Au Cachet Acadien

Listed in Shediac Bed and Breakfasts.

The home was built in 1912 as a summer home to Senator John McDonald, his wife and 5 children who originated from Nova Scotia. The Poirier’s made this historical house their home in the late 1980’s and have enjoyed its quirks and charm ever since.

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Au Cachet Acadien
401 rue Main Street,
Shediac,
New Brunswick,
Canada,
E4P 2B6

Telephone: (+001) 505-532-2681

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Au Cachet Acadien may be a suitable property if you are looking to stay near Pointe-du-Chene, Shediac Cape, Shediac Bridge, Grand-Barachois, Barachois, Grande-Digue, Cocagne, Irishtown, Cap-Pele or Dieppe.