The lodge is located and tucked away against a back drop of mother nature’s beauty alongside a gentle flowing river. Quaint and quiet are the best words to describe the tranquility you feel here. The history of the Mikmaq people living there invites the guest to venture into a new world and see for themselves how the Mikmaq people lived in harmony within their traditional lands. Take a tour with us in small safe groups to explore this culture.
Our family stayed here recently during a trip through New Brunswick. We were met by the most attentive hosts who made us feel incredibly welcome and comfortable. Room was spacious, lovely, and very clean with everything we needed and quite a bit more. The chef treated us to two fantastic dinners, using fresh local ingredients we couldn't experience anywhere else. The lodge itself is beautiful, right on the river, and a very short walk away is the fantastic Metepenagiag Heritage Center which we had the pleasure to visit and learn more about the history of this important place. The visit to the lodge and Heritage Park were highlights of our trip.
I stay here often for work and it's a beautiful cedar log lodge nestled up on the high banks of the Little South West Miramichi River of Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation. Metepenagiag actually means "High Banks" and it's a very ancient cultural landscape for you to discover. It is New Brunswick's continuously occupied Mi'kmaq village backed by archaeological findings of the two National Historic Sites located there. It's a 10 unit with common living areas, breakfast nook, decks, kitchen and a conference centre annex for your business events. It's great any time of year for special occasions from family retreats, staff retreats, meetings, graduations, weddings, etc...they will cater to your every need. You'll love it among natural surroundings and history with it's interpretative centres only a few minutes walk and all amenities in the surrounding area. …
Die Metepenagiag Lodge befindet sich auf dem Gelände der Metepenagiag Heritage Site mit Museum. Die Lodge hat 10 Zimmer und einen sehr schönen Essraum. Die Zimmer sind grosszügig und sehr nett eingerichtet mit entsprechender Dekoration. Die Lodge hat eine umlaufende Veranda mit Fliegennetzen so das man ungestört von Moskitos o.ä. draussen sitzen und den Fluss beobachten kann. Das Frühstück ist spartanisch aber man kann sich einiges hinzubestellen. Wir waren jedenfalls sehr zufrieden dort. Die Flusslandschaft ist grossartig und wer einmal bei denFirst Nations ein wenig Zeit verbringen will ist hier sehr gut untergebracht. Die Micmacs leben seit 3000 Jahren an diesem Ort und wir wissen jetzt auch warum.