One of the greatest things about many of the Bay Houses has to be
their location. Certainly this is true of Eagle Peak. It's about
the view . . . And breathtaking it is!
High on a sloping hillside in Trinity East, Eagle Peak overlooks the
village and its assortment of other Bay Houses, the harbour, the
historic village of Trinity and the ocean beyond the lighthouse. It
is a tranquil, mesmerizing vista, complete with the early morning
put-put of the single-stroke engine of the trap skiff heading out the
harbour, or the haunting sound of the lighthouse drifting through
silver-soft fog banks.
Eagle Peak, a Newfoundland Vacation Home, provides the setting for
the sights and sounds of the area to wash over you while you soak in
the comforts and aesthetics of a traditional Bay House. Each room
resonates with the living history of the out-port through generous
use of relevant art and antique furnishings. Simple yet elegant.
This is where creativity begins. Exceed your expectations...
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May 13 2017 - Oct 31 2017
1 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
Nightly Rate: CAN$200 - CAN$300
Weekly Rate: CAN$1000 - CAN$1500
Monthly Rate: CAN$0 - CAN$0
Weekly $1500, plus tax (13%)
Daily $250, plus tax (subject to availability)
Off season rate up to 20% off
Numerous coastal hiking trails, easy to challenging, all nearby, all
spectacularly beautiful including acclaimed Skerwink Trail. Guided
hikes with knowledgeable botanist available. Local golf within 35
minutes in ocean-side setting. Theatre and fine dining. Boat tours
for whale watching, iceberg viewing. For birdwatchers this is a
place of many rare birds. Live music occurs at local venues.
Try taking an art class. The area is know as a spectacular
place for kayakers to view rugged coastlines, caves, sea-stacks and
Local festivals offer visitors an opportunity to experience
Newfoundland culture, music, food, humour and hospitality.
See boats tied to wharfs and fishermen working these boats. Watch
and listen to real functioning lighthouses. Talk to people who are
working tremendously hard to sustain themselves in the same way as
Newfoundlanders have for centuries. Explore other isolated outports
up and down the Bonavista Peninsula. Experience stepping back from
the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Let the fresh sea breezes
and the quiet pace of coastal living in an outport of Newfoundland
revive and restore you. This place will change you and you will
come back again and again in your mind.