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Imagine this: you’re standing in the verdant garden of our beautiful Inn. You hear the rhythmic beat of waves crashing on the rocky shoreline and the cry of seabirds circling overhead. You feel the refreshing, salt-tinged breeze blowing off the harbour, and see rolling meadows, trees, and a breathtaking ocean view. A view that you’ll see from every room of the Bread & Cheese Country Inn.
All reviews the east coast overlooking the bay whale watching witless bay bright room irish loop nice hike sea birds bedroom window coffee house terrific view typical newfoundland day hiking avalon peninsula spent three nights here front porch dining room
Very friendly owner, Rita. Excellent views. Great breakfast. Close to St. John's. Clean and comfortable room. The chef operating the evening restaurant (The Keel) provided a spectacular small plate meal!
We spent two nights at The Bread and Cheese Country Inn and wish we could have stayed longer. The property is charming, comfortable, well maintained and in an ideal location on the Irish Loop. The views from this property are absolutely breathtaking! Rita was a...More
We started our trip to Newfoundland in Bay Bulls at the Bread and Cheese Country Inn.
We made the right choice! Rita was welcoming and very accommodating , made a call for us when we wanted to go whale watching. The location is beautiful and...More
Not only is this a lovely, well-maintained B&B, the views from every room are breathtaking! Friendly owners, Rita, Sidney and Sheldon make the stay very enjoyable. The resident little black fox and her kits were a surprise to see. Great hikes close by as well....More
We stayed here one night and the hospitality was amazing. The view I can’t even explain , it is just up from the water. The owner Rita sure makes you feel so welcome ,she adds her personal touch to everything. It was a great expwrience...More