The third-floor suite is the “Landry Suite,” named after another one of many prominent early Dorchester residents, Sir Pierre-Amand Landry. He is the son of Amand Landry, the first Acadian member of the New Brunswick legislative assembly. Pierre was the first Acadian Cabinet Minister in the province. He studied law with another famous Dorchester resident and contributor to Confederation, Albert J. Smith.
This suite also includes a generous sitting area with a view of Shepody Mountain, and the Bay of Fundy. One of the features of the room is a restored coal burning stove from the mid1800s. This has been brought back to its original condition with a realistic insert that mimics the ambiance of its original use and provides heat. The ensuite also includes one of our most sought-after elegant features: a large period-styled claw foot soaker tub. As always the other amenities include heated ceramic tile floors and a modern glass and ceramic walled walk-in shower, with a rain fall shower head.
For your added convenience the room also has its own fridge with complimentary bottled water, and a coffee/tea station with a wide variety of choices