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Reasons to Stay with us?
St. Andrews Location
Edging the Passamaquoddy Bay, our hotel puts you within walking distance of restaurants, shops, and close to St. Andrews attractions.
Best Golf in New Brunswick
Ranked among the top 100 courses in Canada, our beautiful course offers bayside views on a back nine that’s unforgettable.
Uniquely Styled Accommodations
Blending the resort’s historic charm with modern amenities, each of our rooms and suites reflects the elegance of the Algonquin
A Rejuvenating Spa
The Spa at the Algonquin offers replenishing treatments, from hair styling to body and facial treatments, and soothing massages.
Inspired Event Spaces
From meetings to group gatherings, parties, receptions, or unforgettable weddings, our event spaces set the perfect stage.

Waterfront Activities in St. Andrews 

Experience the history, culture, and adventure that awaits you in St. Andrews by-the-Sea. A premier vacation destination in New Brunswick, St. Andrews offers a myriad of activities on the active waterfront and around town. Enjoy a whale-watching excursion on the Bay of Fundy, shop in the historic downtown to find unique treasures made by local artisans or learn to SCUBA dive with experienced instructors on a fun day trip. With adventures curated for every interest, discover this charming seaside town and begin your journey at The Algonquin Resort.
  • Seascape Kayak Tours Inc at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Seascape Kayak Tours Inc.

    Seascape Kayak Tours Inc., a Canadian leader in adventure tourism, has been offering unique, small-group sea kayaking experiences since 1994. The company has built its reputation on exceptional quality, extensive experience, high safety standards, personalized, friendly service, and a strong commitment to the culture, history and natural environment of each of its areas of operation.

  • St. Andrews Arts Council at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    St. Andrews Arts Council
    Established in 1983 in partnership with the New Brunswick Community College of St. Andrews, St. Andrews Arts Council promotes and encourages appreciation, creation, and performance of the arts for an authentic cultural experience. Everything from music to sculpture, festivals, dance, educational programs, and day activities are provided and supported throughout the year.
  • Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre
    Explore the connections between art and nature at Sunbury Shores and learn how it has played a key role in educating the community about the importance of the arts and our natural environment. The Centre offers excellent studio space, a print shop run by a Master Printmaker, a pottery studio, exhibition gallery and library, and an incredible staff of artists that provide instruction year-round.
  • Water Street Artisans at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Water Street Artisans

    Celebrate the spirit of creation with local artist displays from Canada and across the Maritimes. Take a leisurely stroll through the galleries on Water Street to see handcrafted originals by regional artists including folk art, painted furniture, jewelry, pottery, stained glass, and the largest selection of St. Andrews prints.

  • SurfnSCUBA at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick

    Explore the depths of the ocean floor with scuba diving tours, gear rentals, and certification courses from SurfnSCUBA. With customized services to suit your taste for adventure, SurfnSCUBA offers trips for the novice or experienced diver. Become certified or take an introductory lesson while in St. Andrews.

  • OFF KILTER BIKE TOURS at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Off Kilter Bike Tours

    To satisfy the adrenaline seeker, take off on a mountain bike tour with Kurt of "Off Kilter Bike." Discover the natural history of Passamaquoddy Bay, ride on the ocean floor to Ministers Island, explore the lakes in the Chamcook watershed, or take an epic ride to Grand Manan Island. With options for an easy, moderate or expert ride, this tour satisfies whatever your appetite for exploring.

  • Eastern Outdoors Sea Kayak Tours at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Eastern Outdoors Sea Kayak Tours

    Experience the beauty of the Bay of Fundy on a kayak adventure led by friendly and qualified guides from Eastern Outdoors. Set your eyes on seals, whales, eagles, and other sea birds while at sea. With flexibility for your budget and taste for adventure, choose from 1/2 day, full day, overnight, and multi-day tours from St. Andrews Island.

  • Indian Point at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Indian Point

    Head to the sacred grounds of the Passamaquoddy Nation, located at the tip of the peninsula in St. Andrews.  This well-known native burial ground offers sunrise to sunset views of the Passamaquoddy Bay and Fundy Isles and is the perfect place to explore the diverse inter-tidal zone, so rich in marine life. Plan a day trip to Indian Point to enjoy a picnic, fly a kite or just enjoy the bay views.

