Cottage rentals in New Brunswick

Cottage rentals in new brunswick The Maritimes are well known for welcoming and attracting tourists to their beautiful region for their summer vacation. Many travellers certainly look to Prince Edward Island area for a cottage retreat, but New Brunswick is certainly the perfect place to spend a summer holiday in the great outdoors. Here at Xperience Kouchibouguac, we have some great rustic and very charming cottages that will bring you a warm visit.

The Kouchibouguac region and surrounding area offers a wide variety of fun activities. Many of these outdoor activities where people love to spend their time are located very close to our resort.Parc national Kouchibouguac, located only two minutes from our resort, has several outdoor activities to keep you busy during your stay. The Park has several walking and biking trails that allow you to explore the natural forest including all its beautiful flowers and wildlife. A one-kilometre walkway will take you to Kellys Beach which stretches over 25 km of dunes, a great place to soak in the sun. At the end of this beach,you can find a seal colony which you can access by either walking or even with Phoca tours which offers boat trips to this area as well as learning more about the history of the area.

Cottage rentals in new brunswick

There are many other things going on in the surrounding area where you will have the chance to experience a variety of things. During the summer in the North Kent area, farmers’ markets are open all day, a wine distribution offers tastings, tubing on the Miramichi River is always fun, Le Pays de la Sagouine offers great shows and many other fun activities and attractions.


Not only are there many activities within a short distance from the resort, but it’salso the perfect place to relax and unwind. Our cottages are a quiet place to spend time with the family around a campfire in the evenings or even have a family BBQ. Here we have plenty of choice of fun activities to keep you entertained!

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