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Top rated rentals — New Brunswick
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Destination guide

Out with the old and in with New Brunswick

As one of eastern Canada's Maritime provinces, New Brunswick is known for its beautiful scenery and diverse landscape. Whether it's the picturesque Bay of Fundy or the sea caves and formations at St. Martins, you'll find a dazzling new spectacle in every corner of this charming place. You may consider booking a cabin in the woods or a charming cottage by the bay, but no matter which New Brunswick vacation rentals catch your eye, you'll spend every moment until your trip daydreaming about the stunning sights to be seen on Canada's Atlantic coast.

Things to do

A veritable smorgasbord of charming villages

Pay a visit to St. Johns' New Brunswick Museum, highlighting local works from the 1800s. History buffs will enjoy a tour of Franklin D. Roosevelt's summer home, situated on Campobello Island, across the bridge from Lubec, Maine. Many of the small Acadian villages, such as St. Andrews by-the-Sea, are well worth your time, each with their own local history, small museums, and galleries celebrating regional artists. There are a few small zoos in New Brunswick perfect for the kids, including the Cherry Brook Zoo outside of St. John and the Magnetic Hill Zoo in Moncton.

Activities

Just follow your nose to New Brunswick's market stalls

A visit to the port city of St. John is a must, mainly to stroll the long-standing St. John City Market's food stalls. If you'd rather source your own food, salmon fishing on the Miramichi River is a long beloved pastime in the area. Alternatively, rent a canoe or kayak to explore the local rivers and coastal islands, ideal if you'd like a more leisurely approach. If you prefer to hang with the locals, consider touring the quaint Acadian villages that dot the countryside, stopping for locally made meals and souvenirs along the way.

Weather

Four vibrant seasons—each one worth your time

When browsing New Brunswick vacation rentals, consider what you'd like to do. St Andrews By-The-Sea is prime for whalewatching in July and August, but many others have the same idea, sending prices and crowds soaring. September and October quiet down, but the trees come alive with vibrant colors as the weather begins to cool. Come November, a blanket of snow will bring the cross-country skiers to Fundy National Park and downhill skiers to the slopes, and they'll stick around until March. Spring, like fall, is on the slow side, thanks to chilly temps and a quieter local vibe.

Natural features

Flip it and reverse it at New Brunswick's Reversing Falls

New Brunswick boasts raging rivers, lush pine forests, and tree-topped mountains. A visit to the Bay of Fundy is a must, thanks to its world-famous whale watching and extreme tides. Most notable are the Reversing Falls, where rapids flow backwards at high tide. The legendary Miramichi River is another must-see, known for hosting one of the largest salmon populations in North America. Canoes or kayaks are perfect for exploring some of the small, uninhabited islands that dot the rivers and coastline, and in winter, enjoy the snow capped mountains up close or from afar.

What are the top-rated vacation rentals for weekend getaways in New Brunswick?

Pressed for time but want a change of scene? A weekend break is what you need. Reserve a few nights at one of these top-rated rentals and get ready to feel worlds away from your Monday to Friday:

  • "One Bedroom Loft With Spectacular Views Of Richibucto River And Amazing Sunsets" - This property in Jardineville comes with amenities designed to make your visit comfortable, such as a garden and a washing machine. Its wonderful location also makes it a great base to get out and do some sightseeing.
  • "River Beachfront Bunkhouse" - This is another option with all the extras that make for a fab weekend away. Make use of coffee and tea making facilities and WiFi at this Jardineville property.

Can I find studio apartments for rent in New Brunswick?

Studio apartments are often on the smaller side, but it's hard to beat their central locations and affordable price tags. Whether you're traveling by yourself or it's just the two of you, consider one of these popular studio apartments in New Brunswick:

  • "It's About Time Unit #1" in Northumberland County crams loads of useful features into its single space, such as a porch and WiFi.
  • Alternatively, use "One Bedroom Loft With Spectacular Views Of Richibucto River And Amazing Sunsets" as a base to get out and explore. This popular retreat is in Jardineville and comes with an oven and heating.

Can I find short term rentals in New Brunswick?

With Vrbo's fantastic range of short-term rentals in New Brunswick, you're bound to find a place that's a perfect match. Whether you're looking for somewhere to unwind on your own or to catch up with old friends, these options are hard to beat:

  • Set up base close to the center of Jardineville and spend your days visiting all the top sights from "One Bedroom Loft With Spectacular Views Of Richibucto River And Amazing Sunsets". Along with its good location, this escape has everything you need to make your visit comfortable.
  • Alternatively, bunk down for a couple days at "River Beachfront Bunkhouse" and discover the highlights of Jardineville. This vacation rental also welcomes short-term guests and is a good choice if you like to be near the action.

What are the best large group vacation rentals in New Brunswick?

If your idea of the perfect getaway is to bring along all your favorite people, you'll be needing a whole lot of space. Luckily, there are plenty of vacation rentals in New Brunswick that are designed for large groups, starting with these sprawling sensations:

  • "The Coastal Country House - Just A Few Walking Minutes From The Sandy Beach": Featuring 4 bedrooms, this large vacation rental in Cape Tormentine has more than enough room for you and all your friends. Amenities like a firepit and an ocean view will keep everyone happy.
  • "Large Pine Cottage - Parlee Beach": This vacation rental in Pointe-du-Chene has 4 bedrooms, so don't worry about leaving anybody off your guest list. A fireplace and a kitchen are some of its many highlights.

What are the best large family vacation rentals in New Brunswick?

Start working on your invitation list, because there are plenty of family vacation rentals in New Brunswick that'll happily house your gang. Try these on for size:

  • If you're after an escape that sleeps no fewer than 10 people, try "La Camp On The River" in Cormierville. With 3 bedrooms, a living room and towels, your next family trip is sure to be a winner.
  • An equally popular option, "Luxurious Oceanview Beach House W" in Cormierville comes with 4 bedrooms and accommodates up to 7 guests. Nearby birdwatching activities and pet-friendly facilities will help keep the whole gang comfortable and happy.

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