Welcome to the Renovated Comfort Inn Campbellton! A great choice for Campbellton hotels
A New Level of Comfort
When you stay at the Campbellton Comfort Inn you are giving your business to a smoke free hotel. In your room you will be able to enjoy a coffee maker, complimentary internet access local calls for free and a weekday newspaper delivered to you. You will also have access to a hairdryer and an iron and ironing board, microwaves and mini fridges, in addition to the 32' LCD TV in your room. As a guest of the hotel you can also enjoy a free breakfast every morning during your stay.
If you are visiting from outside of Canada you will be able to exchange your currency at the hotel. For any business needs you might have you will have access to an Internet connected computer as well as a fax machine.
While you are staying at the Campbellton Comfort Inn you can explore nearby attractions such as the Theater Restigouche and the Galerie Restigouche. For an educational experience be sure to check out the Campbellton Centennial Library.
You also have the option of participating in sports activities with the Campbellton Curling Club and the Memorial Civic Center nearby as well as Sugarloaf Mountain, which is the best place in the area to take your family skiing. Other entertainment options near the hotel include the Campbellton Lighthouse Hostel, Restigouche River and various shopping complexes where you can obtain unique Canada souvenirs.
Campbellton is the entry point to Atlantic Canada set amid the Appalachians one of the world's oldest mountain ranges which allows for a spectacular view at any time of the year.
A stroll along the City's waterfront is highlighted by Restigouche Sam, the "World's largest Salmon" ~28 foot (8.5 m) tall Atlantic Salmon - a shiny, larger-than-life stainless steel sculpture presiding over his own pool and waterfalls. Hardly a visitor leaves without stopping to grab his picture.
There is a Provincial Visitor Information Centre, a water park, gift shop, kiosks that display local crafts and assorted souvenirs and one of Atlantic Canada's most complete recreational facility, the Regional Memorial Civic Centre