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Reviewed July 17, 2015

Stayed one night in St. Martin's at the Weslin Inn. Sue is an extremely friendly and humorous host, and her husband, Chris is engaging and welcoming. Their inn is beginning to show some wear, but that was overshadowed by their graciousness. Our room was well-appointed, clean and the bed quite comfortable. We'd recommend this for those looking for modest accommodations at good value.

Room tip: If you are dependent upon wifi while travelilng, ask for the right room. I could get wifi in the downstairs rooms but not in our room.
Date of stay: July 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Jackie C
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Reviewed October 8, 2014

We were heading to PEI and decided to stop along the way; after Saint John's industry-filled bay wasn't what we were looking for, we decided to head up the coast to find a beach town with less commercial lodgings. St. Martin's was the next town, and what a beautiful place! Being October, we figured it wouldn't be very busy so did not make any reservations. Came upon one location, which happened to be filled with a reunion of Rhodes Scholars (!), and the owner sent us to Susie at the Weslans Inn. Great find in the dark on a warm (65F), cloudy, blustery October night. Susie was very accommodating to a couple of weary travelers at 8:30 pm. Great room (the Sarah Marr), with huge bathroom with Jacuzzi tub (see it in the pictures) and shower; comfy bed, awesome breakfast (eggs, ham, potatoes, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, fruit, orange juice, homebaked muffins, scones and some croissants) with Susie's "secret ingredient" coffee (French Press). It IS as good as she claims!

Don't pass by the St. Martin's Ice Cream Parlor (across the street from the Weslen). Susie sent us there for dinner (only place in town open at that time of night). Either eat on picnic tables outside, or carry out. Since it was dark and windy we carried out. What a feast: Poutine (delicious), Lobster Rolls, Seafood Chowder and Pumpkin Pie. $32 and we couldn't eat it all.

Unfortunately, we didn't have time to drive the Fundy Trail, which looks awesome and everyone we spoke to recommended. We drove up the coast about a mile, to covered bridges, bay with lobster boats...and some funny guys at the tourist shacks and the Trail started about 7 km beyond where we were. If you don't make the trail, at least go that far. Worth the visit!!

Date of stay: October 2014
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5  Thank Sunfire30
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Reviewed July 13, 2014

Spent one night here between Annapolis Royal and PEI. The owner, Susie, and her husband, made us feel welcome right from the beginning - super engaging and kind proprietors. We stayed in a room with a full bed and a rollaway. The only reason I'm not giving it five stars is the rollaway did not provide a comfortable night's sleep. I felt like the tin man in the Wizard of Oz when I woke up in the morning - all creaky and in need of oil. However, I would still recommend the Weslan Inn because Susie is super fabulous! Nice place to stay to explore Fundy.

Date of stay: July 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank SunDaisy11
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Reviewed October 30, 2013

This was our third visit to this delightful B & B. It was under new ownership this time, but every bit as good. Suzie, the innkeeper, is a delight and works very hard to please her guests. The breakfasts are unique and delicious. We were there for 3 days at a family reunion. We are very familiar with St. Martins and it is delightful village out of the past.

Date of stay: October 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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5  Thank Earle and Elean... B
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Reviewed October 15, 2013

The breakfasts were made with love. We stayed in a large bedroom with an attached large bath containing a jacuzzi tub. St Martins harbor is small and my favorite port on this part of the coast. Owner arranged for a guide to take us kayaking in harbor......

Date of stay: September 2013
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1  Thank K L
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