The Shepody Bay Inn is family friendly accommodation in Hopewell Cape, Albert County, New Brunswick, home to the World Famous Hopewell Rocks where you can experience the coming in and going out of the world’s highest tides.
Our Inn was built in 1997, six of the ten rooms overlook the Shepody Bay and have private decks where you can watch the moon rise and show off it’s reflection in the Bay. All rooms are clean, fresh and tastefully decorated, all have private en-suites, hair driers , air conditioning, flat screened TV’s, smoke free and free WiFi. What a great way to end your busy day in the comfort of the Shepody Bay Inn.
In the morning a fresh pot of coffee and continental breakfast awaits our guests in our bright cheery dining room. Here everyone can enjoy the view of the Shepody Bay and Grindstone Island. A college of color from the greens of the marsh to the glistening browns of the mud flats, blue brown of the water and the sky all in plain sight.
Also, if your lucky, you will see as others have, a cow moose and her two calves who frequent the march foraging for their morning meal. The marsh is also home to coyotes, deer and all types of birds of the area, not to mention the humming birds at their feeders directly outside your window.
The Shepody Bay Inn (Photo credit: © 2016 Sharon Pollock)
A special note, without traveling anywhere, you can walk through our back yard, through the gate and step onto part of the Trans Canada Hiking Trail. This trail is built on an old rail bed, flat and an easy walk. It will let you get up close and personal to the marsh land, grazing cattle, tributaries showing the results of the ebbing tides and a glimpse of the history of days gone by.