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The most westerly point of Newfoundland and the location is spectacular. Anne, our Inn Keeper was a most welcoming hostess and offered great history and tips on the area. We were fortunate to be staying at the Inn the evening of the "Super moon" in...More
Stay at least two days at this serene, quiet off-the-beaten path location, about 40 minutes from Channel-Port aux Basques, and a 20-minute winding bumpy drive on Route 406 from the Trans Canada Highway. The property includes a working lighthouse and the former lighthouse keeper's restored...More
Cape Anguille Lighthouse Inn was everything we hoped for when we booked it. We've travelled to Newfoundland previously but had camped with the children. This trip we decided a nice place like this would be great and it was! Ann and her sister Karen made...More
This B&B is a renovated lighthouse keepers house located on a beautiful property overlooking the ocean. It is a great get away to sit and watch the sun set over the ocean after exploring the Codroy Valley and the other attractions that southwest Newfoundland has...More
Our first stop in Newfoundland after taking the ferry from Sydney. The road to the lighthouse seems long (there may be sheep in the roadway) but once you arrive it is quite charming. Shirley Temple's "Captain January" comes to mind......Ann, our hostess, showed us to...More