Rothesay House Inn B&B
Rothesay House Inn is a Provincially designated heritage house in the Queen Ann style. Symbolic of rural merchant affluence of the 1800's and 1900's. This house sits overlooking the historic harbour of Harbour Grace. Offering superb evening dinner for guest. Local cuisine featured.
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Oceanview guest rooms, fireplaces, ensuites, superb seafood, dining, sitting parlour, fireplaces, VCR/DVD, library, authentic Heritage Architecture, oceanview veranda, deck & gardens, guest itinary for coastal eco-touring, marine fin & feather, beachcombing, seabiking, heritage, history, culture. Owners live onsite. Superb evening dining.
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