Turned up at Dunfield, easy to find. On arrival note on the doo to phaone Ed. Phoned him and he appeared, talking like we had been friends for years. Offered us some of is homemade wine and talked away for an hour!!
The rooms creaked like an old saltbox house does. Ed renovated the house quite a few years ago. The rooms are not luxury high standard rooms, but small clean rooms. The floors creak, the bed creaks. But this adds character to the place.
At breakfast we met Marge!! We were having a coffee in the living room when she appeared at the door. Once you meet Marge you will not forget her. She is so tall!!!! The breakfast was excellent, and Marge showed us some Newfoundland Traditions, like Mummering, the Ugly Stick and the Newfoundland Trail walking stick!!! She got one of the guests up at during breakfast and sang a little song while he played the gly stick. Tears were rolling down our faces. What a place with enetertainment for breakfast!! The Rolling hills was a place where you could feel at home. The guests were very friendly and Breakfast lasted for over an hour with all the chattering going on.
Everybody seemed to get on.
Dont come here if you are looking for luxury, this is not the place for you. If you want somewhere down to earth with freindly hosts this is the place for you.
- Also Known As:
- The Rolling Hills Trinity, Newfoundland