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Home in Shediac
Shediac, 2 bedroom beauty!
Your family will be close to everything when you stay at this centrally located place in the heart of Shediac, the MUST SEE town near Moncton, New Brunswick. There are endless events, and adventures awaiting you to explore and have a once in a lifetime east coast experience! This brand new home has a modern, clean look and feel and the practicality of a fully functioning home! You will absolutely love your stay as there are plenty of amenities and one of the most beautiful beaches near by.
Home in Pointe-du-Chêne
Seaside escape*3BR home*hot tub*fire pit*bunkhouse
Welcome to our spacious cottage with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom in a perfect location 5 min walk to Parlee Beach. Enjoy the luxurious renovated touches our home has to offer. Perfect for families, couples or friends. Fully furnished rooms, stocked with all amenities needed for your stay. Full kitchen with all the essential appliances & more! You will want to check out our outdoor space complete with hot tub, firepit, BBQ,patio heater and bunkhouse. Perfect for those east coast evenings.
Townhouse in Shediac Bridge
Chuchi’s cottage in Shediac Bridge.
Welcome to Chuchi`s cottage. Located in Shediac Bridge, this newly renovated modern side by side duplex is fully equipped to be your home away from home and is located close to Moncton, Shediac and Bouctouche. Take a 9 minutes drive to downtown Shediac where you can also enjoy the beautiful Parlee Beach, Take a Peaceful 5 minutes walk down the road to the water where you can relax, fish and dig quahogs. Also a great place for kayaking or paddleboarding.

Stay near Shediac's top sights

Giant Lobster36 locals recommend
Lobster Deck Eat in & take-out licensed10 locals recommend
Sobeys Shediac20 locals recommend
Robicheau's No Frills7 locals recommend
Le Moque-Tortue40 locals recommend
La Coast24 locals recommend

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Your guide to Shediac

All About Shediac

Known as the lobster capital of the world, this port town in east New Brunswick has a thriving fishing industry, and is most famous for its lobster festival in July, which attracts visitors from around the globe. A 90-tonne lobster sculpture greets you upon arrival in the French-Acadian town, and is a great place to stop for a photo. As well as a chance to indulge in some freshly caught crustaceans, Shediac also offers the opportunity to explore the region’s national parks, and swim in one of Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches at Parlee.

Head to the bluff at Parlee Beach Provincial Park to see the sunset over the lake, and during the warmer months of the year, it’s also well worth exploring other beautiful beaches nearby, like Plage L'Aboiteau.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Shediac

Shediac has quite distinct seasons, and each brings its own reasons to visit. Summer is often the busiest time of year, especially over the holidays when families come to take advantage of the town’s sandy beaches and lakeside parks. This is also when the Shediac plays host to festivals and other social gatherings such as comedy roasts and concerts. Fall brings sunny skies, mild weather, as well as lower humidity and the ever-beautiful sight of changing leaves. While spring is generally the quietest time in Shediac, it can bring rain and lots of insects, making it the most suitable time for exploring indoor sights like the town’s shops and museum. Winter brings cold, snowy weather, great for those who love winter sports, especially skiing; the nearby hills are optimal spots to shred through the snow.

Top things to do in Shediac

Rotary Park

Rotary Park welcomes its visitors to a grassy terrain suitable for daytime picnics or evening star gazing. A large lobster sits at the park entrance, standing guard in front of the various flags and coat of arms for this Canadian region. Bushels of wildflowers bloom in the area, and there are plenty of shops nearby for the casual walk-through.

Parlee Beach Provincial Park

When you’ve had your fill of lobster, be sure to head down to Parlee Beach Provincial Park, where you’ll find one of North America’s best saltwater beaches. Take a dip, go canoeing or kayaking, or even stand-up paddleboarding, or simply relax at one of the beachside restaurants near your chalet at Shediac.

Shediac’s Old Train Station Museum

Shediac was once home to the terminal, headquarters, and shops of the European and North American Railway. You can learn all about this part of the town’s history at Shediac’s Old Train Station Museum. See a collection of artifacts and photos that show some of the technology that’s been used throughout the city’s history, and how it transformed Shediac’s railway system.

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