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We stayed here in late July . We came in early and Lyn was kind enough to let us pick our room and leave our luggage.
We were taking in the many sights in the area and the location was great for us.
Despite the outside appearance of the lodge ( it is undergoing upgrades) , the inside was charming , & very clean ! The owner was very attentive and allowed us to arrive earlier than planned and leave our luggage and freshen up before we journeyed...More
I saw a review titled "The Shining meets National Lampoon" and the Shining part was our first thought when we arrived.
A house on top of a pile of rocks out in the middle of nowhere.
We arrived after 4 p.m. and had a reservation...More
1 Thank Michelle L
Response from SMITCHELL60763, Public Relations Manager at Wildberry Country LodgeResponded 12 July 2018
Hi Michelle, Lyn says hello and thank you for staying at his place. You are welcome back with gratitude an gratefulness for choosing to stay. He is the manager and owner and takes pride in how most of his guests love Wildberry 'on the pile...More
The owner, Lynn, is an eccentric but lovable and good-hearted person. His mother handles the reservations. The rooms are pretty basic but have the necessities. If he has time, Lynn will fix just about whatever breakfast you want. It’s more like staying at your long...More
Well, the room was clean. The breakfast (self-serve) was ample (in fact, there was food enough for 20, although there were no more than 6 guests).
On the other hand: the owner/operator is found only by repeatedly pushing the doorbell duct-taped to the desk, or...More
3 Thank centralNFLD
Response from SMITCHELL60763, Guest Relations Manager at Wildberry Country LodgeResponded 9 September 2017
Hi Central Newfoundland, I guess that is teh charm isn't it . It is rural rural NFLD and this is the situation. As the numbers of tourists increase in our area , the economics) is getting better for locals who do it themselves . With...More