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This is a beautifully renovated home in the downtown core of St. John's. An easy walk to the downtown shops, pubs, and restaurants. Close to many attractions such as Signal Hill, the Rooms. The bedding is beautiful as is the living room and breakfast room....More
We booked three nights in July (tried for four but that didn't work with availability) at the Banberry House simply on the strength of TripAdvisor reviews. We've never been happier that these are available to us as travelers. Our experience at Banberry only reinforced my...More
Highly recommend this charming B&B in St John's. The location is perfect as you can walk to the downtown restaurants and stores in 5-10 minutes. It is also walking distance to the Rooms and the Basilica. Parking is either in the driveway or across the...More
We stayed for four nights at this lovely B&B near downtown St. John's during an East Coast vacation. We arrived later than expected due to delays at the airport, but the owner had left us a package with our keys and parking pass. Parking is...More
Beautiful home. Perfectly furnished, beautiful stained glass and spacious rooms. Breakfast to order was excellent and plentiful. Even got to try Caplin. Very convienient location to downtown with a short walk. Ten minute walk from 25 restaurants. Our host Eileen was warm, fun and on...More
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I imagine you could ask for a specific room--just ask. We stayed in two different rooms (One when we first arrived in St John's, the second when we're were ending our trip and returning home.) They were pretty equal--and... More
I imagine you could ask for a specific room--just ask. We stayed in two different rooms (One when we first arrived in St John's, the second when we're were ending our trip and returning home.) They were pretty equal--and both great, so maybe there's not so much difference between rooms.
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"We were in room #4 facing the street. The street was busy and noisy at times from the cars."