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Most Newfoundland and Labrador hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador splits between the historic Atlantic island of Newfoundland and the mainland tundra of Labrador. Many travelers spend their time in Newfoundland, which features oceanfront lighthouses, colorful seaside communities and some of North America’s oldest colonial history. Trek into the Labrador tundra, where ancient whaling villages and rugged landscapes await.
Learn about history extending back a millennium on Newfoundland. The southeastern Avalon Peninsula features two historic highlights. Cupids is Canada’s oldest English settlement, having been founded by John Guy in 1610. See the ancient cairn towering over its bay and the ruins of Guy’s plantation. Nearby St. John’s, the provincial capital, is one of North America’s oldest English cities. Explore its lively cityscape, famous for brightly colored townhouses and gaze over the town from the historic Cabot Tower on Signal Hill.
Travel to the island’s northern tip to find the site of the first European landing on the North American continent. Leif Erikson disembarked at L’Anse aux Meadows over 1,000 years ago. Tour today’s active dig site in the area and explore recreated Viking buildings.
One of the most unique parts of Newfoundland and Labrador’s natural landscape is its location along Iceberg Alley, which extends down from Greenland along the Atlantic Ocean. Visit in May and June to see massive ice formations floating off province’s eastern coast. See evidence of the glaciers that once covered Newfoundland’s northern region in Gros Morne National Park, where you can take a boat through a gaping fjord.
Labrador is mostly undeveloped, so the best way to explore this part of the province is to take a cruise ship up the coast. Stop off at Red Bay, an old Basque whaling village, or go mountaineering on the dramatic peaks of Torngat National Park, where polar bears roam.
Reach Newfoundland and Labrador via the international airport at St. John’s. From there, get around Newfoundland by car and explore Labrador on a boat or helicopter tour.
A: Like most dynamic cities, St. John's and Conception Bay South can be explored by public transportation. But if you're planning to soak up the wider region of Newfoundland or farther afield, you'll appreciate the freedom that comes with having your own ride. For all your motoring requirements, check out our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Newfoundland and Labrador.
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A: Colonial Building ought to be one of your first stops after you've freshened up at your St. John's hotel.
Spend a little time at Topsail Beach Rotary Park in Conception Bay South and you'll quickly work out why it's such a hit with travellers.
We highly recommend checking out Red Bay National Historic Site if Labrador City is the main focus of your time in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Very clean, friendly staff, would have been nice to have a hot tub in the pool area but no big deal. I'll definitely stay here again.
Good service comfortable beds and clean. Felt safe with the late night security to get into the hotel
Love the room everything was perfect. Only hiccup was the whirl pool tub would not turn on . ( was looking forward to a relaxing bath) . Later discover the breaker for the tub was turn off in the fuse panel . The room was Very clean /spacious/ quite Up to date . Was our first time there .. won’t ...
All good. Restrictions because of Covid 19 which cannot be helped and are essential. Will be back again.🌈
Clean, quiet hotel and friendly staff. Breakfast was good.
This location is very clean and provides all amenities needed from a hotel. Friendly staff
The front desk receptionist was cheerful and helpful. The hotel was very clean and close to the airport. The bed was not very comfortable but with all other positives I would stay again.