The Algonquin Resort is located in the quaint seaside town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea. The charming town offers a picturesque setting, a welcoming community, and a distinctive combination of historic, cultural and recreational activities for visitors of all ages.
St. Andrews by-the-Sea
St. Andrews by-the-Sea is a charming village rich in coastal history and is nestled in historic Charlotte County. Explore the vast landscapes and ever changing tides as you experience the natural beauty of this one-of-a-kind seaside destination.
St. Andrews - Fishing Weir
St. Andrews, a community rich in fishing history, sunsets and sunrises, will leave you with moments to remember. With fishing weirs lining the historic Passamaquoddy Bay, guests can enjoy the traditional sights unique to the Bay of Fundy area.
Step back in time as you drive across the ocean floor on the bar at low tide. Time stands still on Minister’s Island as you experience the summer residence of the visionary railway builder Sir William Van Horne. A true historical gem, Minister’s Island is an enchanting 500-acre island located just off the coast of St. Andrews.
An unforgettable Bay of Fundy experience, families and friends can sail the ocean on safe vessels guided by experts on this remarkable and memorable cruise. Experience finback whales, rare right whales, humpback whales and minke whales in their natural habitat. Other sea life you may experience is porpoises, seals and seabirds on this high seas adventure.
The Algonquin Resort is located in the charming seaside village of St. Andrews by-the-Sea. Minutes away from the iconic resort is the magnificent, 27-acre Kingsbrae Garden horticultural centre. Ponds, streams, old-growth Acadian forests, themed gardens and 50,000 perennials provide a picturesque experience for the whole family.
Kingsbrae Garden is within easy walking distance from the Algonquin Resort and offers a picturesque 27-acre horticultural garden. With over 50,000 perennials in themed gardens, the gardens offer activities for visitors of all ages.
Atlantic Salmon Federation
Experience the breathtaking beauty of nature while staying in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. Spend an afternoon hiking along the Atlantic Salmon Fisheries streams as you breathe in the fresh air and listen to the soothing sounds of the flowing brooks.
Atlantic Salmon Federation
A Charlotte Country Treasure. Witness Atlantic salmon in their natural habitat, explore and discover the latest research and unravel the mysteries of their existence. From underwater viewing rooms to research facilities, the Atlantic Salmon Interpretative Centre offers fun and educational activities and experiences for the whole family.
Continue to experience a by-gone era as you visit the Pendlebury Lighthouse. Constructed in 1833, this iconic St. Andrews lighthouse is the oldest remaining mainland lighthouse in New Brunswick. Commonly referred to as Pendlebury Lighthouse, it is named after the family that tended it for almost 100 years (from the 1840s to the 1930s).