  • St. Andrews (Pendlebury) Lighthouse at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    St. Andrews (Pendlebury) Lighthouse
    Built in 1833, Pendlebury Lighthouse has lit the way for hundreds of vessels throughout history. As the oldest remaining mainland lighthouse in New Brunswick, it gets its moniker from the name of the family that tended the light for almost 100 years.
  • Celtic Cross at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Celtic Cross
    Standing tall over the Passamaquoddy Bay, the Celtic Cross is a tribute to the souls buried on Hospital Island. This quarantine station housed hundreds of sick and destitute Irish immigrants between its inception in 1832 and its abandonment 30 years later. The ten-foot Celtic Cross points to this tiny island from Indian Point.
  • Ross Memorial Museum
    Ross Memorial Museum
    Housed in a red brick Georgian mansion built in 1824, the Ross Memorial Museum is one of the town's many historic and architecturally significant buildings. The permanent collection showcases the stunning furniture and decorative arts collection of Henry Phipps and Sarah Juliette Ross, world travellers and eclectic collectors, accompanied by a special exhibit each year.
  • Sheriff Andrews House
    Sheriff Andrews House
    The High Sheriff Elisha Andrews, son of a Loyalist Reverend, built this house in 1820 as a means to reflect his position within the community. A must see, it's a beautiful example of neoclassical architecture that tells of domestic life in the seaport town in the early nineteenth century. Guests of all ages can enjoy interactive tours and displays.
  • St. Andrews Blockhouse at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    St. Andrews Blockhouse
    Step back in time to an era of conflict along New Brunswick's border with the United States and experience the life of soldiers in the province's only surviving blockhouse. At war with our Southern neighbours and fearful of an invasion, townspeople built this blockhouse during the War of 1812.
  • Charlotte County Archives, Court House & Old Gaol
    Charlotte County Archives, Court House & Old Gaol

    A National and Provincial Heritage Site, the County Courthouse is the oldest courthouse still in continuous use. Built in 1840, it is considered one of the finest examples of 19th century architecture in Canada. The ‘Old Gaol' impresses visitors with this harsh view of what life in prison would have been like. Historical tours and evening ghost walks are offered during the summer months.

  • Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium
    Touch and feel real live ocean creatures like sea stars, crabs, and sea urchins without heading under the sea. Committed to the advancement of the marine sciences and the delivery of superior educational experience, this aquarium brings the ocean floor to you with a range of interactive exhibits and activities for all ages.
  • Katy’s Cove at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Katy’s Cove

    Relax and play at the water's edge in the warmest saltwater swimming in the region. Spend the day on the sandy beach and make a splash swimming, building sandcastles, and enjoying the summer fun. With fantastic vistas of Passamaquoddy Bay, Katy's Cove is the perfect summer destination for barbecues, games, beach volleyball, and sand sculpting.

  • Kingsbrae Garden at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Kingsbrae Garden
    Lose yourself in 27-acres of horticultural paradise at Kingsbrae Garden, one of Canada's Top Ten Public Gardens. Wander through the over 50,000 perennials in various themed gardens - and while you're there, don't miss the magnificence of a Dutch windmill, a cedar maze, and the vibrant energy and colours of the Garden's alpacas and peacocks.
  • Picnic Basket at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Picnic Basket

    Take one of our carefully packed picnic baskets and explore the local area, heading to wherever your heart desires. Venture out by foot or Algonquin bike and discover a hidden waterfall or a secluded private beach near our resort to create your own day trip in St. Andrews. 

  • Sport Fishing at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Sport Fishing
    Inhale the fresh salt air aboard St. Andrews' most recommended whale and wildlife adventure tour and sport fishing expedition. Narrated expeditions and hands-on demonstrations let you get up close and personal with the Bay of Fundy - learn about our culture, history and marine wildlife from the experts while experiencing world-class whale and wildlife sightings. You may even catch a shark!
  • Whale Watching at Andrews By the Sea, New Brunswick
    Whale Watching

    Grab the family and head out to sea! Whether you opt to inhale the fresh salt air aboard New Brunswick's most beautiful Tall Ship, a catamaran, or a 24-foot rigid-hulled Zodiac Hurricane, you will voyage past sunning seals, eagles, lighthouses, and the rugged seascapes of the region and majestic whales of the Bay of Fundy.

  • 18 Holes to Heaven at Algonquin resort, Andrews By The Sea
    18 Holes to Heaven
    For over a century, golfers have traveled to The Algonquin to test their skills and take in the views. Our 7,000-yard, par 72 course, designed by renowned course architect Thomas McBroom, will delight and challenge golfers of every level. Enjoy the beautiful vistas and breathtaking scenery, while the unforgettable oceanfront sequence of holes on the back nine will challenge skilled golfers.
  • Golf Warm Up at Algonquin resort, Andrews By The Sea
    Golf Warm Up
    Exercise your skills at our superb practice facilities, a 350-yard driving range, short game area, and putting green, to get you on your game. If you're really keen to practice that putt, warm up with a 9-hole game at Campobello Island the day prior.
  • Dinner & Drinks at The Clubhouse at Algonquin resort, Andrews By The Sea
    Dinner & Drinks at The Clubhouse
    Located on the historic Algonquin Golf Course with stunning views of the sea, the Clubhouse features upscale food and drinks, seasonally. Meet up for happy hour and enjoy a beer or glass of wine or indulge with a steak and lobster dinner. By night, enjoy the elegant atmosphere, ideal for couples, business meetings, and friends.
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