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Joanne Hoyl

Iceburgs,Whales, Cod Fishing, Miles of Hiking Trails; a HOME on NL'sRocky Atlantic Coast

#339752 · Cottage Rental in , ,

5 Bedrooms
9 guests
1 Full Bathroom
Cottage Rental

Property Description

Traditional Salt Box Home on the water in an outport fishing village. Two story, 5 bedroom, full kitchen, laundry and bath with ocean kayaking, guided fishing and boat tours at your private dock. Wi-Fi, cable TV, BBQ, central heat, and private patio with hiking trail in easy access to your front door! Accessible by car or taxi from Gander Airport (1.5 hours) or St John's Airport (5 hours) thru a pristine wilderness setting, across an island that boast's of "More Moose than People". A quite fishing/ artist community only 15 minutes from Twillingate, the scene of art, entertainment, and fine dining, featuring traditional seafood dishes and fresh lobster daily. The home of Newfoundland's ONLY winery featuring over 20 locally available selections, with tastings and tour available.

Bedroom Description

Choose from 2 queen, 2 full, and 1 twin bedrooms all with a view.

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House Rules


Check In Time: 16:00
Check Out Time: 10:00
Max occupancy: 9 guests

No smoking
No pets

Additional Information

No Smoking inside house. Leave it like you found it or pay 60.00 cleaning fee. Must sign release before using watercraft. Remove shoes upon entering house. Secure all watercraft after using.

Rates

Rate Name Nightly Weekend Weekly Monthly
Default Rate
3 Nights Minimum
$250 CAD - $1150 CAD $4500 CAD

Fee Name Tax Rate Fee Amount
Damage Deposit
NOT Collected with Booking
- $500 CAD
Flat Amount

Amenities

Entertainment

Board Games
Cable / Satellite TV
Television
Internet Access
DVD Player
Wi-Fi
Satellite TV
Stereo System

General

Heated
Linens
Laundry

Kitchen

Dishes / Utensils
Fridge
Microwave
Stove
Small Appliances
Freezer

Outdoors

Parking Available
Waterfront
Deck / Patio
Dock
Kayak
BBQ / Grill
Patio Furniture
Life Jackets

Services

Guided Fishing Tours

Additional Amenity Description

Boat tours around the island and to historic Ship Island, the former home of over 100 fishing families, a circa 1800's abandoned whaling station and lighthouse to hike and explore at your leisure.

Kayak in the protected bays and harbor or adventure out into the Atlantic thru several harbor entrances or 'tickles" as they are know locally.

The local is best know as part of the famous "Iceburg Alley" with many daily sightings from March into September and occasionally into the harbor itself.

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Owner Information

Joanne Hoyl

Member Since 2016