Lang House Bed and Breakfast

Lang House Bed and Breakfast


Hotels / Motels / Lodging

About Us

Lang House Bed and Breakfast is owned by Marian and Bruce Langhus who moved from the oil fields of North Dakota to the Village of Gagetown in the Summer of 2015. For Marian it was a homecoming as she was born in the house when it was a midwife's house. 183 babies were born there and she was number 43!
The bed and breakfast has six guest rooms with each one decorated in a different historical theme. Bruce makes an enjoyable and wholesome breakfast with specialties such as fiddlehead quiche on a potato crust and oatmeal scones with local fruit or berries. Marian makes a multigrain bread served with a black currant jam made locally.
Open year round, Lang House can also serve boarders for extended periods. In the spring of 2017, quarry men working in Hampstead stayed for almost three months.
The location of Lang House is ideal for boaters staying at the Gagetown Marina or sledders if the winter cooperates. Tourists following the Saint John River find the Village of Gagetown a beautiful place to visit historical museums, a craft store, a gallery and gift shop, a ''Treasures'' shop and a choice of three places to eat. Travelers on their way to Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island a haven to stop and stay.
For people searching their ancestry, the Court House and Sir Leonard Tilley Museums are helpful resources. What people don't realize is that our region has many productive farms and orchards. In the fall, families and school children visit the apple orchards near the village. Come for a visit and sample baked goods from two local bakeries at the Apple Tree Market on Front St.!

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  • Six-room bed and breakfast on the Gagetown Marina
  • Open year round - Owner operated
  • Welcomes groups of up to 10 guests for weekend stays
  • Meeting space for groups of 26 with four tables for groups
  • Destination for antique quilt enthusiasts - sales of quilts, tops, and quilt kits (1930s materials)


Lang House BnB October 2017
Bruce and Marian Langhus at Lang House
Pinkies: Hand made quilts from the late 1800s.
Breakfasts for up to 12 guests!
Farm to Table; Fresh and local foods.
Baked ham, twice smoked hardwood.
Bruce carved this mask out of white ash.
Hot, cheesy, bubbly quiche nestled in a potato crust.
Captain's Room with antique quilt - LaMoyne Star.
Lang House is open in the winter. Plan a retreat!
A "Hexi" wool quilt made in Amish-like fashioned.
Bruce, the man in the kitchen! What a cook!
Star Burst Quilt Top from the late 1800s.
Writer's Room with Lois and Clark quilt (rare)
Marian and her antique quilts!
Christmas in the Village - Marian and Bruce
Quilts on a clothesline
Lang House Reflected in Gagetown Creek
King sized bed with quilt top for sale.
Gagetown Creek flows into the Saint John River.

Rep/Contact Info

Bruce Langhus
Marian Langhus
Owner and Operator