Within the walls of this warm and historic Gothic revival house, you will be transported to a time where princesses danced and presidents were entertained. A Fredericton landmark, Quartermain House was home to Thomas Harrison in 1870 (the first New Brunswick-born president of the University of New Brunswick) and later the Honourable John B. McNair, New Brunswick Premier and Lieutenant-Governor.
Today, Quartermain House carries on a tradition of warmly welcoming and entertaining visitors.
The house is open to guests year-round, offering 3 exquisitely appointed rooms, free Wi-Fi, ensuite and private luxurious baths and delicious full breakfasts served in the stunning Tilley Dining Room. Enjoy views of the beautiful St. John River from the lounge, front porch or upstairs foyer. Relax in the charming gardens on a warm summer evening or curl up by the fire in the cosy library with a selection from the extensive book collection.
Quartermain House B&B is located on a scenic riverside trail that is excellent for walking, biking and sightseeing. A ten-minute stroll will bring you to picturesque downtown Fredericton, passing by local attractions such as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Christ Church Cathedral and Gallery 78 along the way.