we had a lovely couple of days here.karen cooks a very nice breakfast (2 course and different each day)and the tea or coffee keeps coming,the guests of the three rooms sharing one large table in the dining room. we had a queen room with ensuite .our vista was of the yard ,beyond to the local houses and the church.there is a shared living room with tv down stairs in this very homey accomodation.all fittings and furnishings are very nice and equipment is totally up to date (hairdryer in room).trinity is a very small village ,you park at your accommodation and just walk around everywhere.i recommend prebooking the rising tide theatre for what ever show may be on.we went to the dinner show and had a lot of fun-they have a varying range of shows each year.all would be good.there really isnt a night life as such there are a restaurants to eat at (prebook),the one at the harbour is very casual-walk up.there is an gallery that was having an evening wine tasting and viewing one night.if the weather is even fair get up early and go for a walk to take photos of this lovely town and harbour you will be back before breakfast anyway.thanks for a real newfoundland welcome karen.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built by Enoch Heber Maidment, a local cobbler, circa 1892, Maidment House has been masterfully restored by a third generation local carpenter. Come enjoy our memorable breakfasts, inviting beds, and friendly hospitality. We use eco-friendly cleaning and make our own unscented soaps. Laundry service available. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Maidment House Bed & Breakfast Trinity, Newfoundland