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If you are looking for something modern don't go, but if you enjoy old world its for you. We stayed one night and our room was very comfortable and so was the bed, lots of antiques. There is no tea and coffee in the room,...More
I have been to Marshlands many times over the past 35 years. I am very sad to see that little effort has been made to keep it current. It seems to be riding on its laurels with poor service and tired looking decor. The woman...More
If you're looking for modern amenities, give this hotel a miss. Our room was beautiful and welcoming and the beds were comfortable (although noisy every time I rolled). There was no A/C so we had the window open and noise from the street made for...More
We do not usually stay at country inns but chose this one so that we could enjoy its excellent restaurant for dinner. Our room was on the second floor and overlooked Bridge Street on one side. It was very quiet. I found the bed quite...More
The Marshlands is an historic Inn in an historic community. The owners really strive for excellence. The menu is diverse enough for about any taste and the portions are above and beyond. Worth the drive from Moncton (35 minutes) for a very special treat. We...More
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I would rate the B&B highly. Our room had a king size bed leaving not much extra space in the room with the 'antiquey' decorations but it was hugely comfortable, with en suite also small but complete. Location is quiet and... More
I would rate the B&B highly. Our room had a king size bed leaving not much extra space in the room with the 'antiquey' decorations but it was hugely comfortable, with en suite also small but complete. Location is quiet and garden beautiful. Restaurant is excellent with great food, probably the best in Sackville.
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"If you want luxury, ask for the Queen's room but be forewarned there is no door on the bathroom!"