The Grenfell Cottage


Island of the Little Boat
Experience the allure of early twentieth-century English architecture at Grenfell Cottage in Battle Harbour, Labrador. Discover its unique ambiance and decorative elements, embodying the rich history of the community.
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Journey to History

Step Back in Time: Exploring Grenfell Cottage

The Cottage includes 2 bedrooms with king beds on the ground floor. The upper floor has 2 bedrooms with a double and twin bed in each. Upstairs also has an alcove nook with 2 single beds that is popular with children.
Overview

Grenfell Cottage

Step inside Grenfell Cottage to experience its unique ambiance and uncommon decorative elements. From intricate details adorning the walls to quaint touches that harken back to a bygone era, every corner of this historic building tells a story of its own.

As you explore Grenfell Cottage, you'll be captivated by its distinctive features that set it apart in the community of Battle Harbour. Immerse yourself in the ambiance of this charming cottage and uncover the secrets of its past.

Grenfell Cottage serves as more than just a building; it's a testament to the rich history and heritage of Battle Harbour. Take a stroll through its rooms and corridors, and discover why this iconic structure holds a special place in the hearts of locals and visitors alike.
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Designated
National Historic Site
Throughout its history, the district's architecture and layout reflect the ambiance of 19th and early 20th-century fishing outports of Newfoundland and Labrador, offering a poignant glimpse into the region's maritime heritage.
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Terrain
Cultural Landscape
Battle Harbour comprises a diverse array of historical, architectural, and natural features that collectively narrate its maritime heritage. With its charming fishing village layout and meticulously preserved buildings and structures from the 19th and early 20th centuries
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Tradition
Rich in History
Battle Harbour thrived as a pivotal center for the cod fishing industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries, bustling with fishing operations, processing facilities, and trade, supported by a diverse workforce including merchants, fishermen, and tradespeople.