This restored heritage property is located in the heart of St Anthony. Originally a nursing home but now converted into a comfortable, modern hotel, the Grenfell Heritage Hotel is named after a British doctor who served the Newfoundland community for many years.
There are 20 spacious, comfortable and well-appointed rooms with simple, neutral decor with pale wooden floors, dark furniture and a private balcony. All rooms have a fridge, microwave and pull-out additional bed, while suites have a full kitchen and separate living area. Other amenities include air conditioning, cable television and free wireless internet.
The hotel also has a guest laundry service and an exercise room. Close by, there is a choice of restaurants, galleries and shops, and boat trips to see the icebergs and whales that are frequently seen offshore leave from the dock a five minute walk away. L'Anse aux Meadows, the UNESCO-protected Viking settlement, is a half hour drive away.
The Grenfell Heritage Hotel offers good value accommodation in the heart of St Anthony — and is well positioned for exploring L'Anse aux Meadows.
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The 20 spacious, modern rooms have pale wood floors, dark furniture, leather armchairs and a simple, neutral palette. All are comfortable and well appointed with air conditioning, cable television, free Wi-Fi and a balcony. There's a microwave and fridge in each room and suites also have a well-equipped kitchenette and separate living area, while the Honeymoon Suite also has a jetted hot tub.
St Anthony is located on the northeastern tip of Newfoundland on Iceberg Alley. The Grenfell Heritage Hotel is a five minute walk from the town's shops, restaurants and museums, and from the embarkation point for whale and iceberg-watching boat trips. The 11th-century Viking settlement of L'Anse aux Meadows is 40 km (25 miles) to the north, while Raleigh Historic Village, a recreation of a 1940s fishing village, and Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve are 30 km (19 miles) away.
Food and drink
The hotel has a pleasant breakfast room where breakfast is served each morning. Suites have a full kitchen so that you can prepare your own meals, or it's a five minute walk into the heart of the town where you'll find a variety of cafés and restaurants for lunch and evening meals.
The rooms are spacious with pull-out beds that provide extra sleeping space for children. Suites also have kitchens so you can prepare your own meals.
Facilities and activities
The hotel has an exercise room and offers a guest laundry service. Staff can help guests plan iceberg and whale watching tours, trips to Viking villages and historic fishing villages, as well as advise on local hiking routes.