About Us | Beach Street Inn | Saint Martins
Once known for building unstoppable schooners that journeyed to every corner of the world, these days, our small maritime village is seen as a place where visitors come for a reset by experiencing deeper connections to the earth, the sea and themselves.
St. Martins inspires, soothes and recharges. It could be the cosmic planetary tug between the earth and the moon – the force that makes the world’s highest tides pour in and out of our harbours and bays - maybe that’s the reason.
It could be the constantly changing shoreline with jaw-dropping views around every corner. Like our red cliffs, that seem to have been poured into place millions of years ago and beg to be explored.
Or our sweet little harbour, with an actual fishing fleet and two (yep, two) covered bridges. There, you can wander through piles of buoys, fishing nets and lobster traps, take a nosy peek at the fishing boats (either sitting on the ocean floor or bobbing alongside our 200+ year-old wharf), and take a deep breath for an olfactory mix of the sea, wildflowers, tar (yes, and you’ll love it), and the artisanal ice cream cone we hope you have in your hand.
Or it could be the adventures that the area provides – hikes on the Fundy Trail, kayaking the shoreline for vistas that take your breath away, finding hidden beaches where you’ll be the only people for miles, or hopping on one of our fishing boats or a Zodiac for a tour of the coast.
Doing it all or doing absolutely nothing, stopping for a bowl of chowder and then settling in around one of our firepits, drink in hand, where you’ll meet travelers from all over the world – Maybe that’s the secret to how St. Martins helps people to recharge.
16 Beach Street. Saint Martins. New Brunswick Canada
July 1, 2021
Beach Street Inn Opens July 1, 2021 with Complete Renovation
Formerly Tidal Watch Inn
St. Martins, NB— July 1, 2021 — Beach Street Inn opens for business following a complete renovation and new addition to the historic inn previously known as the Tidal Watch Inn. Paul and Beth Winkle, new owners, and innkeepers, announce the all-new inn as well as the opening of Periwinkle’s Restaurant and Henry’s Bar, all located at 16 Beach Street, St. Martins, New Brunswick.
“We are so proud of the renovation and restoration of this historic home and inn,” said Paul Winkle, owner, and innkeeper at Beach Street Inn. Renovations include all new electrical systems, plumbing, all new bathrooms, floors, paint, beds and linens, furnishings, the addition of Henry’s Bar and Periwinkle’s Restaurant, as well as new roofing, landscaping, walkways, gardens, and a grand new front porch.
Positive Customer Impact
Customers are raving about the all new Beach Street Inn and the luxury accommodations, the fine dining and personalized service. Henry’s Bar is a new favorite in the quaint Village of St. Martins as a gathering place for local banter and fun times.
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