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:

Norman's Cove Cottage

Photograph of Norman's Cove Cottage, Norman's Cove

Approx 1km away in Norman's Cove:

Our ocean side executive cottage has 2 bedrooms, the master with queen size bed and ensuite, and the second bedroom with twin beds.

192 Main Street
Norman's Cove, Newfoundland
A0B 2T0


The Humberview Bed & Breakfast

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Photograph of The Humberview Bed & Breakfast, Deer Lake

Approx 1km away in Deer Lake:

The Humberview Bed and Breakfast is is the perfect starting point for your adventures in western Newfoundland. We are located near the crossroads of the Viking Trail to Gros Morne National Park and the Great Northern Peninsula, and just down the road from a major airport.

11 Humberview Drive
Deer Lake, Newfoundland
A0K2E0
"What a spectacular place and awesome hosts! Irene and Bronson are so friendly (typical of all Newfoundlanders we met). They even packed us a "brown bag" breakfast the morning we left."

Paradise Bed and Breakfast

Photograph of Paradise Bed and Breakfast, Twillingate

Approx 1km away in Twillingate:

Paradise B&B is located in the community of Twillingate on the Northeast coast of Newfoundland. Our beautiful B&B provides an excellent base for exploring the outstanding history, culture, and nature of Notre Dame Bay.

192 Main Street
Twillingate, Newfoundland
A0G 4M0

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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