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It is impossible to review magic. A lovingly restored and enhanced old hotel. Forget the B&B title; Dinner is also offered to guest and public alike and is prepared and presented in a world class setting. The stuff of dreams. And yes, I saw whales...More
We were not able to get a reservation for the B&B but were quite impressed by the restaurant. The food was interesting, tasty and reasonably priced. It is a bit upscale for area as there are not too many good places to eat in Grand...More
When we walked in the front door of The Thorndyke we were warmly greeted by the owners, Colleen and Glynn. Throughout our stay they made us feel like old friends.
The Inn is appointed with antiques, some a little on the funky side. (That's a...More
The dinner was to die for!! It was our best meal in Newfoundland. Many kudos to the chef. Great place to stay. Great service and we loved the heritage look and touches. We were very comfortable there. We were sorry to have missed the theatre....More
I stayed two summers ago and loved it - the owners, Colleen and Glynn are friendly, knowlegable and absolutely lovely to chat with. I tried to book this summer but was too late - they were all booked. I just had to return for a...More
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US$125 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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