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Trinity is one of the oldest European settlements in North America. From historic buildings to hiking to theatre to a tour of Newfoundland's "lost" villages the area has more than you can see in a day trip. The perfect place to settle in for a...More
The nicest Inn we have had the pleasure of staying at. Incredible warm and accommodating hosts. Clean and beautifully decorated. Great Breakfast! If your traveling to this area you have to stay here! Outstanding!
A tastefully decorated heritage room with all the amenities - we knew we were in for a special experience from the moment we checked in and were given a thorough, yet brief, and informative orientation of the inn and surrounding area and then escorted to...More
We were lucky enough to stay in one of the two rooms in Lighthouse View one of several properties belonging to the Inn. The house is spacious and beautifully appointed with everything you need or ever might need! The views are so peaceful and wonderful...More
Heritage buildings that have been successfully brought up to date. On arrival, we had an "orientation" which is the best introduction I have had to a hotel or inn. We were given lots of information about things to do in the local area, and escorted...More
Response from HenkPKorevaar | Reviewed this property |
Hello Sharon, We stayed in room # 9 which is the ground floor of a separate building close to the main building. The room has a kitchen, large sofa, dining table and very large bedroom with kingsize bed and two Muskoka... More
Hello Sharon, We stayed in room # 9 which is the ground floor of a separate building close to the main building. The room has a kitchen, large sofa, dining table and very large bedroom with kingsize bed and two Muskoka chairs on the verandah…We really enjoyed it here very much! If you plan on staying there, please give our regards to our fellow countrywoman Tineke, who owns this great place.
Kind regards from Holland, Henk