, whilst the spacious suites offer sitting areas and balconies (or patios). What’s more, with no front desk and room phones, you are ensured total peace and privacy.
Kingsbrae Arms opens the door to the historic seaside resort of Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, where you will find numerous galleries to explore, a beautiful harbour, fabulous golfing and some of the world’s highest tides. Don’t miss out on the award-winning Kingsbrae Garden, a 27-acre horticultural showstopper filled with ponds, streams, sculptures and an endless variety of colourful and unique plants. For those who like to keep active, you’ll have an array of sea kayaking and mountain biking experiences at your fingertips, whilst the whale watching opportunities are exceptional.
Kingsbrae Arms, at a glance
- Award-winning hotel overlooking Saint Andrews by-the-sea
- Situated along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in the Bay of Fundy
- Originally built in 1897
- Traditional furnishings with art and antiques
- Marble bathrooms, soaker tubs, fireplaces and lovely garden and sea views
- Inviting lounge with two dazzling crystal chandeliers and marble fireplaces
- Enjoy mouth-watering regional cuisine with an emphasis on seafood
- Forbes Four-Star Property for over 20 years
For leisure and pleasure
- Play a round of golf at a distinguished 18-hole golf course
- Library featuring an Art Deco bar
- Take strolls in the nearby award-winning Kingsbrae Garden
- Sea kayaking
- Mountain biking
- Whale watching in the Bay of Fundy
- Bird watching and hiking on Campobello Island