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Sleepy Noggin is nestled within the heart of Twillingate – “The Iceberg Capital of the World” and one of the oldest fishing ports in Newfoundland. Explore our coastline, see the whales and stay for the internationally known Fish, Fun and Folk Festival!

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Newfoundland Hospitality

Sleepy Noggin offers all you need for your stay in Twillingate with quiet, clean, comfortable rooms and surroundings. We can provide our guests with information on walking trails, nearby adventures, iceberg finding, boat tours, places to eat, points of interest, nightly entertainment and more. Our beautiful, modernly decorated rooms can accommodate most requirements. Our establishment is child-friendly and provides free parking with the option of storage for motorcycles and/or bicycles.

Rooms

The Waterman Room

The Waterman Room is located on the second floor of the Bed & Breakfast.

Price: $130.00 per night double occupancy.

Free Wireless Internet
Full Breakfast
Non-Smoking
Cable TV
No Pets
Ensuite Bathroom
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The Mutford Room

This Queen room is located on the second floor of the Bed & Breakfast with beautiful ocean views.

Price: $120.00 per night.

Free Wireless Internet
Full Breakfast
Non-Smoking
Cable TV
No Pets
Ensuite Bathroom
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The Scott Room

The Scott Room is located on the first floor of the Bed & Breakfast.

Price: $120.00 per night double occupancy.

Free Wireless Internet
Full Breakfast
Non-Smoking
Cable TV
No Pets
Ensuite Bathroom
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The Mitchell Room

This Queen room is located on the ground floor of the Bed & Breakfast.

Price: $120.00 per night.

Free Wireless Internet
Full Breakfast
Non-Smoking
Cable TV
No Pets
Ensuite Bathroom
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Location

Sleepy Noggin is located in Durrell, Twillingate, Newfoundland. The town itself is located off the northeastern shore of the island in an area known as Notre Dame Bay. It’s just a short drive away from the central area, five hours from St. John’s, just over an hour from Gander and roughly seven hours from the Channel-Port aux Basques ferry.

As for the B&B, it is located close to what was once the heart of the town during the old days of the fishery. Within minutes walking distance are fishing stages, museums, a winery, a gift shop and numerous hiking trails, both challenging and friendly. Also, close by are boat tours and other attractions.

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