Beach Rock Bed & Breakfast

Little Harbour, Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0G 4M0, Canada | B&B

Travel Blogs from Twillingate

Twillingate and the Kittywake Coast to June 15

A travel blog entry by lroff

Headed north to Twillingate. What a wonderful trip. Weather was great and it was fascinating to come upon little village after little village clinging to the edges of rock. In order to get to Twillingate, I think you have to actually go on three islands. There is one called Cottle's island. Then you go on a short causeway to Chapel Island, on …

Cage Trip 7. Day 854.

A travel blog entry by bri74


... had dipped behind the horizon it got cold fast. We set the tent up in the gazebo as the weather man had reported a strong wind coming tomorrow. We would be protected from the wind and rain in there (or so we thought).

P.S Sorry about all the sunset photos. There were so many good ones I couldn't choose, so I just put them all in.


Beautiful place, friendly people and great weather

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb


... in a whole new light. Written without fear or bias toward the crew or company it is very scathing of both! The maps showing reported ice patterns in the weeks before and during the time of the incident show it was not a freak occurrence for ice to appear. They put it well when they said blaming the iceberg for the sinking of the Titanic is like blaming a mountain if a plane crashes into it. The views from the top of the lighthouse were good ...

Screeched In . . . Finally!

A travel blog entry by carolrichardson


... Point Lighthouse and the Sleepy Cove Trail.

A walk over to Auk Island Winery to taste the local fruit wines . . . some quite yummy but didn't buy anything.

An evening of entertainment at Ada's Backroom . . . a good breakfast and off to Glovertown.


Little Harbour to Lower Little Harbour

A travel blog entry by pierrette5


... Bakery! Our first Jigs Dinner, a traditional Newfoundland meal of salt beef, potatoes, turnip, carrot, cabbage, peas porridge, onion pudding, doughboys and mustard pickles followed by toutons and molasses for dessert! Delicious! Then we were off to listen to 'The Split Peas' entertain the crowd with their traditional Newfie music complete with Ugly Sticks! This group of 6 women has been performing together for twenty years in and around Twillingate. Four are homegrown and two are ...


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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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