We spent one day (and night) at Aunt Edna's in Little Bay Island. It was, by far, one of the best and most memorable days of our trip to Newfoundland. Sharlene and Jim are fabulous hosts, who pay attention to every detail. They even had ice from an iceberg to enjoy in our refreshments! Accommodations were great, and Sharlene prepared a wonderful salmon dinner for us (and an amazing breakfast the next morning). After dinner, we were entertained by local talent (including Jim) at a Kitchen Party right at Aunt Edna's. What an overall fabulous time we had. Little Bay Island is a tranquil island filled with Newfoundland spirit and friendship. It is a must see, and certainly worth the 30-minute ferry ride. Don't miss this gem!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Aunt Edna's Boarding House B&B is a designated heritage structure on Little Bay Islands, a typical Newfoundland Outport. Cultural interpretation in word, music, and song are what make Aunt Edna's stand out from all the rest. Gourmet, vegetarian, and traditional meals add to the experience with fresh seafood available right off the wharf across the street. ... more less