A Berry Wild Time at Fogo Island Inn
There are over 20 types of edible berries on Fogo Island. And that's not all. Rare lichens, herds of caribou and skittish partridges are just some of what you can expect to find on the island's barrens and hills. Look out for partridgeberries, marshberries, crowberries, whorts, bakeapples and blueberries and gather wood for a Fogo Island boil up. The berry season tradition of an outdoor fire, roasted salt fish, berry tarts and strong tea is the simplest yet most satisfying of feasts.
Valid Sep 1 - Oct 31, 2018. 'A Berry Wild Time' rate begins at $1,875 per night, exclusive of taxes, is based on two persons (solo traveller’s deduct $200) and includes all meals in the Inn's award-winning dining room, including a “Wild Taste” three course menu, a berry-picking excursion with a traditional Newfoundland boil up, a lesson on preserves and full use of the Inn’s facilities. A three-night minimum applies.
Offers are subject to availability. Taxes are extra. You may have to pre-book and/or mention the promotion at the time of booking. Please check with the operator for more details.
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