This bright yellow beauty is a quaint boutique hotel located in the village of Riverside-Albert, in New Brunswick, Canada.
The Maplegrove Inn is housed in a darling historic home which dates back to 1854.
The country Inn has five guest bedrooms and several outbuildings for the enjoyment of guests.
House Crazy Sarah happened across this cutie by chance and was struck by the Canada flag decorations – her being a nostalgic Canadian at heart.
Have a look inside this historic dwelling…
Love the old wallpaper… it sure beats grey walls!
The Inn is comfortably decorated with antique finds and folksy artwork.
There are many inviting areas for guests to unwind and relax…
And to help with that relaxation, no children under the age of five are allowed!
House Crazy Sarah thinks the rule should be no younglings under the age of 18, but, oh well.
The Maplegrove Inn serves a full breakfast every morning, and also offers an evening dinner service featuring local seafood and produce.
Have a look upstairs…
The guest rooms are quite spacious.
One of the baths with a vintage sink and claw foot tub…
The structure of the Inn has a main section with 2 parallel ells jutting out to make this sweet little courtyard area:
There is also a blue and red barn on the picturesque property.
And look – a chicken coop that matches the main house!
Below you can see older photos of the home before it was painted the distinctive egg-yolk yellow:
The yellow really makes the old gal POP!
Indeed, the exterior makes a bold & happy statement, no matter the season.
In fact, it looks quite stunning against the snow and winter blue sky…
Since the Inn is located in a maple grove (its namesake), the owners tap the maple trees every year for sap to make maple syrup.
There’s nothing like homemade Canadian maple syrup – take it from House Crazy Sarah who used to help make it when she was growing up in rural Canada!
If you are looking to experience a quaint slice of maritime Canada…
…put the Maplegrove Inn on your future travel list!