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Tuckamore Lodge - Main Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador

Sleeps2
Bedrooms 8
Bathrooms1
Half Baths1
Property type house

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About the property

We are pleased to offer you luxury first-class, Scandinavian style accommodations in the heart of the Newfoundland wilderness, coupled with some of the highest quality outdoor experiences in Atlantic Canada.

Tuckamore Lodge is situated on the banks of Tuckamore Pond, fringed by a spruce forest which is home to a variety of animals both large and small. From the extensive decks of Tuckamore Lodge, enjoy the morning song of birds, the frantic activity of squirrels, and maybe observe a moose or two grazing on the fresh green grass.

We take pride in introducing you to our region....historic fishing villages, world-famous cultural attractions and many natural wonders. Our coastal waters are home to numerous species of whales, an annual parade of 10,000-year-old icebergs and millions of seabirds. Our area is renowned for its abundant populations of moose, caribou and black bear, as well as rivers that teem with Atlantic Salmon and trout.

Main Brook is a hub for exploring the heritage trails this area has to offer including the famous Viking Trail which is the largest themed highway in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Grenfell Trail follows the footsteps of Sir Wilfred Grenfell, a medical doctor who had a major impact on the people of Northern Newfoundland, and Labrador.

The French Shore connects several coastal communities through the intriquing history of the European fishing crews who braved the North Atlantic waters each spring, to harvest the plentiful cod here.

The Tuckamore Lodge staff and I invite you to visit us and to experience the hospitality and exceptional outdoor experiences that have built Tuckamore's international reputation. We care about people, we take pride in our heritage and we do our best to ensure that you will have wonderful memories. Please choose one of the items to your left to begin your journey.Rates based on double occupancy (plus taxes) per night

Our room rate includes breakfast. Lunch and dinner are available for an additional price:

Lunch $15.00 per person

Dinner $30.00 per person

Children 10 years and under are half priceTuckamore Lodge, is recognized for exceptional outdoor experiences. It is a place inspired by the area's unique geography, distinctive culture and rare natural wonders. This is a place to unwind, reconnect with nature or experience a way of life that is steeped in centuries of tradition.

At Tuckamore we offer the highest quality outdoor experiences. Our cosy lodge is located on the northern tip of the island of Newfoundland. Because two of the world's largest ocean currents converge off our coast, (the cold Labrador current and the warm Gulf Stream), we are blessed with an extremely rich marine environment. The lodge itself, is nestled beside a pond in a forested wilderness area.

Our local staff take pride in introducing you to the area....historic fishing villages, world-famous cultural attractions and many natural wonders. Numerous species of whales feed in our coastal waters including thousands of Humpbacks. We are the first to view the annual parade of 10,000- year old icebergs that drift down from Greenland on the Labrador current and linger. Millions of seabirds return annually to breed and raise their young, and sightings of rare and unusual species of birds are not uncommon. This area is also renowned for its abundant populations of moose, caribou, black bear, Atlantic salmon and brook trout.

Opportunities for canoeing and sea kayaking are boundless and we are close to Gros Morne National Park, renowned for it's spectacular scenery, unique geology and exceptional hiking opportunities.

This is a special place. Ours is a traditional culture where respecting nature and living directly off of the resources of the land and sea are a way of life. Maritime Archaic Indian and Dorset Eskimo peoples lived here thousands of years ago before the arrival of aboriginal groups and European settlers. Vikings landed here 1,000 years ago claiming it as Vinland, the land of plenty.

For more information, please visit our website.

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Calendar last updated:
April 30, 2017

Amenities

Main Brook House Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • house
General:
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Linens Provided
  • Parking
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Half Bath
Bedrooms:
  • 8 Bedrooms, Sleeps 2

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Tuckamore Lodge, is recognized for exceptional outdoor experiences. It is a place inspired by the area's unique geography, distinctive culture and rare natural wonders. This is a place to unwind, reconnect with nature or experience a way of life that is steeped in centuries of tradition.

At Tuckamore we offer the highest quality outdoor experiences. Our cosy lodge is located on the northern tip of the island of Newfoundland. Because two of the world's largest ocean currents converge off our coast, (the cold Labrador current and the warm Gulf Stream), we are blessed with an extremely rich marine environment. The lodge itself, is nestled beside a pond in a forested wilderness area.

Our local staff take pride in introducing you to the area....historic fishing villages, world-famous cultural attractions and many natural wonders. Numerous species of whales feed in our coastal waters including thousands of Humpbacks. We are the first to view the annual parade of 10,000- year old icebergs that drift down from Greenland on the Labrador current and linger. Millions of seabirds return annually to breed and raise their young, and sightings of rare and unusual species of birds are not uncommon. This area is also renowned for its abundant populations of moose, caribou, black bear, Atlantic salmon and brook trout.

Opportunities for canoeing and sea kayaking are boundless and we are close to Gros Morne National Park, renowned for it's spectacular scenery, unique geology and exceptional hiking opportunities.

This is a special place. Ours is a traditional culture where respecting nature and living directly off of the resources of the land and sea are a way of life. Maritime Archaic Indian and Dorset Eskimo peoples lived here thousands of years ago before the arrival of aboriginal groups and European settlers. Vikings landed here 1,000 years ago claiming it as Vinland, the land of plenty.

For more information, please visit our website.

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  • Rates based on double occupancy (plus taxes) per night
    Our room rate includes breakfast. Lunch and dinner are available for an additional price:
    Lunch $15.00 per person
    Dinner $30.00 per person
    Children 10 years and under are half price

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