We stayed for one night at the Fisher's Loft (it's in Port Rexton but only a 5-10 min drive away from Trinity which is a historical town and has a theater night).
The rooms were fabulous and the service was great. They also provide binoculars so go out on the cliff and look for whales - we were there when the caplin were rolling in, and we saw A TON of them just off the coast.
You're also right next to the Skerwink trail which is a MUST DO.
The only disappointment was that we did the set dinner (appetizer/main/dessert) for $56 per person+ tax and we were expecting some great fresh local seafood. Unfortunately, we got farmed salmon (which we can easily get back home in Ontario).
There IS a moratorium on salmon fishing, so it's virtually impossible to get any wild salmon, but the chef could have done SO MANY other things! Cod, squid, scallops, crab, lobster, mackrel. Anything!
Farmed fish was a big disappointment.More
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