My wife and I stayed for two nights at the Triple Rose and used it as our base for exploring the tip of the Northern Peninsula. Kathy, the hostess and co-owner, is the most gracious person and helpful with everything (she grew up about five miles down the road). It is not the typical B&B in someone's home. It is more like a small hotel, with the building having been converted to lodging (five rooms, all with private bath) and renovated about 8 years ago. It also hosts St. Anthony's visitor information center, which is quite convenient. The place is spotlessly clean. There is a large, open breakfast area and a sitting room with three couches and TV outside the five bedrooms. Breakfast included home-baked breads, scones and muffins to go with cold cereal, juice, coffee and tea (and you can ask for seconds). There is a washer and dryer ($2 per load). Location is right on Route 430 (the Viing Trail) at the turnoff for L'Anse aux Meadows. I have only two criticisms: the rooms are small (about the size of a bedroom in a typical ranch house), and the wi-fi service comes and goes. But I would gladly stay there again.
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- Triple Rose Bed & Breakfast St. Anthony, Newfoundland