Steeped in History

Experience Our Immaculately Preserved & Prepared Accommodations

Our accommodations are housed in a mix of newly constructed and lovingly restored buildings. While newer structures provide additional space for relaxation, they remain faithful to the original charm of the island's properties.
Preserving Heritage
The original residences, once owned by hardworking fishermen and merchants, have been meticulously restored to create cozy retreats for our guests. These buildings bear witness to the island's rich history, where resilience and perseverance were the norm.

Authentic Charm
From cozy hearths to sun-drenched bathrooms, each accommodation exudes authentic island charm. Our rustic and festive Loft offers a welcoming space for friends and family to gather and unwind after a day on the water.

Modern Comforts, Historic Ambiance
While our accommodations boast modern amenities, such as comfortable furnishings and well-appointed facilities, they retain the ambiance of a bygone era. Step back in time while enjoying the comforts of today.
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.
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
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.