Directions

Home  >>  Index  >>  Rooms  >>  Directions

The best idea is to pick up a tourist map at any tourist office.
We are located on the ocean about 20 minutes north of Shediac,
50 minutes south of Mirimachi, 40 minutes north-east of Moncton and
a short 2 kilometres from the centre of Bouctouche.


Directions

 

From Fredericton:

Take Highway 2 to Moncton. Continue on Highway 2 bypassing Moncton and take exit #467 onto highway 15 (East) heading towards Shediac. Continue
on 15 for approx. 20 kilometres.  At the intersection with Highway 11, take the second exit ramp (Exit 31 B), heading North in the direction of Miramichi.
Continue on highway 11 North for about 30 kilometres to Bouctouche. It is well-signed (we have a major tourist attraction here – Le Pays de la Sagouine).
Get off at  Exit 32 A . At the top of the exit ramp, turn right and continue straight through town. Further directions after the **.

 

From Moncton:

Take Highway 15 East towards Shediac. At the intersection with Highway 11 North, take the second exit ramp (Exit 31 B), heading in the direction of Miramichi.
Continue North on highway 11 for about 30 kilometres. Bouctouche is well-signed (we have a major tourist attraction here – Le Pays de la Sagouine) and
is Exit 32 A off of Highway 11. At the top of the exit ramp, turn right at the stop and continue straight through town.
Further directions after the **.

 

From Miramichi or Richibucto:

Follow Highway 11 south to Exit 32B-A. At the top of the exit ramp (there is a Tim Horton’s ) turn left to follow the main street through town.
Further directions after the **.


 

** Continue straight through town and past the large Catholic Church.

Near the end of town, the road forks sharply to the left (becoming Route 134). Do not take this turn but continue straight ahead, following signs to the
Musée de Kent and the Eco-centre Irving. You will now be on Chemin du Couvent. We are about  1.7 kilometres up the hill. You will pass the RCMP station
and see a large church-like building on your right.  This is the museum.  Just after the museum the road turns sharply to the left. Rather than turn left continue
straight into our driveway.  We are set back a bit from the road, but there is a large sign out front with three flag poles behind it.  Both the Auberge and
the museum are large white wooden buildings.