We stayed here during the iceberg festival. Owned by the same wonderful people who own the Norseman restaurant, which is fabulous. The same wonderful cook will prepare your breakfast. Very nice breakfast/common room. Clean, and very comfortable. Wifi works great. We saw a moose rambling by our room, and icebergs floating by. Will stay again.
Date of stay: June 2019
This is a B&B I will be staying in every year. The location is super private and super peaceful. Room is great. Bed very comfortable. Nice size bathroom. Everything is very clean. What I did not expect was a balcony with an awesome view looking out into the North Atlantic. Absolutely nothing to complain about. The hosts are excellent and made it a point to let me know if I needed anything, to let them know. The Northern Peninsula is truly breathtaking and this B&B is the ideal place to stay in.
Date of stay: July 2020
Loved Quoyle's House
We stayed at Quoyle's House for 2 nights and wished we could have stayed longer. Our group was made up of 4 adults and 4 children, sleeping arrangements were a little tight however the house is spacious and gives you a good authentic Newfoundland experience. The check in process was odd in that we arrived at the Valhalla Lodge to check in to find no one there. We called the posted phone numbers and finally got ahold of someone at the Norseman restaurant who informed us that the house was open and the key was on the kitchen table. Quoyle's House is perched at the edge of the ocean and offers a spectacular view. The children spent most of the time down at the water searching for sea urchins and crabs. In the evenings we enjoyed a bonfire down on the beach complete with s'mores. It is in a perfect location between St. Anthony's and L'anse Aux Meadows making our visit to the Viking Settlement a short drive. The house is very well equipped as we made all of our meals at home during our stay. The fridge stocked with breakfast foods was a lovely touch. I would recommend Quoyle's House to everyone and look forward to our next visit.
Only hidden because it is about as far away from the rest of the world as most people get in North America! Northern tip of the western peninsula of Newfoundland. Well worth the journey. Inside it is warm, and the menu is more "urban chic" than "hole in the wall." The staff is friendly and the surroundings are what you might expect from such an historic, weather-exposed area of the Rock. Close by are great B&B's s. Walk around a bit after dinner in the shadow of Leif Ericson.
We recently ate at The Norseman in Lanse aux Meadows in Newfoundland and it was excellent! The atmosphere was very inviting and cozy. The owners are very nice and like to visit the tables to talk to you personally. The husband, the chef, takes your order and when you ask about a certain dish he explains with a smile what it is. Also very accommodating. They even have a delicious dish for vegans which was a pleasant surprise. Being a vegan in Newfoundland is almost impossible, but not here plus the chef created dish was delicious! His wife, the other owner, also writes her own children's books. They were so cute we ended up buying 3 of them. A definite must!
Date of visit: August 2019