We offer one night stays! Enjoy stunning panoramic sunset views of the beautiful Belleisle Bay in the Star Dome; situated in a natural meadow near the lodge building. The Star Dome provides a unique experience year round with propane fireplace, and a clear roof for star gazing. The outdoor viewing deck includes a kitchen with all utensils/ hot sink, hot shower, toilet and BBQ. Round out your relaxation with our Finnish wood-stove sauna (cold tub seasonal) at $50 per hour.
During the summer season (May 1 - Oct 31) all amenities are available on outdoor deck, including a hot shower/ sink, kitchen with all utensils, fridge, toilet, BBQ with hot plate and fire pit.
During the winter season (Nov 1 - April 30) the deck is closed thus offering a "Dry Camping" winter experience - We suggest that guests bring water and prepared food but a BBQ and gas stove are provided on the deck for those wanting to cook; an RV toilet is provided inside for guests.
Free parking is located within 50 ft of the Star Dome - the ground is level for easy access.
I am on the property if there are any requests but I also respect guest's privacy. I am simply there to ensure guests are comfortable and all is in order and can be reached in a timely manner when needed.
Located just above Bate's Landing at the Belleisle Ferry, the Belleisle Bayview Retreat is perfectly situated at the cross roads on the bay.
Guests should bring bicycles, motorcycles, kayaks or boats as the bay below has boat access for those loving the water as well as beautiful country riding around the bay.
LGBTQ+ and cannabis friendly - all guests are welcome!
Parking & facilities
Bathroom & laundry
Bed linen, Essentials , Shower
Heating & cooling
Fireplace , Heating available
Kitchen & dining
Coffee machine, Cooking utensils , Kitchen stove
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit, Safe , Smoke Detector
Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Situated almost smack dab in the middle of the Saint John, Fredericton and Moncton triangle - the "Belleisle Bayview Retreat" is perfectly situated to access many great holiday destinations in Southern New Brunswick. Guests can drive up from Saint John and exit at Hampton or take the Kingston Peninsula route via the Gondola Point Ferry.
Moncton and Fredericton drivers can reach the "BBR" via Cambridge Narrow/ Jemseg exit in the trans Canada or, if coming from Moncton exit at Norton or Hampton and head towards the Belleisle Ferry at Long Point.
A beautiful drive either way, the Saint John river valley from Sussex south is one of the most beautiful geographical features in New Brunswick. Don't miss how special New Brunswick is, a real gem!