Thorndyke Bed & Breakfast
1917 Queen Anne style house crowned with a widow's walk, built by John Thornhill, a record-holding Grand Banks schooner captain. Run as "The Thorndyke Hotel" from the beginning, it is one of the province's famous homes, a Registered Heritage Site and winner of a Southcott Heritage Award. Five minutes walk from the Grand Bank Regional Theatre Festival. It is also within hailing distance of a number of museums and other tourism sites and nature walks.
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Ensuite bath/shower, numerous extras, non-smoking, full breakfast, satelite/cable TV/DVD, antique furnishings, sun porch overlooking the harbour entrance, on site casual fine dining, licensed. Nous Parlons Francais.
+1 (709) 832 8402
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