They say great things come to those who wait, and this could not be more accurate about the journey here. Admittedly, it takes a while (plane, to car, to ferry, to car again), but once that futuristic façade appears surrounded by the rocky foreshore, it’s oh so worth it. There’s seven seasons in this part of the world, so no two stays are the same – hence why travellers just can’t get enough. Each is assigned a Community Host who, of course, really know their local history and encourage a diverse range of endeavours. For culture, think craft workshops and fishing heritage tours. Nature? There’s whale watching and caribou trekking for that. Not to mention the stargazing, foraging, and music and storytelling around a bonfire. Oh, and you can even take their resident Newfoundland named Break, out for a stroll.
Designed as a modern take on the stilted fishing shacks, founder Zita Cobb has seemingly achieved her dream of constructing a hotel that revives her homeland’s folklore. All furnishings are inspired by traditional outport living and created by local craft persons, plus there’s floor-to-ceiling windows throughout to make the most of the dramatic scenery. A place that puts both it’s people and planet first, the sustainability credentials are also off the charts. Not only do they support a plethora of local initiatives, but the Inn itself has a low carbon footprint and reduced impact on the environment; plus a special partnership to offer guests a completely carbon neutral stay.
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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season pricing for Canada is typically between October to April, and high season between May to September. Some lodges may close during the winter months. Prices are per person based on three nights accommodation (unless otherwise indicated) and exclude flights and transfers. Flights, child prices, single room supplements and transfers are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers; please call for details.
British Columbia’s coastal areas enjoy mild temperatures year round, with long sunny days in summer and cooler evenings in spring and autumn. Inland, the winters are cold and snowy. Alberta is Canada’s sunniest province with warm summers and mild springs. Snow in the Rockies is expected from November to March. Central Canada and the Provinces of Québec and Ontario offer year-round possibilities from the perfect winter wonderland to hot and sunny summers.
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