Sussex and area are home to many natural beauty locations such as the local walking trail, championship golf course, rolling hills and streams and being situated in the heart of the Kennebecasis Valley, subject to great weather patterns during the Spring, Summer and Fall months of the year.
Some of the healthier things to do while you are in the area as follows:
There are many different restaurants, cafes and pubs available both in town and around the area providing foods of Germany, Japan, Thailand, North America, to name a few as well as many fast food chain outlets. Shopping in both the downtown core as well as the mall near the Trans Canada highway will satisfy most wants and needs and there are many more within a short 45 minute drive to either Moncton or Saint John. We are central in the triangle formed by Saint John, Fredericton and Moncton/Dieppe and day trips to those locales are a very short hop. 35 minutes to the south is St. Martins with its sea caves and tides where kayaking is the favoured sport. In Alma a small fishing village just outside the National Park boundary, deep sea fishing is available as well as a variety of seafood from local fisherman, especially local lobster.
Your room guide contains listing of all of the nearby restaurants, sporting venues, churches, spas and other amenities that tourists are accustomed to seeking out and the innkeepers have a vast knowledge of the area and province that they are most willing and anxious to share with you as guests. Don’t be afraid to ask about special events and areas of interest and if we don’t have the information at our fingertips we will be more than pleased to research it for you on a moments notice.
Sussex is registered as the Mural Capital of Atlantic Canada www.sussexmurals.com and continues to add to their collection of new material by local artists. The Artist’s Co-op is housed in the Sussex Museum and the New Brunswick Agricultural Museum as well as the 8th Hussars Regimental Museum are also right in town. Every Friday there is a well known farmers market in the center of town at Leonard’s Gate on Main street that features local farmers foods, crafts and tastings of many countries fare so stop by and enjoy that while you are here.
The world’s highest tides at some 42 metres are visible from the park at Hopewell Rocks as well as outstanding viewpoints along the Fundy Parkway system, the tidal bore in Moncton and other points of interest and geological beauty within easy reach.
Come to Sussex and relax while being in the center of it all, just not amongst the hubbub of a large city environment. A relaxing mode of life away from the business of normal daily life in the big city!