*Cottage Rental* Cap-Pele New Brunswick
- Bedrooms (#)
- 4 bedrooms
- Bathrooms (#)
- 1 bathroom
- Suitable for a family of 4-5 people. Add one additional person at $100.00/week extra
- Minimum nights
- Vacation Type
- Pet Friendly
- Available Date(s)
- May 30 -October 10, 2020
BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE IN CAP-PELE NEW BRUNSWICK
Cost: $900.00/week -- 50% non-fundable deposit required when booking. Check-in 4:00pm, check-out 10:00am. 4 bedrooms, all bedding included. Suitable for a family of 4-5 people. Add one additional person at $100.00/week extra. Close to Sandy Beach and l'Aboiteau Park (1.5 km from the beach).
** Cap-Pele beach first in N.B. to receive prestigious distinction. Aboiteau Beach in Cap-Pele has been added to an international list of the world’s most sought after beaches. It joins an elite list of just 26 Blue Flag beaches in all of Canada. The first in New Brunswick. **
Cottage isn't located on the beach, however a beautiful view of the ocean can be seen from the front deck of the cottage. The cottage also has a deck at the back for you to enjoy a beverage in the fresh open Atlantic air, a nice clean view of trees and fields. It's relaxing, peaceful and laid-back. For local tourist attractions see links provided at the bottom of this page.
An eat-in kitchen includes: table/chairs (seats 6), fridge, stove, micro-wave, 4 slice and 2 slice toaster, kettle, coffee maker, keurig, smoothie/juice blender, hand-held blender, dishes, cookware, cutlery, tupperware, corningware baking dishes, lobster pot/cutlery, dish towels/cloths, placemats, tablecloths (indoor and outdoor).
Washroom includes tub/shower, washer/dryer, hair dryer, curling iron, towels and face cloths. Iron and ironing board available. Toiletries, laundry soap, dryer sheets and beach towels not provided.
Family room includes seating for six people, a flat screen TV (HDMI), DVD/VHS player, games and movies. Cap Pele dollar store provides movie rentals if you're looking for more.
Beach chairs, umbrella, cooler bag, small portable firepot (for the beach) and picnic basket provided.
Large backyard includes a propane BBQ, fire-pit, picnic table and 4 outdoor beverage holders. Propane tank can be filled in Shediac or Moncton. Enjoy a game of washers (provided) or relax around the fire-pit.
l'Aboiteau Park is a first class tourist attraction with a beach centre featuring showers, bathrooms, a restaurant with bar service, all along the magnificent coast. Includes walking/cycling paths, boardwalks can be used to access the beach where you can climb the tower to either admire the beauty of the sea or even to view Prince Edward Island on a clear day. The same tower offers a magnificent, illuminated view of PEI at night. Aboiteau Beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful unsupervised beaches of the southeastern shore of New Brunswick. Its white sands stretch for approx. 2.5 km. It is now wheelchair accessible right to the beach!
At the L'Aboiteau Wharf/Fishing Harbour in Cap-Pele you'll find the Seafood Paradise restaurant next to a fabulous beach (washrooms can be found beside the restaurant). Swim, go fishing or enjoy a delicious meal at Seafood Paradise, they are licensed including wine. They serve seafood the Acadien way. A fresh seafood fish market can be found beside the restaurant, filled with live and freshly cooked lobster. At their fish market you can find a variety of fresh fish such as: salmon, trout, sole fillets, shellfish including clams, mussels, quahogs, scallops, shrimps, crabs and much more! On some evenings there is live entertainment. You can visit their website at: http://www.aboiteau.com/
The cottage is only a few minutes to: the beach, 2 fresh Bakeries (best to get there early!), grocery store, gas station (includes ATM machine), Guardian Drug store, Bank of Montreal, National Bank of Canada, Arena, Bottle Return Depot (they'll take all plastic bottles), Alcool NB Liquor store, Tim Hortons, Public Library, Home Hardware (for anything you may have forgotten), Post Office, a Try Us Video et Dollar Store (includes movie rentals), ice-cream counter, popcorn and lots more.
Local restaurants: Fred's Restaurant & Lounge, Chez Camille includes ice cream parlour), pizza, , Belaire Restaurant and more, most all restaurants include take-out.
LOBSTER SEASON: begins the middle of August and ends the middle of October. However the fish market at Seafood Paradise has a variety of fresh fish for you to enjoy!
