Historical, modern, invigorating, or calming. Each of these Inn’s provide a unique way to experience St. John’s and Eastern Newfoundland matched with the comforts and hospitality Newfoundlanders are known for.

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The Doctor's House Inn & Spa

Set against the backdrop of Trinity Bay, the historic Doctors House is situated on 100 acres of land that includes ocean views, an animal sanctuary and rolling hills for hiking. Though their luxurious linens will make you want to stay in bed all day, this Inn is a paradise for those who love to explore both the rugged countryside and the culinary wealth of the area.

Take a tour of a local micro-brewery or winery during the day and at night settle in for an evening of fine dining at the Secret Garden Restaurant, located in the Doctors House, allowing you to unwind after a day outdoors. Only an hour from St. John’s and yet you will feel a million miles from anywhere.

What others had to say:

“My fiance, his parents, and I all stayed at the Doctor’s House, and we couldn’t have enjoyed ourselves more. The grounds are beautiful, and we spent the first hour of our stay simply exploring and admiring the scenery. If you’re a nature lover, this place is an absolute must.”

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The Inn by Mallard Cottage

Surrounded by craggy cliffs and colourful fishing sheds, The Inn by Mallard Cottage is the idyllic place to escape and unwind. Take a hike along the East Coast trail up to Signal Hill in the day, then cozy up for a relaxed and refined dining experience at one of Canada’s Top 100 restaurants, The Mallard Cottage, which is conveniently located next door.

Situated only 10 minutes from downtown St. John’s, The Inn by Mallard Cottage will make you feel like you are hours away – transporting you to the quaint and picturesque fishing village of Quidi Vidi.

What others had to say:

“The building is an 18th century Irish style cottage that it has been recognized as a national historic site of Canada, as being one of the oldest wooden building in North America. Need I say more? The rooms are marvellous, large and fantastic view. There is a great restaurant just outside by the same owners which also you need to visit for a great food experience.”

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Rose Manor Inn

At Rose Manor Inn elegance is closer than you think. Imagine the grand seduction of a 19th century 4.5 star Inn, nestled away in Newfoundlands oldest and most historic harbours. Let the sound of the crashing waves lull you to sleep in their luxurious ocean view suites and wake to the custom gourmet breakfasts.

Located less than an hour from St. John’s in Harbour Grace, along the Baccalieu Trail, you can explore the region and its local micro breweries or indulge at their Victorian High Tea Experience. Voted one of the most romantic getaways in Newfoundland & Labrador by Reader’s Digest, the Rose Manor Inn is the idyllic place to unwind with your loved one.

What others had to say:

“My wife and I have stayed at Rose Manor enough times that we’ve become “regulars.” We keep returning for a couple of simple reasons: it is a gorgeous historic B&B, the operators (Erika and her son Chef Tanner) are nothing short of excellent, and their standards are amongst the highest I’ve encountered. Highly recommended”

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Leaside Manor Suites & Apartments

Every luxurious suite at Leaside Manor possesses its own unique personality. From its distinctive architectural characteristics to the flourishes of contemporary style and décor, Leaside Manor provides all the right diversions to ensure that you escape the everyday.

Located on 2.5 acres of mature trees and gardens in the West end of St. John’s, you will have all of the conveniences of being close to the Capital while still feeling the retreat of the serene Waterford valley.

What others had to say:

“Leaside Manor is a beautiful step back in time.The staff are friendly, the house was gorgeous, the room was everything we could wish for. Private entrance let us come and go easily as we pleased, jacuzzi was fantastic, private kitchenette, and access to the beautiful house to explore was great. While we are from St. John’s, it felt like we were in a different time and place. We loved it.”

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Fogo Island Inn

Fogo Island Inn provides both the feeling of unity and the luxury of solitude, all colourfully swaddled in a handmade quilt. Situated at the edge of the North Atlantic, or as some people refer to as one of the four corners of the earth, Fogo Island Inn is located on an island off of an island.

Built on the principles of sustainability and respect for nature and culture, the Inn belongs to the community. All 29 suites offer floor-to-ceiling windows, opening onto the most powerful ocean on the planet and are furnished with handmade luxuries.

What others had to say:

“From the décor of our room to the farm to table food in the dining room grown locally, from walking and driving tours of the island coordinated by the staff to the daily visits in the lobby by Make and Break, two large Newfoundland dogs, we became immersed in the culture of the island. Guests and staff, and guests and guests began to feel like family. Staying at the Fogo Island Inn was an extraordinary and unforgettable experience.”

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The Guv'nor Inn & Pub

A celebration of rich English traditions paired with an old-world experience, The Guv’nor Inn is steeped in history and offers distinctive character and comfort. Centrally located near Memorial University of Newfoundland, Arts and Culture Centre, Confederation Building, and historic downtown St. John’s, The Guv’nor exceed the expectations of today’s thrifty traveler in comfort and value.

The thoughtful amenities includes easy access to the adjoining Guv’nor Pub which means you are never far from a pint or a delicious meal.

What others had to say:

“We stayed in the Sweeney Suite for a few days and absolutely loved every minute. We were very impressed with the atmosphere and decor of our room as soon as we walked in. The staff at the pub were always so friendly and welcoming every time we went down to have a meal. It all made for a very special and romantic few days. We will definitely stay here again and recommend it to our family and friends.”

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A Schooner Inn

After a wonderful day of exploring, imagine yourself unwinding at the charming, historic, 4 ½ star, seaside Inn. Their beautiful heritage accommodations allow you to drift off to the soothing sounds of the ocean. In the morning you will awake to the aroma of home baked blueberry scones that you can enjoy at the Captain’s table or on the ocean front veranda.

Located just 30 minutes outside of Downtown St. John’s, A Schooner Inn allows you to enjoy the town and the bay, where you can go whale watching and visit seabird sanctuaries.

What others had to say:

“Our first time to Newfoundland & Labrador and Colette, our hostess of A Schooner Inn, made us feel like we were long lost relations. We immediately felt at home and our every need was met beautifully. We had the lovely Captains Room and breakfast the next morning was beyond our expectations.”

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Georgestown Inn

Situated in a Heritage designated area of St. John’s, the Georgestown Inn affords the opportunity to cast your net to award winning eateries & cafés, concert venues, whale & iceberg watching tours, great music, shopping, and the harbourfront of the oldest City in North America!

This restored historic Edwardian home offers a glimpse through colourful stained glass into one of St. John’s oldest neighbourhoods offering all the comforts of home.

What others had to say:

“The owners have put so much thought and care into this beautiful Inn! They will make you feel like family with wonderful hospitality.”

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Published: April 23, 2019