Fogo Island Inn

Fogo Island Inn

4 Days / 3 Nights Newfoundland

Price from$4,335

Located on Fogo Island, a 45 minute ferry ride from Farewell on the main island of Newfoundland, the inn welcomes guests year-round into a spectacular North Atlantic setting. The inn combines warm Fogo Island hospitality, traditions and local craftsmanship with contemporary architecture and amenities. This retreat is a gathering place for guests, artists and locals alike, offering local cuisine infused with leading edge culinary practises. Facilities include: restaurant, lobby bar, rooftop woodfired saunas and hot tubs, gym and yoga space, contemporary art gallery, library and reading room, cinema, bicycle rental.

This award-winning Inn is operated as a social business, is a community asset and 100% of the operating surpluses are reinvested into the community.

Getting there By Car and Ferry: The Inn is located on Fogo Island. To get to the island, you can either drive 417 kms from St John's or 85 kms from Gander to the ferry terminal in Farewell on Newfoundland's main island. After a 45 minute ferry ride a short 27km drive leads you to the inn.

Air Access: Charter flights are available from Halifax, St. John's, Deer Lake and Gander upon request.

Your itinerary is as flexible as you want it to be.

Fogo Island is big and small - big enough to be interesting, yet small enough to get to know. It has been called a welcoming wilderness. Each of our seven seasons provides a different perspective for getting to know us, our island and perhaps yourself. With hot summers, snowy winters, spectacular ice season, hopeful spring, trap berth season and the world's best berry picking in the fall.

ALL SEASONS There many things to do here that can be enjoyed all year-round. Explore the Backwestern Shore, take walks with Make and Break - our Newfoundland dogs, enjoy boatbuilding orientations, craft programs, stargazing, a trip to Change Island, card playing, a day with the chef, bread making and Fogo Island Inn architecture. Exercise in our fitness room, relax and recharge in our rooftop sauna, surrender to our library, read by the fire, partake in an immersion in art, learn about outport furniture traditions and visit the very special Oliver's Cove.

WINTER (December - February) Winter is traditionally a time when Fogo Islanders gear-mend and retreat to the interior of the island. During the winter you can enjoy the many year-round activities noted above, in addition to storm watching & wave watching, skating, cabin visits, caribou watching, skidooing, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.

ICE (March) During Ice Season you can experience ice pan fun, skating, cabin visits, pond fishing or trouting, caribou watching, seal watching, skidooing, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.

SPRING (April - May) Spring is the perfect time for hiking, walking, ambling and backpacking. As well as iceberg watching (from the water, air, or shore), seabird watching (from the water or shore), rowing punts, a harbour punt tour, skipping stones, epic gales & waves, beach walking & rock collecting, bonfire nights, gardens & root cellars, caribou watching, bicycling and seal watching.

TRAP BERTH (June) In Trap Berth season enjoy hiking, walking, ambling and backpacking. As well as an orientation to the fisheries, smoking fish, iceberg watching (from the water, air, or shore), seabird watching (from the water or shore), rowing punts, a harbour punt tour, skipping stones, visits to Little Fogo Islands, beach walking & rock collecting, flowers, bonfire nights, gardens & root cellars and bicycling.

SUMMER (July - August) In the summer you can enjoy our ample hiking, walking, ambling and backpacking. As well as an orientation to the fisheries, smoking fish, iceberg watching (from the water, air, or shore), foraging for mushrooms, berry picking, visits to little Fogo Islands, seabird watching (from the water or shore), rowing punts, a harbour punt tour, skipping stones, beach walking & rock collecting, touring the local museums, ocean fishing, an Indian Island bakeapple excursion, pond fishing or trouting, flowers, mussel digging, capelin scooping, bonfire nights, gardens & root cellars, ocean swimming,music festivals, Sandy Cove Beach, bicycling and ocean kayaking.

BERRY (September - October) Berry season is another beautiful time for hiking, walking, ambling and backpacking. You can also enjoy an orientation to the fisheries, bottling & canning, smoking fish, foraging for mushrooms, berry picking, visits to little Fogo Islands, seabird watching (from the water or shore), rowing punts, a harbour punt tour, skipping stones, beach walking & rock collecting, ocean fishing, pond fishing or trouting, bonfire nights, gardens & root cellars, caribou watching,the Northern lights, Sandy Cove Beach, bicycling and ocean kayaking.

LATE FALL (November) In late fall can enjoy all of our year-round activities, plus bottling & canning, smoking fish, seabird watching (from the water or shore), skipping stones, epic gales & waves, bonfire nights, gardens & root cellars, caribou watching and the Northern lights.

Accommodation packages include: • 3 nights accommodation in your selected suite • Welcome snack, daybreak breakfast tray every morning, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea,snacks, supper and non-alcoholic beverages • Use of the inn's facilities • Nightly turndown service • 24 hour room service • Complimentary wireless Internet • Complimentary bicycle rental • All land-based excursions by local hosts (confirmed on the day of check-in) • Storm weather gear and rubber boots for purchase or for use • Gratuities and service charges

Labrador Suites: Panoramic views of the North Atlantic, floor to ceiling windows, which open. Located on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd floor, the rooms are individually decorated with locally handcrafted furnishings and textiles. The bathrooms have a shower, heated towel rack, heated toilet seat with built in bidet and locally sourced toiletries, robes and slippers. Some have a wood stove.

Newfoundland Suites: Panoramic views of the North Atlantic, floor to ceiling windows, which open. Located on the 3rd or 4th floor, the rooms are individually decorated with locally handcrafted furnishings and textiles and a wood stove. The bathrooms have a shower, heated towel rack, heated toilet seat with built in bidet and locally sourced toiletries, robes and slippers.

Fogo Island Suites: The suites are spectacular and as varied as Fogo Island itself. Among them are two large corner suites for two persons. These are retreats within the Inn; one oriented to the west, offering direct views of Fogo Head and panoramic sunsets from your soaker tub; the other a cantilevered retreat; hovering over the two-storey stilts oriented to the east; a perfect viewing spot for the fishing boats in and out of Joe Batt's Arm. Both of the corner suites have soaker tubs. Family-sized suites are also available within the Fogo Island suite category. These suites offer possibilities for up to three or four persons. There are two king sized beds that can be configured as twins; suites with an adjoining feeling; generous and flexible spirits that can also be configured with a sitting room, a second bedroom or a workspace. All have a bath, walk-in shower and wood stove and some have an extra washroom.

Pricing (per person) $AUD

Type TWIN SINGLE

2019

Labrador Suites

14 Feb - 31 May

1 Jun - 30 Sep

1 Oct - 31 Dec

Newfoundland Suites

14 Feb - 31 May

1 Jun - 30 Sep

1 Oct - 31 Dec

Fogo Island Suites

14 Feb - 31 May

1 Jun - 30 Sep

1 Oct - 31 Dec

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$4,335

$5,146

$4,335

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$4,996

$5,928

$4,996

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$6,311

$7,492

$6,311

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$7,573

$9,193

$7,573

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$8,892

$10,756

$8,892

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$11,525

$13,888

$11,525

Departs

2019 Departures Daily 14 Feb - 31 Dec

Booking conditions

• 50% non-refundable deposit due prior to booking • Minimum 2 night stay 14 Feb - 31 May and 1 Oct - 31 Dec • Minimum 3 night stay 1 Jun - 30 Sep

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