Travel Deal for November 30, 2012
Among them is an exciting culinary experience that lets foodies explore the bounty of produce available in the Maritimes. The tours, called “Earth Powered Kitchen Farm & Garden Field Trips,” include a rarity only available in New Brunswick — raw milk cheeses. Guests also visit farms to see how animals are raised and fed, as well as take in Campobello Island, where Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, would visit in the summer.
The 3-day/4-night tour starts at $1,099 per person and runs for select dates in June and September.
The package includes:
- Three nights in your choice of standard or luxury accommodations
- Meals, including dinner wines
- Chef’s personal cooking demonstrations
- Comfortable transportation to and from tour destinations
- Curated tours & admission fees
- Hotel & dining room gratuities.
The Kingsbrae Arms is a Relais & Chateaux property in St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick and has earned a long list of accolades. In fact, hotel expert Larry Mogelonsky recently told Vacay.ca that he considers the Kingsbrae Arms the best hotel in the country. Mogelonsky knows his stuff. He’s the author of “Are You an Ostrich or a Llama?: Essays in Hospitality Marketing and Management” and is the founder of LMA Communications Inc.
Vacay.ca Recommends Scenic Drives in New Brunswick
With the Trans-Canada Highway celebrating its 50th anniversary, Vacay.ca writers have hit the road to come up with tales from each of the provinces. Katie Marti was recently back in her home province of New Brunswick and detailed why it’s worth the trek.
Marti writes: “Saint John’s prime location along the Bay of Fundy make it the perfect base camp for some of the area’s most scenic attractions. Day trips to spots like Saint Andrews-By-The-Sea, Fundy National Park or Grand Manan Island are all within a couple hours’ drive of Saint John, and may well turn into layovers once you get a taste of the good life.” Read the rest of the article here.
To Book This Hotel Deal from Kingsbrae Arms: Visit the website or call 506-529-1897.
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