New Brunswick Cottages and Vacation Home Rentals
Only in New Brunswick can you watch whales and sharks in the Bay of Fundy (shared with Prince Edward Island and connected by the Confederation Bridge) and see one of the world's highest tides come in. Whatever you do not overlook the beautiful Grand Manan Island. Fine food, wonderful places to see, culture and history to experience - only in New Brunswick. New Brunswick is uniquely sheltered, and uniquely populated. So take in the sandy beaches on Northumberland Straight with its remarkable warm water. Or stay in Moncton where you can take in the Magnetic Hill Zoo, Minister's Island, Palais Crystal Palace, Magic Mountain Water Park, the world famous Tidal bore, twice daily on Petitcodiac River, Cape Enrage, Kouchibouguac National Park, and New Brunswick Potato Museum.
If that is too rustic still, hope over to Saint John instead. This city is the oldest incorporated in Canada and sits on the mouth of the St. John River. While there take in the history of the Irish immigration, view the marks of the Great Fire that occurred there in the 1800's, visit Reversing Falls, Market Square, Rockwood Park, Partridge Island, The Imperial Theater, the city market, numerous Victorian houses and 19th century architecture of the Uptown area. For more Victorian house seeing, check out Fredericton (home of University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University). There you can find neighborhoods graced with fantastic Victorian-style homes among other artistic draws like art galleries and museums.
So do not put off looking for the perfect vacation rentals. No matter what you need, you can find villa rentals, condos, cottages, cabins, apartments, private homes, beach houses, or other luxurious, rustic, affordable, or historical vacation properties you can find at CottageMe.com that has all types of properties on this site.