Peace Cove Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: Trinity East - Port Rexton, NL, Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0C 2H0, Canada | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Trinity East - Port Rexton, NL, Trinity, is near Skerwink Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Trinity

Puffins, Root Cellars and a Boat Tour With History

A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 15, 2014

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... window as we left the dock. The waves were a bit rough on the return trip, and we bounced off our seats a few times. Even though our guide was very cautious, it's impossible to see every wave out there!

After the tour, we drove to nearby Trinity where we tried to get a camping spot for the night. Our timing wasn't good - all 12 spots were taken, as the town was having its annual festival and was abuzz with activity. Bruce had ...

Drizzle was just fine on Bonavista

A travel blog entry by tipep on Aug 12, 2014

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From the Avalon Peninsula, we made our way north, stopping en route in Brigus to participate in its annual blueberry festival. We arrived on the Bonavista Peninsula in late afternoon where we spent 4 nights at Skerwink Hostel in Trinity East. There was fog and drizzle at times, but that did not stop us from hiking the ...

Day 25 - Onto the Rock

A travel blog entry by solorider on Jul 28, 2013

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... St. John's today. Robert suggested I stay in Clarenville tonight to make sure I am off the road before it gets dark. Once the traffic began to move, it was a bad multi-car accident, he helped me find a place to stay and invited me to a small village up on the North Coast from here for tomorrow. He runs an ECO-tourism business, doing some whale watching and kayaking. We had dinner together and I was glad to the hit the ...

Bonavista, root cellars and puffins....

A travel blog entry by dougandlynda on Jun 13, 2013

2 comments, 17 photos

... right in the parlor of this home. On display is the Confederation Cup presented to Mr. Bradley for his contributions to the Confederation of Newfoundland.

We had lunch at the Mifflin Tea House in Bonavista. We both sampled fish cakes which were little fried cakes of salt cod, potatoes and onions. Doug also had the "Fisherman's Sampler", which included a touton (fried bread dough served with molasses), fish and brewis ...

Pictures are worth a thousand words...

A travel blog entry by dougandlynda on Jun 12, 2013

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... purchases and accounts. Salt was purchased by the hogshead (no idea how much a hogshead weighed) and 2 pairs of shoes cost one man $8.80. The forge is still functional and two workers were on hand building a hand-forged plant stand. The Anglican Church was built in 1730 and Doug especially admired the handmade hammer trusses.

The Random Passage Site: This is a movie film site which was built to replicate ...