Peace Cove Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: Trinity East - Port Rexton, NL, Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0C 2H0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Trinity East - Port Rexton, NL, Trinity, is near Skerwink Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Trinity

Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland

A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Aug 13, 2015

3 comments, 12 photos

... Janet, we did actually see whales! It was awesome – this is the day you hoped for! Sorry you were not along to enjoy the moment.

Special Note: Happy Anniversary to our traveling companions Carl and Donna! 38 years and still on fire!

So Far, the Atkins have had the most repairs on rig and truck:
Non functioning trailer brakes-easy fix, had someone else do the work
2 Cabinets in ...

Skerwink trail

A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 11, 2015

9 photos

... time of 3 hours, there was a picnic table in the parking lot so we enjoyed our picnic, with beer!! :) Next we were off to the historical town of Trinity. As if we needed any more walking, but we wanted to check this place out. It is the most 'touristy' town we have seen as it had many gift/craft shops. Kerry found our token Newfoundland souvenir, a wooden puffin windmill. We love our new friend, he even got to grace our campsite. Then it was back to camp where we were all ...

Cabot was here!

A travel blog entry by thedanes on Aug 14, 2014

14 photos

... to the rather tired town of Bonavista, the most northerly town on the peninsula. We toured a National Historic Site commemorating five centuries of commercial fishing on Canada's east coast. Exhibits and documentaries showed how hard life was in a fishing village.

Tonight we stayed at a municipal park just below the lighthouse on the tip of the peninsula where we had a view of the Atlantic Ocean to the east ...

Were happy little campers

A travel blog entry by tredders on Jul 26, 2014

4 comments, 56 photos

... towns and we have no idea where they shop of what they do for income aside from fishing.
We went into the Dungeons which was like a small bay with caves running through the rock to the sea. There were more whales there too, maybe a pod of 4.
We left Bonavista and drove south and had lunch at "Sues" at Birchy Cove. It was great, we sat on the verandah and looked at the iceberg..I had Crab Au Gratin and it was ...

Sunrise at The Dungeon!

A travel blog entry by pierrette5 on Aug 06, 2013

33 photos

... it's locally caught fresh cod! After filling our guts we were off to tour historic Bonavista, with it's array of old buildings and it's replica, 15th century Caravel, "The Matthew", John Cabot's ship, that he sailed across the Atlantic in 1497! Bonavista is where he landed in the New World and the people of Bonavista are very proud of their history! Back down the peninsula we went and camped for the night at Charleston's Cabot Hi-Way RV ...