Winsome Inn

Address: 198 King St., St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 198 King St., St. Stephen, is near Chocolate Museum, Estate Little La Grange & Lawaetz Museum, Davis Bay, and St. Croix River.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from St. Stephen

        Welcome to Weatherby's

        A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Oct 10, 2015

        28 photos

        ... we were sometimes the only ones and watched as the colours of the landscape visibly changed. It was a very beautiful place and a privilege to be there. The weather was fickle - the whole gamut from wet and cold to warm and sunny.

        As much colour came from the people as the landscape. Every morning from 5am, the light was on in the kitchen - the hub of camp life. " If the light is on, the coffee is ready" and breakfast not ...

        Day 1 - The adventure begins!

        A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 08, 2013

        5 photos

        ... the following evening!). It was a great group of people – mostly American except for one Canadian couple – and with a wide range of backgrounds: city planners, an athletic director, and a woman who ran a horse-riding camp for girls are just a few examples of my fellow participants!

        After a fantastic dinner (the food was amazing on this program!) Patricia read us a poem about sleeping on an island and we all went off to our cottages. Tomorrow the adventures ...

        Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Canada, eh!

        A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Aug 31, 2012

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... Gas". That sign and station seemed to be the only business left open in town and I was wondering if someone opened the service station to try to save their small town. I try to support small independent restaurants and service stations, even if it costs a few cents more as I think they have so much more to offer than the big "super"companies that don't have time to train or establish relationships with their staff ...

        Day 6 at Lubec

        A travel blog entry by tennyp on Jul 31, 2011

        ... economy). We chose a restaurant that had a parking lot full of cars figuring it would be good. Unfortunately, they were slow and the food was nothing special. Then there was a pretty long wait to cross the border and when we stopped at the visitor center and asked where we could change some money they said it was too late. By this time it was 3:00 PM there (the time changed at the border which we ...

        Back in the U.S. of A! (or A Fish Tale)

        A travel blog entry by dabrander on Aug 31, 2010

        3 comments, 4 photos

        ... the ferry wasn’t important enough to break camp in the middle of the night after restless sleep. The coyotes howling over the next hour convinced us that we made the right decision.

        We were on the road to Digby by 8am and checked in for the 4pm ferry around 10. We were placed on a waiting list and told to be back by 3 to see if they could fit us on. Ugh! I was not interested in driving the 600 km that the ferry was going to save us. ...

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