The structure recalls in some ways Newfoundland’s traditional saltbox style: two storeys with sheer walls and a pitched roof.
Newfoundlanders call her the Old Hag, but scientists call it sleep paralysis. One name is a lot spookier than the other, but neither can compare to the feeling of terror that comes from waking up to find her crouched on your chest and leering over you in the darkness.
A chef’s career can have many twists and turns, yet you’d be hard pressed to find one that has as many as Jonathan Gushue’s.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bonavista Biennale, begins today and sees Canadian, and international artists take over the Bonavista Peninsula with large-scale public displays for an entire month.
The sleek accomodation sitting harbourside in the historic city centre has been dubbed “the rainbow hotel.”
The micro-hotel is the most exciting accommodation to open in Newfoundland since Fogo Island Inn.
St. John’s, Newfoundland, has no shortage of choice when it comes to finding that perfect cup of coffee.
Canada is known for its many natural wonders, yes—but beaches?
Fogo Island Shop complements the Inn’s rural-modern character, proffering handmade wares created with materials specific to Fogo Island.