The winding lane through the woods leads to the large cedar house and the blue of the World class Bay of Chaleur. You can easily park in the large welcome area and roll up the landscaped path right to the front door. The aroma of cedar welcomes you, clean towels and soft sheets await you. Large armoires with sturdy hangars are open and ready for you to move in. The clocks in each bedroom are hidden in the drawers. Here, time is kept by the tides. Sparkling windows in every room beckon you to views of woods and sea. You step onto one of the balconies. Feel the refreshing sea breeze.
Everyone gathers by the 17 foot, 5.5m, fireplace in the Great Room. The dried wood is neatly stored for your convenience. Comfy leather seating relaxes you. There's a pile of brochures with maps and phone numbers, menus and recipes on the low table. In the kitchen area you find the fridge filled according to your early order, clean and clear counters and all the tools and pots sorted in the drawers. The kettle is sitting on the five burner gas stove. The coffee centre is fully stocked. Cupboards are filled with dishes and crystal to serve 8.
Downstairs try out the billiard table; stash your bottles in the cold fridge.
The cedar chairs on the porch look out to the sea. Paths lead to the edge of the ocean. Seashells and driftwood, sea glass and sea plants make this an ever-changing alive place to explore. With comfy shoes you can walk for miles, kilometers, or just one mile to the wharf to see the working fishing boats and talk to the fishers. And then wonder at the reflections of the setting sun on the Bay of Chaleur, gaze at the stars and sleep soundly til dawn and the birds call you to another day by the sea.