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Located on the main road just outside of the village, this motel sits just off the harbor offering great views. The rooms are on a first floor level while an attractive dining room is on the second floor and in the lower level is a...More
The town is beautiful,and the motel, pretty and incredibly spotless. The view from the restaurant was overlooking the water, it was spectacular. The meal looked like something you'd see in a magazine and tasted even better than it looked.
Stayed two nights Sept.7&8 and got married on the 8th.
The hotel staff treated us well and our room was quite comfortable (queen suite with view of harbour) The food at Georges Restaurant (on site) was exceptional.
I would recommend this place for the staff...More
We enjoyed our two night stay at the Anchor Inn Hotel. Staff at the front desk we're friendly and helpful; coffee, sweets, and the welcoming girl managing the Blue Barrel Cafe and the friendly staff and meals at Georgie's were all great, and our end...More
Anchor Inn came recommended to us and did not disappoint. The woman at the front desk when we arrived was friendly and welcoming and gave us some good tips on where to do and what to do. Room was basic (but apparently they have renovated)....More
US$86 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Thank you very much for your inquiry. We do not possess an accessibility designation due to the age of the building. I would characterize our building as partially accessible. However, it is my understanding that scooters... More
Thank you very much for your inquiry. We do not possess an accessibility designation due to the age of the building. I would characterize our building as partially accessible. However, it is my understanding that scooters can require an even higher level of accessibility. We are hoping that new renovations slated for 2018 will allow us to be more accessible. While this is not helpful to you for this coming season it is something we are proudly moving toward. I believe a newly renovated property Admiralty B & B is fully accessible. Maybe they would be able to assist you. If you require any other assistance please contact again.
Happy to hear you are making Twillingate a part of your visit. "Kitchen Parties" were a very common part of rural Newfoundland culture and consisted of families and friends bringing instruments to each other's... More
Happy to hear you are making Twillingate a part of your visit. "Kitchen Parties" were a very common part of rural Newfoundland culture and consisted of families and friends bringing instruments to each other's homes and entertaining through songs and storytelling. Everyone participated. Today's kitchen parties try to recreate this experience. There is generally one or two entertainers that perform and encourage those attending to participate through singing along, learning to play the spoons or ugly sticks. There is often an opportunity to participate in a screech-in. This is where people become "honourary" Newfoundlanders. We generally have Kitchen Parties on Friday nights but this year's schedule isn't finalize just yet. The great news for you is the "Split Peas" do perform the Thursday night that you are visiting and they do a wonderful show that isn't called a kitchen party but has some of the elements of a kitchen party and is a visitor favourite. Thank you for your inquiry and I hope this is useful.