Arrive into St John’s, the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador, and one of North America’s oldest cities. Collect your hire car at the airport and stay 3 nights at Leaside Manor. (N)Day 2: St John's
Day at leisure to explore the city, with history dating back more than 500 years. Recommended sights include the Provincial Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the historic fishing village of Quidi Vidi. (B)Day 3: St John's
Drive to Bay Bulls this morning for a 90-minute puffin- and whale-watching cruise (subject to weather conditions)*. During the summer months this area becomes a feeding ground for a number of whale species, although sightings cannot be guaranteed. After your cruise, we recommend continuing to Cape St Mary’s Ecological Reserve, where thousands of sea birds nest along the rocky shoreline. (B)Day 4: Trinity
Drive north-west today to the seaside village of Trinity. We recommend visiting Bonavista en route, a small town established where 14th-century Italian explorer John Cabot first set foot in the Americas. Sights include a replica of Cabot’s ship and a pretty red- and white-striped lighthouse. Stay 3 nights at Artisan Inn in Trinity. (B)Day 5: Trinity
Today is at leisure to explore the village of Trinity. This charming seaside village was established in 1580 and still features many historic houses. (B)Day 6: Trinity
Today is at leisure. We recommend following the 5-kilometre-long Skerwink walking trail, a gentle path that follows the rugged coastline, for spectacular views of the surrounding villages set against the ocean. (B)Day 7: Twillingate
Connected to the mainland by a bridge, Twillingate island has breathtaking ocean vistas, colourful fishing wharfs and pastelcoloured houses. Take a 2-hour afternoon cruise* to view icebergs from Twillingate and stay overnight at Harbour Lights Inn. (B)Day 8: Norris Point
Continue west to Norris Point, travelling into the spectacular Gros Morne National Park, an area known for its tiny villages, bare-topped mountains and populations of moose and caribou. On arrival in Norris Point, stay 3 nights at Neddies Harbour Inn. (B)Day 9: Norris Point
This morning is at leisure. This afternoon join a cruise through the landlocked fjord of Western Brook Pond. Look out for waterfalls and the wildlife found in these fresh waters. (N)Day 10: Norris Point
Today is at leisure to explore Gros Morne National Park. Recommended walks include a visit to Lobster Cove Head lighthouse or the 4-kilometre-long Tablelands Trail, which cuts across the flat-topped tablelands in the southwest corner of the park. (N)Day 11: St Anthony
Heading towards St Anthony, make a stop in Port Au Choix and Port Au Choix National Historic Site. On arrival, check in to the Grenfell Heritage Hotel & Suites for 2 nights. (N)Day 12: L’Anse aux Meadows
Visit the L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site to see the remains of the earliest European settlement in the Americas. Return to St Anthony. (N)Day 13: Steady Brook
Drive south to Steady Brook, located in the Humber valley. Stay 1 night at the Marble Inn Resort. (N)Day 14: Onward travel
Drive to Deer Lake Airport and drop off your hire car. Fly home or continue your holiday in Canada. (B)Meal basis:
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information Flights:
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The Artisan Inn is the name given to a collection of eight houses in the town of Trinity, each offering a room for paying guests. All the houses and rooms have their own individual style and character and are situated within a few minutes' walking distance of each other and the attractions of the town. Meals are available at the Twine Loft, which is located just a short walk away from all Artisan Inn properties. Features: 8 rooms, shared fridge in common areas. Room amenities: As each room is in a different house, amenities do vary, but typically include wood flooring, television, Wi-Fi, coffee maker, kettle, hairdryer, toiletries.
Neddies Harbour Inn is a small boutique hotel situated on the waterfront of Bonne Bay in Norris Point. The fjord provides shelter from the ocean breeze and views of the bay and the mountains in the distance. The tablelands of Gros Morne National Park can also be seen from the property. There are just 15 rooms, all with en suite bathrooms and complimentary wireless internet access. Features: 15 rooms, restaurant, sauna, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: King- or queen-sized bed, air conditioning, en suite bathroom.
Located on the banks of the Humber river, Marble Inn Resort provides accommodation amid beautiful scenery and with nearby active adventures such as hiking trails, kayaking and fishing. The hotel's restaurant is regarded as one of the best eating establishments in Newfoundland. Features: 52 rooms, 2 restaurants, cafe, indoor pool, sauna, fitness centre, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Television, air conditioning, coffee & tea facilities
The former residence of the prominent Parker family, Leaside Manor is a heritage building and the only home of its style in the province. Located just a short drive from the city centre, the property is tucked away amid gardens. All rooms featuring traditional decor and modern amenities.Features: 12 rooms, parking, laundry service, Wi-Fi.<br>Room amenities: En suite bathroom, fridge, television, DVD player.
Overlooking Twillingate Harbour, Harbour Lights Inn is a small bed & breakfast-style property that was built in the 1800s. This charming property offers warm hospitality and there are many restaurants within a short walking distance. This is a good base for those in search of the whales and icebergs that are found in the surrounding waters at certain times of the year. Features: 9 rooms, communal lounge, Wi-Fi. Room amenities: Television, hairdryer, ceiling fan, ensuite bathroom.
The Grenfell Heritage Hotel & Suites is an historic hotel in the heart of St Anthony, Newfoundland overlooking the harbour, with Grenfell House Museum just a 5-minute walk away. Suites are modern and spacious and have a microwave and refrigerator, with some suites featuring fully-equipped kitchens. There are many restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.Features: 20 suites, garden, terrace, laundry services, gift shop, Wi-Fi.<br>Room amenities: Cable television, sitting area, microwave, refrigerator, hairdryer, iron.
Low season from £1745 per person
High season from £1995 per person
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*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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