The Marshlands Inn is a New Brunswick Country Inn and one of Canada's best known country inns. This pre-confederation home, operating as an inn for over 60 years, has been the stopping place for many of Canada's notables and visiting celebrities. Even the Queen of England has stayed at Marshlands.
The New Brunswick Bed and Breakfast Inn is comprised of the main house and a Carriage House. All rooms are furnished with antiques (even claw-footed bath tubs in the Inn). Marshlands has an 80 seat licensed restaurant with upscale fine dining. It has been cited by Anne Hardy, in "Where to Eat in Canada" for over 25 consecutive years. Breakfast, lunch and dinners are available to house guests as well as the public. The Inn is famous for dishes like crabcakes, seafood casserole and a dessert known as "Fundy Fog". The Inn boasts large parlours with fireplaces and easy chairs for late evening conversation; 8 acres of marshlands, gardens and lawns; two large verandas for sitting; and on-site store, Blue Willow Antiques, specializing in Canadian glass. When you visit Maritime Canada, you owe yourself a visit to Marshlands. Contact us today!