Newfoundland Accommodations

The province of Newfoundland and Labrador is spectacular in a number of ways. Whales and Icebergs. A half hour time zone. Many unique place names include L'Anse aux Meadows (Viking archaeological site), Come By Chance, Witless Bay and an all time favourite, Dildo. Newfoundland accommodations provide not only a resting point but also advice when travelling.

Newfoundland and Labrador is history rich ranging from the first peoples from 9000 years ago to the Vikings around year 1000 to being one of the few locations in North America (Bell Island) that saw action during World War II.

Travel In Newfoundland-Labrador assists you with finding Newfoundland accommodations. These lodgings include hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, RV Campgrounds, cabins and resorts. Many Newfoundland accommodations, especially in the capital of St. John's, use online booking to help you reserve.

Articles found on Travel In Newfound-Labrador help you prepare for your trip, plus either on the road or at home, you can contribute a story of your Newfoundland discovery.

St. John's

First discovered in 1497, St. John's is the oldest city in North America. Today this provincial capital is home to over 100,000 residents, and is the economic and cultural centre for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Avalon

The Avalon Region is a peninsula which includes Canada's most easterly point at Cape Spear, and Newfoundland & Labrador's capital city of St. John's.

Eastern Newfoundland

Explore the Discovery Trail from historic Cape Bonavista to the villages along Heritage Run on the Burin Peninsula. The towns of Bonavista and Trinity have a fishing history as in depth as St. John's own centuries old fishing tradition.

Central Newfoundland

Two driving routes help explore this forested part of the province: the Kittiwake Coast route on northeast coast and the Coast of Bays Route, taking you to Bay D'Espoir and Harbour Breton.

Western Newfoundland

Western Newfoundland runs from Port aux Basques to the top of the Great Northern Peninsula. Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with camping and mountain hiking.

Labrador

Touted as one of the last great wildernesses on Earth, Labrador is known for mountains, rock faces, lakes, rivers, wildlife and clean air and water. Labrador is about 75% of the province's total area.