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The setting is the key here. Totally secluded... like having a private endless beach to walk on. Room was well appointed and comfortable. Breakfast and dinner were superb and served by a gracious and helpful host. A very special place to stay. Highly recommended.
We stayed here two years ago, and were anxious to return. The really good news is that the government has repaired the road in to the lighthouse. The old road was a real challenge, full of pot holes. The new road is a treat.
We stayed there on our last night in Newfoundland before taking the ferry. What a beautiful and relaxing place on the water! Nice walking, great sunset views, and wonderful dinner. Ann is very friendly and welcoming. The main house has the common area, kitchen and...More
We stayed at this location because of it's proximity to the ferry and the lighthouse. What a treat! We opted into the dinner and it was fabulous! Anne was a great hostess, very friendly and helpful. We stayed in the separate guest house. Room was...More
We stayed at this special spot in the codroy valley for one night before our ferry ride home. We were the only guests at this unique inn, which overlooks the lighthouse and ocean. Ann was a wonderful hostess who treated us to a delicious dinner...More
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I would like to say the good part of the road being so bad to the inn is that it discourages tourists from coming up to photograph the lighthouse and walk around, if you are staying here, and sitting on the porch, do you really want a constant stream of cars driving by? That is why I come to places like the Cape Anguille Inn, which rocks in every way!