The Beach House Rooms and Suites

Address: 38 Beachy Cove Road, Portugal Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1M 1N3, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 38 Beachy Cove Road, Portugal Cove, is near Memorial University Botanical Garden.
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      The most easterly point in North America

      A travel blog entry by badefamily on Sep 11, 2013

      2 comments, 17 photos

      We watched as we came into this enclosed harbour, through quite a narrow entrance. Our berth is right in town and we look down on a busy street. Our shore excursion took us through the city then out to 'Signal hill' and Cabot Tower. John Cabot founded the town - his name was actually Giovanni Caboto, an Italian, but they Anglicised his name. This has a good view over the entrance to the harbour.
      Then we went round the other side of the harbour to Cape Spear lighthouse, actually ...

      Another jaunt for Deborah and Karl to the Rock

      A travel blog entry by rollingstone54 on Aug 29, 2013

      48 photos

      ... She was so happy to see her children and their spouses, and her grandchildren, Abbie, Christopher, Gregory and Dimitri. Stayed at Louise and Alf's beautiful home in Bowring Park in St. John's. Visited with them at their cottage for a lovely dinner (scallops salad and ribs) and a wonderful evening with lots of laughs. Thank you for your kindness and your hospitality. We played tourist and went to see the Geo ...

      Bell Island. Day 829.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Aug 16, 2013

      34 photos

      Today I am gonna head out on my own. Do a little exploring at my own pace. It's great having a local tour guide but they generally move at a fast pace as they have seen it all a hundred times before. I like to stop and soak it all in before I move on. I followed the Trans Canada Highway to junction 50, it's the last junction before it winds down town to the unofficial 'Mile 0'. I wanted to get on the Atlantic coast and follow it North toward Cape St Francis at the entrance ...

      Hunting for Dildo. Day 804.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Jul 22, 2013

      4 comments, 23 photos

      ... side. More sleepy hamlets fly pass until we ride up some rocks right up to the light house at 'Hearts Content'. How apt a name. We all gush at how beautiful it is and what a great place to camp it would be. The digital cameras all make their fake shutter noises for 15 minutes then we set off again stopping at Shag Rock for more pics and a farewell hand shake. The NS boys are heading West into the island's interior and Geoff and I will head ...

      Signal Hill and whale watching

      A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 15, 2012

      ... whale waved his flipper at us. The operator was so good, it almost seemed as though the humpback was a trained whale. Debbie said afterwards that when we were returning to port, before we saw the whale, that she was really glad that we did this trip and that it was worth it, even if we didn't see a whale.   We were talking to a local who said he had never seen such a spectacle. He then asked to borrow  my binoculars because he thought he saw an ...