WE stayed at the Trinity Beach House on July 11 & 12, 2010. We rented the Cooper Suite ( 1/2 the house) for $140 a night. It is clean, and furnished really neat, it has everything you need. There is a deck overlooking the bay and you can climb down to the shore and collect rock, shells, and broken pottery. We collected all of those,
It takes about 10 minutes to stroll into town, past a beautiful church and cemetery and some houses. Trinity is a beautiful village to walk around in. There are quite a few places to eat. The Mercentile has great sandvwiches and The Dock Marina has great fresh fish. The Rising Tide Theatre is also there.
It is about 15 minute drive to Skerwink Trail in Port Rexton.
We really liked staying there, and would go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Trinity Beach House - nestled on the water's edge in the historic ocean side town of Trinity, Trinity Bay; a short stroll to the theatre, shops, restaurants, historic buildings, boat tours, walking tours and hiking trails. Relax in one of two luxurious suites or book the entire house. Open year round. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Trinity Beach House Newfoundland