Pleasant-View has been updated but not renovated.  The features and furnishing are typical of a 1950’s country home which it was when the inn closed its door to daily business.  The bedrooms are sparsely furnished and simply decorated.  

We have just oppened rooms that we call the Red Boat Club for Fine Dining with Chef Job Burns offering prix fix dining and other catered events.

When Pleasant-View was a travelers’ hotel beginning in the 1800’s, men got get off the riverboat, took a room for the night, ate breakfast in the morning, rented a horse and cart from the livery stable and rode off into the countryside.  They returned a day or two later for supper and a bed before taking the paddle wheeler back to the city of Saint John.  In the early 20th century, the inn was expanded to house lumber mill workers and for the spring log drive down the Belleisle.  Today, Pleasant-View is a work in progress offering 10 bedrooms for guests who want to experience the beauty of rural New Brunswick in any season.

In the 1980’s, the inn was used as a summer home until it was purchased in 2000, winterized, insulated with new windows, furnace and plumbing.  It has been used as a year round residence and recently become available Travellers and work Crews.  

The type of overnight accommodation is that of a hostel.   there is a kitchen to DIY. There are dining areas and verandas available for the preparation of food and the pleasure of dining.  A dishwasher and refrigerator as well as gas stove, barbecue and microwave are available.

As indicated, work crews are welcome and accommodation is available according to their requirements.  We have successfully housed drillers as well as linemen, geologists and surveyors.

There is internet and  Cell phone reception. Parking is available on Hatfield Pt. Loop. Bikes, paddles, etc. may be stored in the garage.  There is absolutely no smoking in the house, veranda or on the property and no pets are accommodated.

Nine Bedrooms are available:

Floor 2 



Bedroom 6 Double



Bedroom 5 Double

Bedroom 2 Double (Small Room)

Bedroom 3 Double (Small Room)

Bedroom 4 Double 


Floor 3



Bedroom 14 Double

Bedroom 8 Single (Alternate)


Bedroom 13 Double

Bedroom 9 Bunk bed with possible 3rd cot (Alternate)

Bedroom 10 Double (Small Room)

Bedroom 11 Double

Doubles are suitable for two. The beds may be standard doubles or queen-size.  Cots or cribs ( which guests supply)  may be placed in any double room also.  Singles may be ¾ beds or single-size.

Each room has pillows, sheets and blankets. These items are changed at the end of a stay.  Additional linen and towels are available.  All rooms have hanging pegs for clothes; only a few have dressers. Each room has an overhead light and at least one electrical outlet.  There is no air conditioning, though fans operate on each floor. No doors lock and due to the plaster walls, not ideal for honeymooners.  We are not responsible for any losses incurred during your stay.

The water system for Pleasant-View is a well and septic system. Please be advised that water is to be used sparingly, with showers limited to less 5 minutes.  There are four bathrooms, three with showers. A washer and dryer and extra fridge are located in the back shed off the kitchen.

Rates: (October 31, 2017)

The rate is per person, not per room is $35.00 per night including taxes and a light breakfast.    Children  under 5 in cots/cribs no cost.

 Must be booked in advance by email: or cell  506 608 1503.  Also see # 69166. Also

 Crews, events, long term stays or anything else interesting may be negotiated. 

 Note: Pleasant-View was originally written: Pleasantview and Hatfield Point was originally Sprague's Point or Spragg's Point.