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Located in North Head in the heart of Grand Manan Island, this small charming inn offers a warm and intimate stay in a splendid location. Most of the seven rooms are en suite and face the ocean.

Amenities at the Compass Rose Heritage Inn include a restaurant, barbecue, sun terrace, lounge and free private parking. Rooms are equipped with flat-screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi and coffee maker; some also have a mini fridge and microwave. Continental breakfast is included.

Many activities are available around the property, including birdwatching, kayaking, whale watching, or hiking/biking on scenic trails with picnics on secluded beaches, looking out for puffins and whales on the way.

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This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Whales of the Bay of Fundy Self-drive

This one-week self-drive holiday takes you to the heart of New Brunswick, visiting Grand Manan Island and the Bay of Fundy, a haven for whales, with fin, humpback, minke, and the rare North Atlantic right whale. You can also expect to see plenty of shorebirds, puffins and some spectacular coastal scenery.

  • When to go: Jun-Aug
  • Duration inc. flights: 9 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £2,245 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea
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Grand Manan Island

Nutrient rich waters surrounding this, the largest of the Fundy Islands, provide a haven for seabirds, seals and whales. Cetacean species include humpback, the North Atlantic right whale, harbour porpoise and white-sided dolphin. Over 360 species of land, shore and sea birds have been identified here.

  • Where: New Brunswick
  • Ideal for viewing: North Atlantic right whale, humpback whale, minke whale, Atlantic puffin, Atlantic white sided dolphin
  • Excellent for: Whale watching

New Brunswick

Connect with wildlife in its natural environment. Abundant bird species are present here – from Atlantic puffins to bald eagles – as well as mammals such as moose, black bear and whales. The Bay of Fundy is a haven for fin, minke and the rare right whale, seabirds, and harbour and grey seals.

  • Ideal for viewing: humpback whale, American black bear, moose, harbour seal, Atlantic puffin
  • Excellent for: Whale watching