The Bed& Breakfast House of the owner Karen Huys is a nice little house. The rooms are not large, but cosy. The breakfast is excellent. Fresh made cake and fine Coffee. A place to come back! It isin the center of all, close to the theatre and to restaurants.
We had a lovely two day stay at Maidment House. Our host Karen was very warm and friendly and we felt like we were part of her family for our stay - lots of great conversations over breakfast with Karen and her husband Eric. Our room and attached en-suite were very clean,cosy and comfortable. The home is lovingly cared for and very central within Trinity. The homemade soaps that Karen makes are used in the rooms and can be purchased as a lovely gift to take home. Our time in Trinity was quite special and we’ll be back! Thanks again, Karen and Eric!
We stayed at Maidment House in Trinity for 2 nights. Trinity is a beautiful community with lots to see and is centrally located between the TCH and Cape Bonavista. Karen is a gracious host who shares a lot of information about the area, what to see and where to go. The B&B is a heritage home and is very comfortable, clean and the breakfasts are excellent. Karen also hand makes hand soap and hair shampoo. The soaps are wonderful and are available for sale. I would definitely stay again.
Spent two nights of the long weekend here. Our room was very quaint and comfortable. The bathroom was clean. The breakfast each morning was delicious and homemade including the yogurt and granola.Because it is served in the dining room at 8:30 for all guests, you have an opportunity to chat with other guests that are staying there. Karen makes her own soap and shampoo bars as well as liquid hand soap, which can be purchased to take home with you. Hope to return again.
Our group of 4 stayed for 3 nights at Maidment. My wife and I were in the Harbourview Room while our friends stayed in the Gardenview. The location is perfect, just a few minutes walk to the Rising Tide Theatre and to 3 good restaurants. The Harbourview Room was comfortable and clean. A minor drawback is that you have to step into the hall to get to the dedicated bathroom. We did not find it to be a problem, as Harbourview is at the end of the hall and the bathroom faces away from the stairs. Karen was a great host, serving a variety of gourmet breakfasts, a pleasant surprise each morning. Great local Trinity coffee too. We spent the evenings in the front room, with many interesting WWII photos, lots of books and magazines. A nice room for a nightcap and conversation. Highly recommend.…