Newfoundland Accommodation and lodging listings

Exploring Newfoundland brings you closer to your true self. This is a big place with a lot to see and do, so take your time. Hike the rugged coast where whales frolic at your feet, dance jigs and reels, eat food with funny-sounding names, gaze at a glacier-carved fjord, spot icebergs and then rest in the orange silence of an autumn forest as you listen for moose.

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Major Newfoundland destinations:

St. John's Corner Brook Rocky Harbour Twillingate Trinity

Todays featured Newfoundland accommodations:

Gateway to the North RV Park

Photograph of Gateway to the North RV Park, Deer Lake

Approx 1km away in Deer Lake:

Situated on 13 acres on the Banks of the beautiful Humber River. Hext to Newfoundland Insectarioum. 56 spacious campsites, 50 AMP. High Speed Wireless Internet. Heated Showers, Laundry. Firewood, Kitchen shelter, Fishing, Canoe Rentals.

31 Rocky Brook Road, Reidville
Deer Lake, Newfoundland
A8A 2ZA


The Eriksen Premises

Photograph of The Eriksen Premises, Trinity

Approx 1km away in Trinity:

The Eriksen Premises is a merchant's home and general store that was built in the late 1800's and restored in 1993.

West Street
Trinity, Newfoundland
A0C 2S0

Humber Valley Resort

Photograph of Humber Valley Resort, Humber Valley

Approx 33km away in Humber Valley:

Positioned in the natural playground of Western Newfoundland, Canada, Humber Valley Resort is truly a resort for all seasons. Our luxury resort chalets pamper guests with relaxing comfort when they step in from skiing, snowmobiling, canoeing, angling or simply enjoying their surroundings.

Humber Valley Resort
Humber Valley, Newfoundland
A2H 2N2

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

It is the place where land, water and sky embrace like old friends. At the edge of North America there is adventure as big as the sky, a land old as time, and people who make you feel like you've known them all your life. Getting here is half the fun with modern ferry service from Cape Breton Island and Atlantic Canada to the ports of Argentia and Port aux Basques.

Whether you are here for the sedate or the pulse-pounding, there's a rhythm for you. Where else can you experience the old world and the new, visit the past, present, and future in the same day? And, at the end of that day say, yes, this was the finest hour. Until tomorrow.

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