127 Discovery Trail, Trinity Bay North, NL, A0C2J0
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The price is CA $149 per night from May 18 to May 19CA $149
May 18 - May 19
25.79 km from city centre
4.1/5 Very Good! (223 reviews)
"Carl was very nice and helpful, and from the front, the place is charming and inviting. My daughter and I were the only guests and we were put in the farthest room away, at the back of the inn, presumably because it was quiet? But for two women travelling alone, driving around the back and seeing ..."
"Everything was absolutely adorable, we stayed in the coastal room and I loved everything about it! Such a great little set up, the little coffee/breakfast area in our room had a few little snacks as soon as we arrived which was perfect either for the evening or a morning snack, and coffee machine ..."
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The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 56°F, while the coldest months are February and January with an average of 22°F. Average annual precipitation for Trinity is 47 inches.
Recent Reviews in Trinity
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Quite relaxing retreat
"This is our second stay with dawne, we really enjoyed her property in old Bonaventure very quiet and relaxing getaway looking forward to a return visit."
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"Carl was very nice and helpful, and from the front, the place is charming and inviting. My daughter and I were the only guests and we were put in the farthest room away, at the back of the inn, presumably because it was quiet? But for two women travelling alone, driving around the back and seeing the isolated spot we were being put made us uneasy. The back of the property was torn up and there was old junk piled up next to a shed. I just don’t know why you’d put your only guests there? The room itself was clean, the beds were very comfortable and the linens were really nice. Lots of towels, soaps and shampoos and the tv system offered Netflix and many other streaming services. It was a comfortable stay, just wasn’t sure why we were being tucked away at the back? Maybe there were renovations? "