Bed & Breakfast
A little about the B&B
This home was originally the residence of Judson Cleveland, owner of the lumber mill on the upper Salmon River in Alma. When the mill caught fire in 1926, most homes and other buildings in the village quickly burned down. The very next year, though, Mr. Cleveland rebuilt almost from scratch -- the living room mantel is the only surviving part of the original home.
For many years after Mr. Cleveland's time, the home helped to house seasonal workers after Fundy National Park first opened.
Today, it's a historic residence full of art and stories, a cozy retreat for travellers, and serves gourmet meals unique in the province.
The house has been in the family since the 1970s. These days, your hostess is Jane Chrysostom, whose roots in the area go back to 1849. She will be very pleased to make your stay a comfortable and memorable one!
Rooms and Rates
Rates are $185 per night. There's no tax.
Single, Double, or Twin beds available: see pictures and descriptions of our rooms.
Includes (of course) a full homemade breakfast. Here are some examples of breakfasts our guests have enjoyed.
Please note we have a 15-day cancellation policy.
Special Packages / Seasonal Offers
See our Packages page for some of these for every season.