Newfoundland Vacation Homes are testament to the vision and legacy of the late Brenda McIntyre. A gifted designer and entrepreneur who envisioned the potential for hospitality and tourism in the Port Rexton/ Trinity East area.
In 1999, she purchased her first property “Devil’s Cove”, a two-story Oceanview biscuit box nestled in scenic Port Rexton, it was lovingly restored and ready for guests by 2000. Later came “Eaglepeak”, an Oceanview biscuit box in Trinity East, restored in the same vein, it incorporates modern amenities with art and décor true to the traditional Newfoundland Outport experience.
The “Station House” and “Trail House”, two smaller more modern bungalows located at the entrance to the Skerwink Trail, opened in 2004.
In 2016, Brenda created the “Boathouse Loft”; an art deco haven tucked inside a traditional boathouse façade.
Early in 2018, Brenda and her partner purchased the Peace Cove Inn in Trinity East - true to her commitment to preserving the architectural tradition of the Outports and her desire to provide guests with comfort and modern amenities, she restored the century old building to create a five room Inn and Café.
Newfoundland Vacation Homes are designed with the discerning traveller in mind. High quality linens, well equipped kitchens, antiques, art, fine china and literature are just some of the touches that guild our properties.
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