We were a family of five, stayed at a wonderful cottage in Cocagne, New Brunswick, at the end of a private road, facing directly onto the Northumberland Strait. Highlight of our trip was being able to walk down when the tide was out and dig for mussels and clams, then cooking them on the outdoor grill. Deck chairs on front deck overlooked the bay, just steps from the beach with spectacular scenery morning or night, watching sail boats and fishing boats in the bay. Bring the camera, deer coming for a drink in the morning, herons flocking in at sunset for their next meal. Small village but fresh shrimp, lobster, scallops from the fish market right around the corner and a small general store that had everything we needed. Two miles to Shediac, home of the Lobster Festival, 20 minutes from Moncton airport. Cottage is on the Acadian Trail, short drive to the Bay of Fundy, Pays de la Saguine, 4 miles to Parlee Beach. All amenities provided, including BBQ grill. Fresh and clean open concept with nautical decor throughout reflected that nice “cottage” feel.
Definitely recommend this cottage whether you are looking for a quiet, serene holiday, a family vacation or a central point for exploring and sightseeing.