This traditional Newfoundland two story salt box house has three bedrooms upstairs, one on main floor with 1/2 bath, each with a breathtaking view of New Bonaventure Harbour. The rooms have full bedding, bathroom, and kitchen utensils, retaining the charm and ambiance of 1904 era when the house was built. The beds are double, queen, and single, you will enjoy a completely furnished, fully equipped house. Including fridge, stove, microwave oven, cookware, dishes, TV (with satellite service), VCR, radio, telephone. There is a large four piece bathroom on second floor,and a large wrap around deck with a barbeque.chairs and table,sit out and enjoy the serenity of the ocean.
Aunt Hattie's Vacation Home is a quiet, relaxing retreat that will maximize your vacation experience!!
Hike the nearby trails to the old abandoned fishing village of Kerley's Harbour and British Harbour. View the location site of the movie "The Shipping News" and CBC's television series "Random Passage" aired Fall 2001. Meander around the scenic village of New Bonaventure visiting the fishing stages and beaches.and chat with the local fishermen, .
Drive the 9 km picturesque route to Dunfield's Fort Pointe Lighthouse. Fort Pointe, a remnant of the 1700's, is one of the few lighthouses still operational with a light and fog horn.
Meander around the little village of Dunfield visiting the fishing stages and beaches.
Near By Attractions
Historic Trinity just 14 km away, offers summer theatre including the "NEW FOUND LANDE" Pageant an outdoor performance depicting the lives of fisherman and merchants in the 1800's.
Visit the Hiscock House built in 1881- a Provincial Historic Site and the Lester Garland House built in 1821 by an English fishing merchant was rebuilt to its original form in 1997.
Scheduled boat tours leave Trinity throughout the summer to observe whales- humpbacks, minkes and porpoises. There are also eagles and ospreys in the area.
Sea Kayaking - explore inlets and caves by kayak.
Bonavista, the town where John Cabot landed in 1497, is a 60 minute drive from the Aunt Hattie's Vacation Home. Visit the national historic site of the Ryan Premises featuring early east coast fishery. Also, view the rugged coastline, the popular Bonavista Lighthouse, and a replica of John Cabot's ship " THE MATTHEW."
This three bedroom cottage can accommodate up to7 people comfortably.
There's a ocean view from most every windows.u also could take "The Rugged Beauty Boat Tours" with excellent trip advisors reviews.+ More