Central to most places (approx. times) noted below:
Atlantic Canada Tourism: http://www.atlanticcanada.worldweb.com
Places to see Cap Pele NB: - Cap-Pelé Visitor Information Centre https://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/Products/C/Cap-Pele-Visitor-Information-Centre.aspx - Heart of l 'Acadie http://www.cap-pele.com/en - http://www.cap-pele.com/fr - Cap Pele Outdoor Park: https://www.cap-pele.com/en/component/flexicontent/2-uncategorised/238-outdoor-park - Cap Pele Artémise Guided Tour: https://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/ - Cap Pele Smokehouse Museum: https://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/Products/S/Smokehouse-Museum.aspx - Cap Pele Public Library: http://www1.gnb.ca/0003/pages/en/biblio-e.asp?code=AP - Cap-Pele Arena: https://www.cap-pele.com/en/citizens/cap-pele-arena
Events and Activities in Moncton, Dieppe, Riverview, Shediac, Sackville and surrounding communities can be found at: https://mycommunitycalendar.ca/ - 30 minutes to Moncton airport: http://cyqm.ca/ - 30 minutes to downtown Moncton http://downtownmoncton.com/downtown-life/attractions/ - 40 minutes to Moncton's Magic Mountain (Splash Zone & Fun Zone) http://www.magicmountain.ca - 40 minutes to Moncton’s Magnetic Hill Wharf Village http://www.magnetichill.com/ - 40 minutes to Magnetic Hill Zoo (A MUST SEE!!) https://www.moncton.ca/magnetichillzoo - 40 minutes to Moncton’s TreeGo http://www.treegomoncton.com/ - 40 minutes to Magnetic Hill Winery: http://www.magnetichillwinery.com/ - 40 minutes to Moncton Casino http://www.casinonb.ca/ - 20 minutes to Dieppe http://www.dieppetourisme.com/ - 40 minutes to Riverview http://www.townofriverview.ca - 20 minutes to Shediac https://shediac.ca - 20 minutes to Shediac Bay Cruises http://www.lobstertales.ca/ - 20 minutes to the Shediac Neptune Drive In http://www.neptunedrivein.ca/ - 40 minutes to Sackville https://sackville.com - 1.5 hours to Hopewell Rocks http://www.thehopewellrocks.ca/ - 1 hr, 45 mins to Cape Enrage http://www.capeenrage.ca
Bay of Fundy: http://fundytrail.ca/
Prince Edward Island: - 30 minutes to PEI Confederation Bridge http://www.confederationbridge.com/ - PEI Tourism https://www.tourismpei.com/ - 1.5 hours to Charlottetown PEI http://www.discovercharlottetown.com/ - 1.5 hours to Anne of Green Gables https://www.tourismpei.com/anne-of-green-gables - 1.5 hours to Cavendish Beach http://cavendishbeachpei.com/play/beaches/ - Prince Edward Island Oyster Guide http://www.oysterguide.com/maps/prince-edward-island/ - Basin Head http://www.basinhead.com/ - Red Point https://www.tourismpei.com/provincial-park/red-point - Inn at Bay Fortune (Chef Michael Smith) www.innatbayfortune.com - Inn at Bay Fortune Restaurant http://innatbayfortune.com/dining/ - Inn at Spry Point https://www.innatsprypoint.com/en-us
Nova Scotia: - 2.5 hours to Halifax http://www.novascotia.com/about-nova-scotia/regions/halifax-metro - 1 hour to the Anne Murray Centre http://www.annemurraycentre.com - 3 hours to Peggy's Cove http://www.peggyscoveregion.com/ (about a 50 min drive from Halifax) - 2.5 hours to Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery http://www.novascotia.com/see-do/attractions/alexander-keiths-nova-scotia-brewery/1392 - Halifax Harbour (includes walking map) https://www.halifax.ca/rec/documents/HfxWaterfront.pdf - Halifax Harbourwalk http://www.travelandescape.ca/2013/06/the-halifax-harbourwalk/ - Cabot Trail http://www.cabottrail.com/map.html - Rita MacNeil's Tea House http://www.ritamacneil.com/ - 3.25 hours to Mahone Bay http://www.mahonebay.com - 3.5 hours to Lunenburg NS http://www.novascotia.com/explore/top-25/lunenburg
Local Recipes: Cooking lobsters & clam chowder https://www.cap-pele.com/en/visitors/recipes