The Lobster Wharf is a restored Victorian home (l860) right on the famous Bay of Fundy with a view all the way to New Brunswick.
The main parlor, originally reserved for weddings and funerals in the 1800s, is comfortably furnished and includses bookshelves stuffed with books for quiet reading. The second living room is more of a family room for television viewing, although none of my (former bed and breakfast) guests seemed to do much of this as there is so much to see just outside the windows.The large dining room is where you can all gather for sit down meals.
Completely modernized eat in kitchen is stocked with just about anything your chef needs.
However you might prefer crossing the road and buying lobsters already cooked, or fresh off the boat from the lobster men. The favorite of everyone is the enclosed sun porch overlooking the harbor and the Bay of Fundy. Many choose to eat here while watching all the harbor activity.
Take the wide original staircase to the second floor with three bedrooms (optional fourth). One bedroom is a Fundy View Bedroom with queen bed and bay window sitting area. Room number 2 is the Antique Bedroom with bay window and sunset view. Room number 3 is also a queen bedroom with bay and sunset view. There is a full bathroom on the second floor, but there is also an additional two person shower that has been fitted in off the kitchen, the only spot large enough for two person shower. Robes are provided in each bedroom. When this was a Bed and Breakfast, guests would shower and come to the breakfast table in their robes..
There are three outside porches, one harbor view and one on the other side for the glorious sunsets. Large green areas surround the home,where you can romp or picnic to your hearts content. The home is a lovely comfortable home, a magical place where you can relax and enjoy your vacation. It is meant to be comfortable and not formal or fussy. It was originally a lobsterman's home and it has a comfortable ambiance, not fussy formality. Lobstermen lived in poverty and it is an old Victorian working mans home, not a San Francisco type painted lady. It is on a dirt road overlooking the Bay.