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Western Newfoundland is well known for its rugged landscape and is home to the only two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the province, Gros Morne National Park and L’Anse Aux Meadows. With a variety of accommodation options including chalet rentals, hotel resorts, bed and breakfasts, cottages for rent and vacation homes, there is something for everyone in Western Newfoundland.. This region is also known for its glacier-carved fjords, ancient aboriginal sites, sand dunes and National and Provincial parks. In the summer, travelers often rent a cottage in Western Newfoundland and take day trips to enjoy regional activities such as hiking, kayaking, cycling, ATV, caving, fishing, zip lining, swimming and boating. Of course in the winter, there are many snow related activities for both the adventurer and the casual traveller such as snowshoeing, caving, ice fishing, snowboarding, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snow kiting and snowmobiling. If you plan on visiting for the snow, book a ski chalet rental and head out for an adventure! Which ever season you decide to visit, Western Newfoundland cottages chalet rentals are a special way to enjoy the area and experience this wonderful destination. Winter activities in Western Newfoundland include.
From Channel-Port aux Basques to the the Great Northern Peninsula, Western Newfoundland’s cottage rentals lie scattered throughout the province’s rugged and picturesque coastal region.
Western Newfoundland is a four-season holiday destination with stunning scenery, including numerous glacial-carved fjords, cascading waterfalls and billion year-old cliffs. During the summer months, locals and residents enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and fishing for Atlantic salmon and arctic char on the Humber River and hiking, biking, hunting and wildlife watching At Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come winter, this terrain is a haven for cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers, while nearby Marble Mountain, a premier Maritimes alpine resort that boasts Atlantic Canada’s highest vertical, serves skiers, snowboarders, and snow kiters.
Rich in New World culture and history, Western Newfoundland is home to famed lighthouses, including Cape Anguille, Channel Head, and Rose Blanche, as well as the reconstructed Viking Village and UNESCO World Heritage site, L’Anse aux Meadows. While there, be sure to indulge in a traditional menu of moose stew, cod tongues, and roast capelin, all served as part of the Great Viking Feast!
With some of the most spectacular scenery in North America, the cottages for rent in Western Newfoundland offer first-class amenities, as well as access to natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions.