The town of Saint Andrews in New Brunswick is where visitors arrive to explore places like Minister’s Island, go on whale watching trips, and learn about local history and culture. Ideal both for a family vacation and a solo trip, this seaside resort town was founded in the 18th century, remnants of which can still be seen in some well-preserved original buildings.
Spacious waterfront houses are a popular architectural style in Saint Andrews, and these are often given out as vacation rentals. Travellers can enjoy living like Canadian locals by choosing their vacation accommodation in such typical houses. In addition, there are smaller cottages and private rooms available as bed and breakfasts.