- Reviews: 971
Hartt Island RV Resort: Camp at the shore of Saint John's River
This nice campground is located just next to the waters of Saint John's River which guarantees nice sunsets in the evening and foggy sunrises in the morning. You might want to get up a little earlier...
Apart from that, the campground is pretty much usual, no unique qualities, but no bad things either. Prices are average, the owner is very friendly and funny and the location makes it possible to go canoeing on the river. Other sports are possible, too (e.g. mini golf).
the location is quite outstanding, but a little bit loud due to the morning rush hour on nearby route 102
- Reviews: 2031
HI - Fredericton: Fredericton's youth hostel
My friend and I were on a pretty tight budget so we decided to make the road trip experience complete by staying at the youth hostel in Fredericton. For only $20 each per night, we got to stay in a huge room with two single beds. The location was great - we basically parked the car when we got there and left it in the parking lot the entire weekend (it's also located next to the bus terminal). It was also surprisingly quiet at night and in the evening. Perhaps it wasn't as well organized as some other hostels I've been to in terms of activities and such, but George, one of the owners, was extremely friendly and answered all our questions and made sure we had a good time during our stay in Fredericton!
Fully-equiped kitchen, game room downstairs, two TV rooms...
- Reviews: 224
Robin's Inn Motel: Robin's Inn Motel
Robin's Inn Motel opened in the summer of 2005, and is located between the City of Fredericton and the Town of Oromocto, along the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy #2). It is about a 10-minute drive east of Fredericton. It's a brand new place.
This would be a good place for the budget-minded traveller who is just looking for a decent place to sleep the night. It doesn't have its own restaurant, but the Blue Canoe Restaurant at the Irving station is next to it, so you don't have to go far to get a good meal.
Haven't stayed here, but they advertise that their rooms are CDN$65.00 and up.
- Reviews: 224
Days Inn Oromocto: Days Inn Oromocto
Construction on the Days Inn Oromocto started in 2004, and it officially opened in 2005. If you're travelling along the Trans-Canada Hwy ( Hwy #2), but don't want to drive into the City of Fredericton to find an accomodation, you'll find the Town of Oromocto about 15 minutes drive east of Fredericton.
It's also the closest hotel to the Fredericton Airport, just 5 minutes drive, or 5 kms, away.
If you're travelling eastbound on the TCH, take the first exit (#301) into Oromocto. You'll see the Days Inn directly ahead of you, as you take the exit. Turn left at the Stop sign onto Pioneer Ave., then the next left onto Brayson Blvd., and it'll be on your left.
If you're going westbound on the TCH, take exit #303 Turn left at the stop sign onto Miramichi Rd., then turn right onto Pioneer Avenue. Continue down Pioneer a couple of kilometres, then turn right onto Brayson Blvd.
They feature a pool, an excercise room, and a full-service restaurant called the Dreamcatcher Dining Room. See my Restaurants section for more info on the Dreamcatcher.
They offer a complimentary deluxe breakfast, and a complimentary daily newspaper. In the rooms, you can expect to find coffee and a coffee maker, hairdryer, clothes iron, cable TV, free local phone calls, a modem hook-up, free wireless Internet, and free parking. If you're staying in their deluxe suites, these feature a fireplace and a Jacuzzi.
A night's stay for two will cost you about CDN$90., which includes a deluxe continental breakfast.
They have wheelchair-accessible rooms, and those travelling with pets will be pleased to know that they are accepted here.
- Reviews: 224
Skyline Motel: Skyline Motel
An accomodation for the very budget-minded person.
30 units, with colour cable TV. There's a small convenience store out front.
It is within walking distance of the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University, as well as the Aitken Center.
Note that the motel is only open between May and August.
If you're going eastbound on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy 2), take the exit to Hwy 8 into Fredericton. Stay on the highway, and take exit #9 to Forest Hill Rd., which is just before you cross the Princess Margaret Bridge. Turn left on Forest Hill Rd., and watch for the Skyline Motel a short distance up on your left.
If you're going westbound on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy 2), take the exit to Fredericton via Hwy 7, then take the exit towards Moncton on Hwy 8. Just before you cross the Princess Margaret Bridge, take exit #9, and turn left onto the Forest Hill Rd. Watch for the Skyline Motel a short distance up on your left.
