Glamping in Canada13/08/2013
Get Your Glamp On For The First Time In New Brunswick, Canada
Love the outdoors but hate the idea of roughing it?
Visitors to the south of the Atlantic Canadian province of New Brunswick can now enjoy ‘glamping’ for the first time thanks to brand new ‘Dream Domes’ introduced at Ridgeback Lodge.
Located on the Kingston Peninsula, overlooking Kingston Creek, Belleisle Bay and Saint John River, each ‘Dome’ boasts a king size bed, luxurious bathroom, small kitchenette, as well as a barbeque and private wood-fired Japanese hot tub.
The unique structures are fitted with huge bay windows with stunning views overlooking the surrounding forest and Ridgeback Lodge’s 185-acre grounds.
A rural area, the Kingston Peninsula is best known for its nature with lots of hiking, wildlife, birds, lakes, waterfalls and beaches.
Prices start from $145 (approx. £90) +13% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) per night. A two night minimum stay is required. For further details or to make a booking visit www.ridgebacklodge.com