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A wonderful character home. This 1892 home is absolutely beautiful. Our room, on the main floor, was royal. Twelve foot ceilings with original beams and fireplace. Gorgeous antique furniture. Eileen and Howard were helpful, pleasant hosts. The arrival was well organized and the breakfasts delicious....More
This B & B has a great location in St. John's. Walking distance to most tourist attractions. Hosts Eileen and Howard provided a most wonderful B & B experience. Beautifully appointed , exceptionally clean rooms. We stayed in room near back of house on second...More
A group of eight of us spent three nights in the Banberry B & B last week. I highly recommend Banberry. It is a beautiful place and well located. The hosts, Eileen and Howard, are extremely friendly and concerned with making the stay a pleasure....More
Just stayed here for three nights. The house is beautiful, and so much character. Loved the stain glass windows everywhere. Our room was on the first floor and was very quiet and comfortable. It is also within easy walking distance of George and Water Streets...More
We loved staying at Eileen and Howard's place and meeting the other guests. Made for some interesting conversations. The hosts are wonderful warm people and we really liked them a lot.
The room was nice and you get your choice of breakfast. The only thing...More
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I imagine you could ask for a specific room--just ask. We stayed in two different rooms (One when we first arrived in St John's, the second when we're were ending our trip and returning home.) They were pretty equal--and... More
I imagine you could ask for a specific room--just ask. We stayed in two different rooms (One when we first arrived in St John's, the second when we're were ending our trip and returning home.) They were pretty equal--and both great, so maybe there's not so much difference between rooms.
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"We were in room #4 facing the street. The street was busy and noisy at times from the cars."