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
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Approx 1km away in Holyrood:
The Beachview Motel offers travellers one and two bedroom efficiency units overlooking beautiful Holyrood Harbour and Marina. It is centrally located for hiking, golfing, restaurants and nature walks.
Approx 2km away in Rocky Harbour:
Elderberry Cottage is a private, fully equipped rental cottage with 2 bedrooms in Rocky Harbour in the heart of Gros Morne National Park. The cottage has been recently renovated inside and has a yard and deck.
Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland
Approx 3km away in St. John's:
Ramada's "Best of 2010" Hotel Award Winner. This hotel has been recognized for demonstrating high levels of excellence in every facet of the hotel. Perfectly located in the heart of the OLeary business district and minutes from St.
St. John's, Newfoundland
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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.