A Tangled Tale - "There is a STORY to be told... and one thing remains abundantly clear; It's worth the time to listen... So if you hear a teller telling you a tangled tale, or maybe two; Rest assured, every word is true - especially the bits they make up"
Check the Burin Peninsula Trail Network to 6 scenic trails in 4 different towns
Horsebrook Nature Trail
Grand Bank Nature Trail
Chambers Cove Trail
The Cape Trail
(pictured here) Salt Cove to Chambers Cove
Spend some time on the water! They rent kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and Grandy dories - you can Book a green Crab tour on their zodiac *Coming soon lobster fishing and Cod jigging tours* - Did you know that rowing burns as many calories as jogging - huh! What a fun way to exercise!
Book a tee off time with Grande Meadows for a pleasant, enjoyable game of golf
Offering breathtaking views and rich green terrain - It's a 9 hole course but the layout of a second set of tee boxes allows for a different approach when playing a second round, this gives it a feel of a 18 hole course
Grand Bank Provincial Seaman's Museum (pictured here) Explore artifacts from the land and sea, used by Newfoundland families from the 1800s to the mid 1900s
My grandfathers model banking schooner "the Ann Marie" is on display here!
Take a STEP WAY, WAY BACK in time
and visit the Fortune Head Geology Centre, Science Museum - new exhibits showcase everything from rocks and minerals, to dinosaurs and tsunamis
In Lamaline there's a museum specifically dedicated to the Tsunami of 1929 and with rave reviews from our guests you must stop at the Miners Museum in St. Lawrence
Book Grand Bank Regional Theatre tickets
Enjoy a night out!
Humor to knock your socks off, music to keep your toes tapping, romance to warm your heart and mystery to set your pulse racing
Abbie's Garden is 10 km to the ferry that will take you to St. Pierre et Miquelon
In just under an hour, you'll be in FRANCE
On Wednesdays and Saturdays you can go for the day trip - there's two ferries running those days (morning + suppertime)
Any other day of the week you must stay overnight and book an accommodation over there - also pre-book your dining in advance as there's limited places to dine on the island, I highly recommend "Le Select" as it comes with rave reviews
Start planning your trip to FRANCE while you're out our way, it's so close!
Spend the morning or afternoon at SEA - We're happy to help arrange a 4 hour excursion with a retired Coast Guard on the "Erica & Jessica" - fry up your CATCH of the DAY fresh, here on the BBQ or firepit
Ask us for details!
"Subject to Food fishery guidelines and weather conditions"
Any where else in the world with sandy beaches like this one (Sandy beach Cove), there would be a line of skyscraping hotels - NOT HERE! You practically have the whole beach to yourself!
This bit of deliciousness is from Smugglers Cove Roadhouse Patio-Bar and Grill - located in Port au Bras, Burin - Open year 'round -
Be sure to drop in for a feed and a swallie! _________
For something a little closer, in Grand Bank there's 5 options; a Family Restaurant - at the Burin Peninsula motel, a Pizzeria/Pub - The Copper Kettle, a Diner - the Main Street Diner, a Take out - Sarah-Rays Place and a Tea room - Sharon's Nook - she's known to have the best cheesecake around!