Rooms and Rates

The House was originally constructed about 1910 with the south addition built in the late 1920's to early 1930's.  Our main lobby resides in the newer addition with the curved staircase and large open upper landing/hallway which accesses guest rooms 1 and 2.  Up the original staircase guests will access the remaining guest rooms.  

Guests are of course welcome to enjoy the tea room, pub, sitting room and veranda with other visitors to the Inn and will enjoy exclusive access to these areas after public hours are over. Additionally guest to the B&B will have exclusive access to the second floor sitting areas and television room, the library,  and the breakfast dining room which overlooks the creek as well.  A fresh, hot breakfast served family style will start your day and house blend coffee and tea is of course free to our guests throughout the day and evening.

All rooms have private ensuites, hair dryers, and wireless internet access is free and available throughout the Inn.

Room 1, the "Majestic".

The Majestic, 1899-1942, was one of the most frequent steamers to the village of Gagetown. and was the last steam powered commercial vessel on the Saint John river.

This large and comfortable room has an east facing creek side view and south facing sun window to make it the brightest room on the property.  It has an antique full sized bed, private seating area for two, and a large attached private bath with a large,  cast-iron bathtub.

$125. CDN per night +HST

Room 2, the "DJ Purdy"

The steamer DJ Purdy served the communities along the Saint John river from 1912 through 1923 and was the last of the river's side wheelers.

This room is well suited to individuals traveling together or perhaps guests of one of our events looking to share a room, and spacious enough to be comfortable too.  It features two twin sized beds, two dressers  as well as an appropriate seating area, and a private ensuite bath with shower.  Both north and east facing windows provide for an excellent view of the  Gagetown Creek and island.

$115. CDN per night +HST


Room 5,  the "David Weston". 

Named for her captain, the David Weston was  an impressive vessel designed specifically to meet the growing  demands for river travel in 1866.  When it met its end in a fiery tragedy which claimed three souls in 1903 the David Weston had at that time the longest record of service among steamboats on the Saint John River. 

Our smallest guest room, this is also the only one which does not over look the creek.  However that is not to say this room is lacking in its' view. This room has a unique view of the beautiful and historic St. John's Anglican Church and the peaceful grounds which surround it.  It features a traditionally high antique full size bed and a private ensuite with shower.

$100. CDN per night +HST

Room 6, the "Star"

The Star was the name sake flag ship of the Star Line.  Built in 1873 it was the first steamer to regularly travel the Washadamoak lake to Cole's island, for which it was a regular sight until 1902.

This sizable room features fantastic views of the Gagetown creek through it's north and east facing windows, an antique full size bed, private reading area, and also a private connecting hallway to a spacious three piece bath with shower.  Just outside your room is a quiet, secluded sitting area with a writing desk and a west facing view of the historic St. John's Anglicanchurchyard.

$125. CDN per night +HST

During your stay you may notice your bed is adorned with a hand made quilt.  As a matter of fact these quilts are made right here in the inn by your hostess, Lisa and Bera's Den Quilting.  If you wish you may purchase your quilt as a unique and special memento of your stay or enquire about other quilted treasures available for purchase.

We are proud members and supporters of our Canadian Armed Forces please ask us about our Military and Other available discounts.