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What others are saying

 

Articles about our inn:

Adventure Guide to the Canada's Atlantic Provinces - by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers
"[The building is] so well adapted to its New Brunswick landscape that it looks as though it grew from the bank of the river it overlooks... The public areas are spacious, and there are few places we'd rather be on a winter afternoon than curled up in front of their fireplace after a hot rocks massage." (complete article available online via Google Books)
A Glow Magazine 2004 Readers' Choice
On the Pond was selected as the New Brunswick Readers' Choice for Glow Magazine's 2004 Canadian Spa Guide.
Toronto Star: Smooth sailing on province's backroads
"...you may spot deer or heron, among other wildlife; you can fish, golf, hike, boat, cycle and bird watch as well as treat yourself to a spa treatment."
The Daily Gleaner
"After breakfast the women got down to the business of pampering themselves with manicures, pedicures, facials and massages. But it wasn't until they arrived at the spa and began getting rubbed, scrubbed and polished that their tension really left them."
Frommer's Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island - by Paul Karr
"The lodge is lovely, constructed in a strong sort of William Morris-inspired style with dark wood trim, slate floors in the entryways, and fieldstone fireplaces..."
Relax!... at a New Brunswick spa - by Ana Watts
"For New Brunswickers spas have long been foreign affairs, one of the many aspects of the lifestyles of the rich and famous not available in our idyllic, yet relatively poor province. Not anymore."
Still waters - by Karen Ruet
"There is a solidness about this structure that couples with the oversized overstuffed sofas and an abundance of wingback chairs to make one feel immediately at home... As we sit tucked into a wingbacked chair overlooking the shoreline, the heron rises up and majestically flaps its wings until it's lost from sight."
Here and there - by Mike O'Brien
"Just before Donna served us breakfast on the deck, a deer had wandered up for a look see, and during the meal a family of geese waddled around at the waters edge while a loon fished for food. Talk about relaxation!"


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