Icebergs, Whales & Boat Tours
A boat tour is one of the true gems of a visit to Twillingate. Stunning photo opportunities abound with majestic icebergs, as well as humpbacks, fins, minkes and pilot whales.
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Winery, Brewery & Dining
Twillingate has a local winery (Auk Island Winery), a brewery (Split Rock Brewery) and many dining options available including our very own Annie’s Harbour Restaurant. By staying at our Inn, guests can enjoy dining discounts at Annie’s Harbour Restaurant. LINK HERE: http://anniesrestaurant.ca/
Beautiful Shorelines & Scenery
Twillingate embodies everything so many Newfoundland and Labrador outports are famous for the stunningly-rugged coastline, historical, picturesque streets, lush countryside roads and amazing trails as listed in Reader’s Digest.
Twillingate has several options for visitors interested in exploring museums including the Twillingate Museum, the Durrell Museum, a Wooden Boat Builders Museum and other smaller type attractions.
Lighthouse & Long Point
The Long Point Lighthouse soars over 300 feet above sea level atop a cliff named Devil’s Cove Head. It was built of stone in 1875 and is 47 feet tall. One of the more photographed locations in Twillingate, this lookout allows thousands of visitors every year to enjoy a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. It is not uncommon to see icebergs, whales, seals and sea birds while standing on the platform that overlooks the cliffs and ocean.