Located in Open Hall along the northwest cliffs of the Bonavista Peninsula, with spectacular views of the bay, birds, whales, and the occasional iceberg.
Centrally located, we are a 40 minute drive to Bonavista and Port Rexton, and an hour from Clarenville.
Come enjoy all the area has to offer in
our tranquil setting.
DIRECT BOOKING CANCELLATION
Check in time 4:00 pm.
Check out time 11:00 am
Two similarly laid out cottages located side by side, each accomodating up to 4 persons comfortably.
The taupe Fitz Cottage and the blue Guy Cottage.
Each has a deck overlooking Open Hall and the bay.
Keyless entry via keypad or August phone app.
WIth floor to ceiling windows, these A-frame Cottages are full of natural light. The Cottages both have two Queen bedrooms and are beautifully decorated, emanating comfort and relaxation.
Each Cottage has a fully equipped kitchen with fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave,
Kuerig coffee maker,
toaster, cookware, and dishes.
Starlink super-fast satellite internet, cable, Smart 4K HDTV, DVD & movies, bluetooth speaker, and stereo provide in-cottage entertainment. BBQ, horsehoes, and binoculars
augment outside activities.
A washer and dryer is also in each unit.
Rental Rates Per Cottage
The historic town of Bonavista is the easternmost point along the Bonavista Peninsula. Amongst the points of interest is Dungeon Provincial Park, where the cliffs drop away into a mammoth sinkhole with two seaward channels, the result of years of ocean erosion. The Bonavista Museum, Bonavista Archives, Cape Bonavista Lighthouse Provincial Historic Site, Ryan Premises National Historic SIte, and the The Mockbeggar Plantation Provincial Historic Site are some of the many other points of interest.
Close by Tickle Cove is home to the Sea Arch, a wave-weathered rock wonder formed from the powerful Atlantic Ocean. A well-developed walking trail with sections of boardwalk follows the shore of Tickle Cove Pond. A must see!
There are a number of UNESCO Discovery Geopark points of interest along the Discovery Trail of the Bonavista Peninsula.
Elliston's Puffin Viewing site offers the closest view of puffins from land in all of North America. Puffins fly close to viewers and often land on the cliffs just several feet away.
Elliston' Root Cellars (Root Cellar capital of the world)
These traditional food storage systems are built right into the ground, mainly into small hills and banks. More than 130 root cellars in the small town and surrounding area. Of those, half are still in working condition and used today.
Icebergs are best viewed in late May and early June along the coast, but some stick around to early August. Only 1/10th of an iceberg is above water and each has it's own characteristics and charm.
If you're lucky you may be able to see one from the deck!
There’s enough coastline wrapped around this province to stretch across Canada four times over. So whether you take a hike along ancient footpaths, pack a picnic and watch for whales, or head out to sea to hunt for icebergs, you’ll find it all comes standard with a great ocean view.
Bring your hiking shoes, water, and binoculars! An abundance of nature walks and hikes await you. Walk for miles along cliff tops and around the perimeter of the Bonavista Peninsula and the Discovery Trail. Beautiful scenery, flowers, birds, and wildlife are everywhere. Come and experience it!
A moderate 3.7km trail with 110m of elevation. A loop trail with views of Bonavista Bay and a cave. Brook Pond lookout for photos.
Easy .8km trail to the Sea Arch, a Discovery Geopark point of interest with 36m of elevation and some beautiful rock faces. Adjacent to this is Walker's Trail, an easy 2.6km out and back trail along Tickle Cove Pond with 15m elevation.
Cape Shore Trail is an easy-moderate 9.2km out and back trail with 105m of elevation. A spectacular view of Bonavista Bay on the way to the lighthouse.
Spillars Cove Loop is a moderate 3.4km loop with 75m of elevation, with amazing views and beautiful wild flowers.
Klondike Trail is a moderate 6.3km out and back trail with 155m of elevation.
An old horse & cart trail connecting Elliston and Spillars Cove, with a magnificent sea stack.
A 15km hard point-to-point trail with 425m of elevation. Includes sun & shade, close to the coastal edge, with forested areas and stunning coastal views.
One of the best trails in Canada, the Skerwink Trail is a moderate 4.7km spectacular winding coastal trail with 59m of elevation along an ancient path.
An easy-moderate 7.1km loop trail with 149m of elevation right around Fox Island, east of Port Rexton, with beautiful coastal scenery.
An easy 3.1km loop trail with 81m of elevation and fantastic views of the historic town of Trinity and Trinity Bay. Upper and lower trail sections.
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TO OPEN HALL - RED CLIFFE
From St. Johns follow the Trans-Canada Hwy NL-1W to Memorial Dr in Clarenville.
Take NL-230 N to Southern Bay, then left on NL-235 N. Turn left again onto 235-17 towards Open Hall. Left at the Canadian flag efore the descent into Open Hall.
Open Hall - Red Cliffe, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada