St. John’s, the oldest and most easterly city in North America is the capital of Newfoundland. Rent a condo in St. John’s and get set to experience the perfect mix of small-town charm and big-city life with a personality unto its own. From your condo, wander down the narrow streets carved by horse and carriage over 100 years ago, and imagine the hardships of life back then. Look over your shoulder at the colourful facades of homes that line the streets and hills as far as the eye can see. From your condo, hike up Signal Hill through the famous Battery and check in on the tiny wooden homes that still cling to the sea-ravaged mountainside. Climb Cabot Tower for an unparalleled view of the city’s harbour and skyline. Then head back to your condo and explore the incredible hospitality and nightlife along George Street, famous for its jammed streets of bars, pubs, restaurants and clubs. Whatever brings you to St Johns, rent a condo and get ready to be embraced by a people ready to help you fall in love with a most unique city.
St. John’s vacation rentals are located in and around Newfoundland and Labrador’s capital city, on the eastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula.
With over 160 kilometres of trails linking the national, provincial, municipal parks and historic sites in and around St. John’s, the city’s Grand Concourse is a haven for natural, outdoors, and cultural enthusiasts. Hiking and biking is enjoyed along these walkways, while golfers can hit the links at the two courses located within the city limits. Visitors can also feast their eyes on icebergs and whales that travel through the area seasonally, either from vantage points within St. John’s or from boat tours that operate out of its harbor.
As the oldest English-founded city in North America, St. John’s is home to some of the continent’s most exceptional New World culture and heritage. Impressive Victorian architecture lines the narrow, winding streets and cobblestone lanes of the city’s historical districts, while brightly coloured row houses—characteristic of the region—are perched atop the hills overlooking the harbor. While in town, visitors can sample beers made from icebergs at Quidi Vidi Brewing Company and have a drink (or few) on George Street, reputed to have more bars and pubs per square foot than anywhere else in North America!
St. John’s vacation rentals are at the centre of a natural and cultural Maritime hub, and are easily accessible from Newfoundland and Labrador, and beyond.+ More