New Brunswick Journals

Crossing New Brunswick ,Route 134

A September 2002 trip to New Brunswick by grantravler

Quote: Nestled among the wooks, just outside of the park, is a small motel/cabins named Kouchibouguac Restaurant and Chalets. The motel room we stayed in was small, clean, and comfortable. Kind of what we expected in this part of New Brunswick. Having a restaurant connected to the motel was greatly appreciated.

Crossing New Brunswick ,Route 134

Overview

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The park offers various trails, a well-staffed crew at the information center, including a theater, which provides an informative movie explaining the area and what there is to see there. Also, there’s a very nice gift shop. Take your camera, and plan on strolling through the sand when you reach the beach after walking along a boardwalk over a marshland.Quick Tips: When you plan your trip through NB you will want a map that is provided from the information station found throughout Canada. Because we were driving throughout the Maritimes, we had to limit our time to allow to get to all our destinations, so we chose to take the 'Acadian Coastal Rt. Thus, we came across this Kouchibouguac Park...Read More

Kouchibouguac Motel & Chalets

Hotel | "Kouchibouguac Motel & Chalets"

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Keep in mind this is just outside of the national park, so most of the time, you are enjoying the beautiful area and beach, hiking, riding bikes, or just driving through the park. You only need a clean, comfortable place to rest for the night. If you're planning on staying more nights, then the chalets would be the perfect choice. We only spent one night, so we chose the motel. Price was very reasonable!

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 15, 2003

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Everything we ordered was served in a reasonable amount of time, with lots of friendly conversation. Our food was excellent! Linen tablecloths on all the tables.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 13, 2003