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We had a warm and welcoming reception and all our needs were accommodated. The hosts Karen and Chris are very genuine and professional. We enjoyed our dining experience as well for dinner and breakfast.
The room was spacious; bed was super comfortable; handy area with...More
Response from RoundDa B, Owner at Round Da Bay InnResponded 9 October 2018
Thanks so much for your review. We're really glad you enjoyed your stay with us, and especially glad you found the "Where to Go" cards helpful in sight seeing around our area! There are lots of things to see, we'd love to have you for...More
The rooms are amazing, the people are awesome! There is nothing that is too much trouble for anyone to do. We asked about blueberry picking, not only did they tell us where we would get a good haul, they provided containers for us. We stayed...More
Thank Patricia M
Response from RoundDa B, Owner at Round Da Bay InnResponded 19 September 2018
It feels like part of the family coming home for a visit now when you arrive! We're so glad you feel at home here; thanks so much for your lovely comments.
We stayed here on July 22, 23/18. This is on the west side of the Bonavista Peninsula and so often might be missed when a lot of tourist traffic heads for Trinity. We have toured the peninsula before and were glad that we decided to...More
We stayed with Karen and Chris back when they first opened in 2013. Our second visit to Newfoundland (Sept 2018) we spent 4 days with Karen, Chris and Team at the Inn in Plate Cove West. We said it was a Diamond in the rough...More
Response from RoundDa B, Owner at Round Da Bay InnResponded 14 September 2018
It was so nice to have you back to visit again, and to see the changes through your eyes. We're happy to be at the final stages now, the landscaping! It was so nice to see you, and to see smiling faces at the corner...More
We had no idea what to expect and then walking into this place was just so amazing. The kitchen had just closed but they made us dinner anyway (it was 7:20pm) and were not rushed at all, stopping to have nice conversations with us and...More
Thank Corey P
Response from RoundDa B, Owner at Round Da Bay InnResponded 4 September 2018
Thanks for your great review, we really appreciate that! And we're so glad you loved Tickle Cove; there's nothing quite like it. It's one of our favorite hidden treasures on Bonavista Peninsula.
Response from RoundDa B | Property representative |
Hi! As of today, all of our rooms are available on Sept 16 & 17/16 except Bayman's Cove and Captain's Quarters. We have 6 rooms which have 2 double or queen beds, as well as Log Cabin with a double bed and bunk beds. Each... More
Hi! As of today, all of our rooms are available on Sept 16 & 17/16 except Bayman's Cove and Captain's Quarters. We have 6 rooms which have 2 double or queen beds, as well as Log Cabin with a double bed and bunk beds. Each of those rooms has a Breakfast Nook with a coffee machine, kettle, toaster and small fridge; they're $120/night. We also have lots of single rooms available at $110/night. You might want to have a look at the rooms on our website to see what would suit your family best.
We're about 35 minutes from Skerwink Trail. King's Cove Lighthouse Trail is another beautiful hike; it's just 15 minutes from the inn and takes you along the scenic ocean side. There are lots of great small hikes in the area too (Rattle Falls, 15 min away, The Arches in Tickle Cove, about 20 minutes from here). There are boat tours of the area available each day, complete with waterproof suits so you can tour whatever the weather. There are also so many interesting historic places to visit on our peninsula - The Ryan Premises, The Matthew and others in Bonavista, Random Passage in New Bonaventure, Port Rexton, The Sealers Memorial in Elliston. There is also wonderful talent available at Rising Tide Theatre in Trinity (35 minutes away), in English Harbour, Garrick Theatre, lots of talented local artists. We've tried to sum up all the treasures in our area in our "Where to Go" cards, just to make sure you don't miss anything.
If you have any specific interests, just let us know! We'd be happy to help in any way.