Places to stay in Portland Creek, Newfoundland
We currently have 2 accommodations in and around Portland Creek with other regional listings available for RV parks, B&B's, Motor Inns, Hotels and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:
The name of the community comes from the nearby Portland Hill. The hill was named so by Captain James Cook for its resemblance to Portland Bill on the Dorset coast of England.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Portland Creek is located close to Broom Point, Crossing Place Pond, Partridge Berry Barrens, Lake Michel and Rocky Pond.
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The first settlers of the community were believed to be Alain Offery of Brittany and Frank L'Abbe and his wife Bettiah House. The first census was taken in 1857 and showed a population of 27. After 1900 new settlers came to the area for the lobster fishery. During this time, Angus Wentzell came to the area to set up a lobster factory. Most residents relied on the fishery for their income and supplemented it with some farming and woods work.
Other local Portland Creek information.
- Longitude: -57°36'52.92
- Latitude: 50°9'42.12
- Portland Creek, Newfoundland and Labrador
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