from $85 / night
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Beautiful panoramic view of ocean. Fall asleep listening to the waves lap against the shore at Auntie M’s B&B.
This is an older style 2 storey home, completely renovated. Private, located next door to owners residence. Warm, welcoming atmosphere. Very comfortable with immaculately clean rooms. Use of kitchen facilities, backyard with deck & barbeque. Fall asleep listening to the waves lap against the shore at Auntie M's B&B.
Noggin Cove Head
Located on the very end of Carmanville this quiet, picturesque area offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic ocean, rugged walking trails, and the perfect area for a picnic.
Wetlands Nature Trail
The trail is intended for walking, jogging and enjoying natures beauty, you'll find it has many unique features and will win the heart of all nature lovers, birdwatchers, and tourists.
Ahern Trader Shipwreck
On January 9th, 1960 the Ahern Trader, a ship 200 feet in length had been on it's way to Gander Bay with a load of hay for a business there, but due to heavy ice, had docked in Frederickton for about three days and offloaded it's freight. After unloading it prepared to leave again, it was a miserable evening, snowing heavily with a northeast wind of 35-40 knots, shortly after the ship had left the wharf it began having difficulties and heading towards the rocky shore. The ships Captain tried stopping the ship by dropping the anchor but was unsuccessful and the boat went ashore.
Over the next few days most of the crew got off the ship with the help of the locals and returned home. The Captain, Chief Engineer and the First Mate however stayed in Frederickton until March of that year, with the chief engineer remaining onboard to protect it. During the winter some men from Frederickton worked on the ship removing ballast and plugging holes, a tugboat also spent time there trying to pull the ship off the rocks, without any success. All valuables were then removed from the ship and it was deserted. The Ahern Trader has since become a landmark in Frederickton, although it has deteriorated quite a bit over the years.
Aunt Martha's Sheep Festival
This is Carmanville's annual summer festival, the title of the festival comes from a local legend and song written by a local musician, Mr. Ellis Coles. Held usually around the middle of July, the festival is three days of entertainment, food, and fun events for people of all ages.
Vacation Rental Websitewww.auntiembb.ca
Property Amenities & Features
- Linens Provided
- Small Appliances
- Cable TV
- Internet Access
- Deck / Porch
- Parking Available
- Patio Furniture
- BBQ / Grill
Individual Unit Description
Two windows with panoramic ocean view, very clean and comfortable.
Panoramic ocean view, very clean and comfortable.
Larger bedroom and bathroom / bathtub and shower.
Fees & Deposits
Additional Rate Information
$85.00 plus tax per night,
Cash Only Please,
Off-season rates available,
Please contact for additional rate information.
Please contact the listing owner for more information about the House Rules.
Please contact the listing owner for more information about the Cancellation Policy.