Blair House Heritage Breakfast Inn, a New Brunswick Bay of Fundy bed and breakfast, welcomes you to St. Stephen - Canada's chocolate town and gateway to Atlantic Canada and New England.
Enjoy the warmth and hospitality of a British-style B & B with the personal privacy appreciated at an Inn or hotel. Conveniently located in a quiet town setting just across the St. Croix river from Calais, Maine. A relaxing stop-over along the Bay of Fundy coastal scenic drive on your way to and from points east in Atlantic Canada and south in to New England.
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In 2013 we are celebrating our 26th season welcoming guests from around the world to our bed and breakfast in southwestern New Brunswick. Friendly service, a relaxing atmosphere in comfortable surroundings, plus memorable breakfasts and evening tea are features that draw old friends back to Blair House year after year.
It's a leisurely morning drive to Saint John and the noon-time Digby ferry; huge tides at Hopewell Rocks and Fundy National Park; Celtic music & the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island; Halifax & the rugged shores of Nova Scotia; Anne of Green Gables & the red sands of Prince Edward Island; and the icebergs and grandness of Newfoundland & Labrador.
A choice of five bedrooms with reasonable rates in a quiet central location makes inviting family, friends or business clients easy. We are a pleasant alternative for those traveling on business.
Experience 25 ft. tides on the St. Croix River just below our home. Take an extra day or two to enjoy a variety of sights and activities along our Charlotte Coastal Region. Check out our region's Calendar of Events. After a relaxing stay with us, try other B & B's in New Brunswick.
Save $5. per night when staying two or more consecutive nights in the same room.
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Our home is smoke-free inside.
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Canada Select 4-Star Bed & Breakfast.
Website last updated October 24, 2013