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Weslan Inn Bed & Breakfast

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45 Main St, St. Martins, New Brunswick E5R 1B4 Canada
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#3 of 4 in St. Martins
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Lynda W wrote a review Oct. 2019
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Sue and Chris offered unparelled hospitality. Room was clean, comforatable and quiet. The food was excellent. The location is great. A lovely walk on a quiet street right down to the Ocean. Truly an excellent and relaxing place to stay. We can't wait to go back again next year.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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CapeCodTravler wrote a review Sep. 2019
Brewster, Massachusetts235 contributions89 helpful votes
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This is an older inn that feels tired. The owners work hard but it seems to be getting away from them. The location is great and on a busy weekend there weren’t too many other options. Loved St Martins and really loved the Fundy trail. Allow at least 3 hours to do a number of stops and hikes. Also see the Sea Caves in the way in or out to the park. We also made a point of taking a ride out one of the long dirt roads looking for wildlife. Didn’t see our moose but lots of birds and some grouse.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Apizza33 wrote a review Aug. 2019
Brooklyn, New York45 contributions2 helpful votes
· Pleasant, comfortable stay in a beautiful old home with well-kept grounds. The hosts are lovely and make a delicious, generous breakfast with superb coffee. Bedroom and living room in our suite were both huge, with a separate entrance and big deck of our own as well. Short hop to the sea caves and not far from Fundy Parkway Trail. · Bedroom had a skylight but no windows that opened, so it's stuffy if the door not kept open all night. Sofabed isn't comfortable.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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RobWWWW wrote a review Jul. 2019
Fort Pierce, Florida14 contributions3 helpful votes
The property was quaint, clean, and somewhat comfortable. The water pressure was poor though in all aspects. The reviews here are very misleading and possibly outdated. The breakfast is quite inflexible, I did not enjoy it. I've stayed at a lot of B&B's while traveling recently, and I thought this one had a poor breakfast in comparison. My wife liked it even less than I did. Saint Martins is a small but lovely town with just a few attractions. The hosts don't know much beyond what the brochure says. You're better off asking the tour company downtown whose staff always know what is going on. And the Inn is not in a very good location. Most of the other inns are more downtown, with better access and views to the water, museum, restaurants, general store, and shops. While these rooms can 'see' the Bay, it is quite far away compared to the majority of other places who are right on or near the water. There is no coffee in the room or in the Inn - you are on your own after hours. We will be staying somewhere else next time I am through.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Room Tip: There are only 2 rooms, so little choice. The attached suite is in back and has no views.
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fred r wrote a review Oct. 2018
Winnipeg, Canada22 contributions2 helpful votes
A lovely historic house. With sea views. A friendly couple who went out of there way to provide area info and ensure a comfortable stay. The interior wallpaper is a but funky. But that adds to the charm. We stayed in Sara Mann room large comfortable room with ocean view, large onsuite. Full hot breakfast each morning. Free parking. A great stay.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled
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TwoNutties wrote a review Oct. 2018
Calgary, Canada11 contributions9 helpful votes
My wife and I spent a couple of nights here. The owners were super friendly and went above and beyond to ensure our stay in the area was enjoyable. The rooms were very clean and comfortable, and although the home is quite old ( part of its unique charm!) we never had any issues with noise from other guests or other areas of the home. The breakfast was sourced from local businesses and farms and was amazing and left us full until dinnertime! We would definitely recommend this area, and this B&B as a stop on your travel itinerary.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled
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lefflerwill1 wrote a review Aug. 2018
Ottawa, Canada1 contribution
Myself, my wife, our 16 yr old daughter and 10 year old dog stayed in July 2018 and had an excellent stay! Quality of the accommodations were very good, the breakfast excellent and perfect location for touring St. martin's area (e.g. Fundy Parkway which is stunning). Highlight were our hosts, Chris and Sue. Funny, charming, happy, pleasant and helpful. Was very nice to have met them, and you will be too. Will, Ottawa
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Daniel L wrote a review Sep. 2017
Janesville, Wisconsin34 contributions4 helpful votes
Due to a miscommunication with a previous booking, we made a last minute reservation here. We stayed two nights. While our host was very friendly and accomodating, the place looked tired, not terribly clean, and generally in need of updating. I found the carpet in our room to be the most offensive, with a wine spill and general grime worked in. The bathroom was quite large and clean, but our room was not serviced during our stay.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Kathryn U wrote a review Jul. 2017
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Three of us had pre booked our kayak excursion for 8:15am Tues morning. Coming from Moncton and haven't travelled to St Martins before we decided it best to go the day before. We learned that it was Old Home Week and accommodation maybe full up, especially for the odd number of 3. The moment I spoke with Susie of the Weslan Inn B&B I hoped she had room for us. She indeed did. It was easy to find her establishment on Main Street. The Victoria home from the 1800's is so inviting. Susie gave us the upstairs loft, which you enter at the back of the house up the stairs to its own privacy deck. Once inside you are warmly welcomed by the sun streaming in the sky lights an large windows. The entrance is into the living room with a kitchenette. The couch pulls out to a double bed, linens at in the bedroom closet. There is a TV, a chair, a mini fridge, and wifi. The kitchenette didn't have a stove, to my recollection, as we didn’t really have need for it. No dishes or cutlery, but again wasn't something we required. So be sure to ask when booking. Moving from the living the hallway has a table and four chairs with a large window over looking the garden. The four piece bathroom is accessible from this hallway, please note the request on the wall about the toilet system, not even toilet paper is to go in, there are paper bags on the back of the toilet to put them in and a garbage can, Susie didn’t mention this so be sure to ask for more bags as needed. At the end of the hall you step into a large bedroom with a iron rod queen size bed covered with a inviting duvet and soft pillows. The bedroom also has a sky light. As it is a loft there was a floor fan to move the air from the bedroom to the living room, the sky lights don't open but the window in the hallway does as do the window in the living room. We requested breakfast for 7am as we had to be at kayaking for 8:15am. Susie provides a English breakfast, fresh fruit salad, scrambled eggs, sausages, pan fried potatoes & tomatoes, scones, tea and coffee, and juice. We had a few moments to spare as she showed us the house. Dinning room had three various tables and a large piano. Sitting room had various chairs to recline. Upstairs is a wedding arch with a sitting area over looking the front yard and Main Street. Be sure to look at the wood grain of the doors in this character home it is quite interesting. We signed the guestbook and said our good byes. For us it was a wonderful stay. I hope you enjoy it as well.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled
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Leslie S wrote a review Aug. 2016
Moncton, Canada28 contributions12 helpful votes
This was our second visit to the Weslan Inn, first time was in the Fall of 2011. The Inn has some great antiques to view. Room was clean, bed was hard to sleep on. No air condition, a must. Sue is a great hostess, pays attention to detail with the breakfast, very good. Would return, best in the Fall..
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Date of stay: August 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about Weslan Inn Bed & Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Weslan Inn Bed & Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include St. Martins Sea Caves (0.9 km), Quaco Museum & Library (0.7 km), and Quaco Head Lighthouse (3.3 km).
Is parking available at Weslan Inn Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Weslan Inn Bed & Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Caves Restaurant, Fiori's Restaurant, and Coastal Tides Restaurant.
Is Weslan Inn Bed & Breakfast located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of St. Martins.