Fogo Island Inn
Fogo Island Inn is a unique award-winning retreat perched on stilts hugging the North Atlantic coastline on the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland. Welcoming guests all year-round the inn has been carefully designed around the rugged landscape and combines warm Fogo Island hospitality, traditions and local craftsmanship with contemporary architecture and amenities.
How to get there: The closest international airport is Gander, Newfoundland. From here, it’s a 2½ hour car & ferry ride to the Inn. If you prefer not to drive, we can arrange a car transfer service in conjunction with the lodge, we’d be happy to discuss transfer options with you when you call.
Fogo Island Inn
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Situated along Iceberg Alley, all 29 suites have floor-to-ceiling views onto the wildest and most powerful ocean on the planet. All suites showcase the richness of their locality and clearly express a modern take on traditional Newfoundland outport design and décor. The Inn’s architecture is bold, optimistic, and distinctly of this place. Keep watch for whales and icebergs from the rooftop hot tub, relax in the in-house cinema or snuggle down with a book in the library but don’t forget that Fogo Island itself is just waiting to explored.
One of the Inn’s most iconic spaces, the Dining Room features a dramatic vaulted ceiling and looks out over the ocean with views of the community of Barr’d Islands in the distance. Depending on the season, from the Dining Room you can watch icebergs bobbing in the waves, whales breaching offshore, or enjoy a front-row view of a savage North Atlantic gale.
Fogo Island has seven seasons, each provides a different perspective for getting to know the island. Seasons consist of warm summers, snowy winters, a spectacular ice season, hopeful spring, trap berth season, the world’s best berry picking in the early fall, and a stormy and emotional late autumn.