Updated: Mar 1
When we were kids, we explored every cave, harbour, river and tree. We loved to share all our secret spots with our friends and family. It made for the perfect summers. We never wanted them to end. Then one day, it didn't have to. My husband and I bought an old B&B, renovated it and Beach Street Inn was born.
We still love to share our favorite spots with our guests. Each morning we sit with you and create the perfect itinerary. There is something for everyone from the back seat driver, gentle walker to the high adventurers. Each can discover the Maritmes, the Bay of Fundy and the Fundy Trail.
We loved our picnic lunches and are more than happy to set you off with a basket full of delicious treats. Maybe even a bottle of wine to sip on your blanket overlooking spectacular vistas. Our pleasure.
We have created a to do list to ensure you don't miss a thing while you are here in St. Martins. Let us know how you did. If you missed anything, we are here, come on home!
The Fundy Trail to do list
Photograph Flowerpot Rocks
Hike, bike or drive the Fundy Trail
Take the trail to Melvin’s Beach and Fuller Falls
Walk the Suspension Bridge over Salmon River,
(ask us how to find our secret swimming hole)
Lunch at Long Beach
Be amazed by “The Gorge”
St. Martins Harbour to do list
Follow the Irish River to the second Dam
Walk the harbour floor and discover Echo Cave
Walk through the Twin Covered Bridges
Stroll the Harbour and enjoy an ice cream cone or latte.
The Caves and History to do list
Explore the Sea Caves on foot in low tide or in a Kayak at high tide
Walk the ocean floor and discover its mysteries
Let history reveals itself at the Quaco Museum
Secluded Beaches and Lighthouses
Walk the sand flats on Browns Beach
Visit the Lighthouse
Hike through the woods to Flat Rock Beach
Discover Split Rock
Discover Uptown Saint John
Tour Uptown Saint John
Lunch at the oldest ongoing City Market
See the World famous Reversing Falls
Take an Evening Ghost Tour if you dare
Visit St. Andrews
Have lunch at the Algonquin Hotel or on the waterfront
Go Whale Watching
Shop in the Village
Walk the beach at Hopewell Rocks
Drive to Hopewell Rocks to see the flower pot rocks
Make sure you plan to be there when the tide is going out so you have plenty of time.