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Anderson House

The historic Anderson House is located on the Upper Campus, overlooking the world renowned Algonquin Golf Course, and features a breathtaking view of Passamaquoddy Bay. Anderson House is an excellent retreat destination with 20 executive style rooms with very comfortable queen-size beds and en suite bath that makes you feel at home.

Originally built 1928 as a palatial summer home for Sir Thomas Tait of the Canadian Pacific Railway by famed Montreal architects, Edward and William Maxwell, Anderson House remains one of their only publically accessible designs. Anderson House welcomes guests to enjoy a well appointed shared living room, dining room, flagstone terrace and catered meals with other residents. Staying here is a very different experience from your typical accommodations: a beautiful home located at a marine research facility with a Bay of Fundy themed Aquarium, and access to life-enriching, marine-experience itineraries.

As we are all about connecting with nature and each other, don’t expect a television in your room. We do have wireless internet though so you are not totally disconnected, if you so desire.

Needler Hall

A dormitory, youth hostel style residence that offers 19 rooms with bunk style beds, separate shared washroom and laundry facilities, and wireless internet. Perfect for student groups, youth travelers, or the outdoor adventurer who is busy all day, and needs to a no-frills place to crash at night.


Scott House

Newly renovated five-bedroom house with two double bedrooms and three singles, living room, kitchen, and two bathrooms.

South Hall

Lower South Hall – contains two bedrooms with a single bed in each.

Upper South Hall – contains two bedrooms with a single bed in each.

Moon Cottage

Lower Moon – contains three bedrooms with one bunk style bed in each.

Upper Moon – contains two bedrooms with one bunk style bed and one single bed in each.

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