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Save $50 a day in New Brunswick

Travel Deal for September 7, 2012

deal of the dayBook your stay at Kingsbrae Arms St. Andrews By-The-Sea and save $50 a day!

Stay 2 or more nights and save $50 off the one-night room rate. Downstairs rooms feature a fine collection of art and antiques. A baby grand piano sits on a raised nook in the corner ready to provide an evening’s entertainment.

During the day, guests of Kingsbrae Arms may venture off to sail with the whales, seals and bald eagles. There are lots of opportunities to visit a museum, shop or play a round of golf. Or if you prefer,  just stay at the hotel and enjoy Kingsbrae Garden.

In the evening guests may sip cocktails in the lounge before sharing a lively communal table for dinner or an intimate candle-lit table for two. Recommends New Brunswick Vacations For The Acadia Coast Senior Writer Cinda Chavich had a chance to visit Moncton, where they claim the lobster sculpture next to the highway in Shediac is the largest in the world, it’s massive, and has anatomically correct claws and antennae, making a killer background for the family holiday photo-op.

Chavich writes: “The food out here in rural New Brunswick ranges from simple lobster suppers to the creative cuisine of fine local chefs. Of course there’s the local New Brunswick bounty — potatoes, wild blueberries, and seafood from scallops to fat Maritime mussels, bar clams and tiny, briny Beausoleil oysters — and everywhere the famed Maritime lobster. Locals argue over which is best — the Bay of Fundy lobster or the eastern shore, but for a lobster-deprived westerner, it’s all decadently delicious.”

To Book This Hotel Deal at Kingsbrae Arms: Click here, or call 1-506-529-1897. You can also click the link and fill out the form.

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