- Reviews: 224
Town & Country Motel: Town & Country Motel
A budget-minded motel located in a scenic area, right along the St. John River.
5 minutes from downtown, and a minute or 2 more for uptown.
2 minutes from the Fredericton Golf and Curling Club.
If you're going eastbound on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy 2), take Hwy 8 into Fredericton, and take exit 3 at Hanwell Rd. Turn right (north) on Hanwell Rd., and follow it all the way down the hill. At the intersection of Woodstock Rd., you can only turn left or right. Turn left (west), and watch for the Town & Country Motel on your right.
If you're going westbound on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy2), take the exit into Fredericton via Hwy 7. Take the exit for Hwy 8 towards Edmundston, and take exit 3 at Hanwell Rd. As you come to the Stop sign, you'll actually be on Prospect St. extension.
From here, you can make a right or a left. If you make a right, turn left (north) at the lights onto Hanwell Rd., follow it down the hill to its end, and make a left turn onto Woodstock Rd. Watch for the Town & Country Motel on the right.
If you choose to make a left when you take the Hanwell Rd. exit, just drive down to the bottom of the hill. At the bottom of the hill, you'll see the intersection of Woodstock Rd. and the Prospect Inn on your right. Turn right there, and follow Woodstock Rd. Watch for the Town & Country Motel on your left.
- Reviews: 224
Prospect Inn: Prospect Inn
A mid-range hotel conveniently located so that you are either 5 minutes from uptown or 5 minutes from downtown.
The upper level rooms have a balcony. If you ask for one on the south side of the building, you will be facing a busy roadway (Prospect St.). Ask for one on the north side, and you'll be facing the St. John River.
They have an indoor pool, and playground equipment outside for the kiddies. They have a dining room called the PIE Cafe.
There are two gas stations (the Irving station has a good sit-down restaurant) and a Tim Horton's donut & coffee shop across the road from the hotel.
If you're going eastbound on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy 2), take the Hwy 8 exit into Fredericton and then take the Hanwell Rd. exit (exit 3). Turn right onto Hanwell Rd., then left at the lights (Prospect St.). Follow Prospect St. down to the bottom of the hill, where you'll see the Propect Inn on your right.
If you're going westbound on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy 2), take the Hwy 7 exit (also called the Vanier Hwy) into Fredericton.
You've got two choices now: This highway becomes Prospect St., and you can just keep going straight on Prospect St. until after 6 sets of traffic lights, you will find the Prospect Inn at the bottom of the hill, on the right, at the intersection of the Woodstock Rd.
Or, you can take the Hwy 8 exit westbound towards Edmundston, then get off at the Hanwell Rd. exit (exit 3). As you take the exit and come to the stop sign, turn left onto Prospect St. Follow Prospect St. to the bottom the hill, where you'll find the Prospect Inn on your right.
- Reviews: 2603
Kilburn House B&B
A comfortable Bed & Breakfast, located downtown within walking distance of all attractions. I got the large room at the back of the house, with direct access to a huge bathroom.
Nancy Kilburn advertises this place as "Non toxic accommodations for the sensitive." She asks that you not use perfumes or colognes..... She must be allergic. She did make a delicious breakfast for us!
- Reviews: 3530
The Compass Rose: Quality & Reasonable Rooms
You cannot go too far wrong with accommodations anywhere - quality is generally good and prices are very reasonable. Take your pick from Sheraton hotels (the one in Fredericton has won many national awards and is where British Royalty "call home" when in town), to scenic motels or provincially-run campgrounds with an evening camp-fire. Photo of an excellent B&B on Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy while we were over for a fantastic whale-watching trip.
A regularly scheduled ferry from Black's Harbour will take you across for a very reasonable price. The island has a network of hiking trails along the coast and excellent whale-watching tours in the Bay of Fundy.
- Reviews: 77
Campbellton Lighthouse Hostel: Campbellton Lighthouse Hostel
$12 Canadian for Hostelling International members for a dorm room.
How could you pass up the chance to sleep in a lighthouse?
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