Our rooms feature quality beds, firm mattresses, homemade quilts and 100% pressed cotton linens for a good night’s sleep. Bedrooms are furnished with locally-made furniture and antiques. We use eco-friendly cleaning and make our own soaps. Feel free to be at home in the living quarters, enjoy plenty of reading material, play board games or watch local film productions on the living room television.
Rooms may be available year-round, with advance reservation. Two night minimum stay is generally required for advance bookings.
Rates: $150 for a single night stay, where available. Save 5% ($7.50) on bookings of three or more nights. Discounted rates for multiple night stays apply only to bookings where guests reserve the same room for the duration of their stay. Our rates include a gourmet breakfast for two, but do not include taxes (H.S.T. 15%). We charge $25 for an additional guest. We deduct $10 from the room rate for a single guest. Off-peak rates are in effect until May and are as follows: $125 for a single night stay; $99 per night when staying two or more nights.
We provide guests with our own homemade soaps. Please visit the Saltbox Soaps Facebook page for more information.
Please also see our Policies.
Overlooking the harbour and town park through beautiful rounded dormer windows, our Harbourview Room, features a fireplace, two twin beds and private bath. The bathroom is directly adjacent to bedroom with shower, no tub. The two doors meet in the corner at the end of the hallway, so one step into the hall gets you from bed to bath.
Our rates include a gourmet breakfast, which we serve at a collective table in our dining room. We gladly accommodate special requests, including gluten-free and vegetarian diets. Our breakfasts always include fresh fruit, often served with our homemade granola and organic yogourt, locally-roasted coffee, a hot entree, and sometimes freshly baked muffins or Eric's mom's famous Newfoundland "raisin buns". Some of our favourite recipes include eggs benny on rosti potato; wild blueberry pancakes (we pick the berries ourselves); cherry-cheese blintzes with homemade rosehip syrup; asparagus and mushroom strata; frittata du jour; french toast with ricotta, pecans and a rooibos tea syrup. No matter what we serve it's hearty and healthy and will set you up for a busy and active day.
While Trinity offers beautiful architecture, a perfect place for an end-of-day stroll, and a wonderful place to relax with a stack of books, a bottle of wine, a pot of tea, or good company, the natural wonders and tourist sights have a season. If you come in June, you’ll see wild lupins in the millions. In late August or September you’ll find wild blueberries growing trailside. The whales follow the capelin. Time your trip according to what you want to see, or, if you prefer to travel as the wind blows you, travel before mid-June or after Labour Day, when accommodations are more open.
Rising Tide Theatre
Home From The Sea
Historic Port Union and the Coaker Foundation
Trinity Historical Society
Trinity Historical Walking Tours
English Harbour Arts Centre