We had a large room with a separate seating area on the main floor. Just outside our door there was an area to sit with a coffee. We ate in the dining room one evening and had a lovely meal; breakfast was a choice of several hot items all well prepared. It was a good spot for exploring Gros More. There was a pharmacy/grocery/goods store across the road. Quiet and clean.
Friendly greeting upon arrival and pleasant check in. We were quite pleased with the spacious room, we had a perfectly comfortable two night stay there. We booked our evening meal at the restaurant on site and were impressed with the atmosphere, service and quality of food. Please try the whisky maple glazed Salmon...you won’t be sorry! DELICIOUS!
On Friday August 16th, 2019, my wife and I arrived late afternoon at our booked destination, the 11-guest room Sugar Hill Inn, situated at 129 Main Street North in Norris Point NL. For checking in, we were welcomed by the owner at the front desk. He provided us with information about the Inn and said that we were being roomed outside the Inn in the cottage Room #11. As we got there, we noticed that the room was stuffy and warm, and a large bug was crawling on the radiator. The room was small compared to other larger rooms at the Inn. Wi-Fi was not very strong, so we did not use it. The air conditioning system was a bit noisy but did handle the entire room. The hot tub in the main building was available to us at 9:00 pm but was locked so we had to go up and ask someone in the dining room to come and unlock the place for us. The water temperature of the tub was way to high at 103 f and we could not lower it, so we did not stay. Next morning the self-serve continental buffet breakfast was just OK. Instead of the cottage Room #11 at $242.00 for one night, we would have preferred a standard room inside, however, for the price, quality, service and noise factor, we would rate our stay at the cottage as 3 stars.…
we stayed here one night and thoroughly enjoyed our short stay. There is a hot tub on site and a very good restaurant with a tucked-away lounge off the dining room. Our room was small, but had a wonderful walk in closet with refrigerator. Everything was very clean. We changed our room type upon arrival and the front desk attendant was extremely accommodating - offering to show us several vacant rooms. We ended up taking a less expensive room type which was perfect and they were happy to make the change for us.
We stayed here for 2 nights before flying home out of Deer Lake. Our room was large, bathroom was nice, too. However, my husband and I had allergic reactions to the perfume in the sheets and towels. The housekeeping staff did change the linens, after rewashing them in water. Our room was ready again around 4 pm. Dinner was quite delicious, and well-served. Breakfast buffet was fine, hot and cold choices , but we were surprised there was no table service, with the price of our stay. The Inn is situated in the hills,but there are no views looking onto this beautiful area, the land/parking lots around the Inn are mostly gravelled, with a bit of garden, and a couple of raised beds. There is a good pharmacy with a small quilt shop across the road.
My husband and I stayed at Sugar Hill for 3 nights while visiting Gros Morne National Park. Our room was very nice and clean with a separate sitting area which we really appreciated. However I found several things disappointing. First - location. While very convenient to all of Gros Morne, there was no view of the harbor or the mountains. Not a big deal, just surprised. Second - On day two we came back to our room at 5 pm to shower and go out for dinner and the room had only been partially cleaned. Fresh towels were on the night stand, not in the the bathroom. The trash had not been emptied. Dirty glasses were still on the bureau. I went to the front desk and the women said they hadn't finished yet - at 5pm? I told her we needed to get ready for dinner and not to bother. Third and most disappointing was breakfast. One of the joys of staying at a small inn or B&B is breakfast. Sugar Hill’s breakfast is what I would expect at a 2-star chain motel. All three mornings it was the same – scrambled eggs, baked beans and potatoes. No breakfast meat offered. Cereal in plastic tubs. Instant oatmeal packets. Muffins that were burnt. The only good thing was the sliced bread for toast. So I ate peanut butter on toast every morning. Considering what they charge for a room, they should be embarrassed to offer such an inferior breakfast.…
My husband and I stayed at this hotel during our first trip to Newfoundand in June/July 2019. What a great spot! Our room was lovely with all the luxuries of a high end resort! Our dinner in the restaurant was superb! In fact, it was the best meal of our 10 day trip to this province. Definitely would recommend this place and we will stay here if we come back to Newfoundland. I can't say enough about our dinner and the service! Breakfast the next morning did not disappoint and we took advantage of the offer of a bagged lunch for our travel the next day. It too was delicious!
We stayed three nights while exploring Gros Morne and enjoyed our visit a great deal. Our room was spacious, spotless, and comfortable. We visited during the shoulder season, so the restaurant wasn't open and the hot tub was under repair. But breakfasts were hot and offered a variety of choice buffet-style. Always freshly baked items. Staffers were friendly and helpful, even setting up a reservation with a tour boat company. There are some nice public spaces within the inn for visiting with groups. The inn is a few minutes uphill from Norris Point, with a lovely forest behind it, and a short drive to Rocky Harbor. Highly recommended.
This is a pleasant, quiet, clean B&B-style inn located near the Gros Morne National Park visitor’s center. Our king room was spacious with a comfortable bed. Breakfast is a buffet with a selection of fruit, cereal and scrambled eggs. The hotel’s restaurant was closed during our stay in May 2019. It was easy to drive through the entire national park from this location. There are restaurants located near this hotel and also in Rocky Harbour, a few miles away.
Just exploring and the inn looked charming— it was. A great place to stay lovely room with. Porch and a separate entrance. Great bed, and attractive room. They called it “continental” but breakfast had eggs and potatoes- my favorite- lots of fresh fruit. Staff was very helpful. I consider it a find.
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