Join us for a peaceful, relaxing time in our beautiful 200-year-old ancestral home on 138 ha (340 acres), part of a land grant given to the Pecks in 1765 by King George III. With the original refinished pine floors, plaster mouldings, hand-hooked rugs and antique furnishings, it is a step back in time. Take a stroll through our spectacular gardens and spacious lawns which overlook the Bay of Fundy.Enjoy a wonderful home-cooked breakfast, including our own maple syrup on wild-blueberry pancakes, farm-fresh eggs, homemade muffins, jams and multi-grain bread in our lovely dining room. A warm welcome awaits you.We also sell strawberries, raspberries and wild blueberries in season, as well as garden produce.“Your warmth and hospitality were amazing. Thank you for sharing the history of the region and the Peck family. I believe your home, generosity and fabulous home-cooked food are an important part of any authentic Atlantic experience!” (From our Guest Book.)
We look forward to welcoming you. Please refer to public health guidelines before planning your trip to New Brunswick.