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Home in Twillingate
Oceanfront Carriage Hill Cottage
Nestled on the ocean's edge, overlooking a quiet cove sits this completely renovated one bed (+ pull out), one bath open-concept home. The home has large windows filling it with natural light and offering expansive ocean views. Across the back of the home is a huge deck where you can listen to the sounds of the ocean while watching the waves dance with the rocky shoreline as local fishermen head out sea. The cottage is a short walk to a Rockcut trail head and only a few km to the heart of town.
$114 per night
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Guest suite in Twillingate
Drift Away Suite
Invigorate your soul & embark on a journey off the beaten path to awaken your senses. This harbourfront Jacuzzi Suite is nestled downtown & is perfect for family & couple getaways. Take a stroll along the harbour & experience our arts and culture. Feel the downtown vibe! Immerse yourself with nature & discover hidden coves & beaches on the coastal trails. Wake up in the morning to the sounds of seabirds & gaze at fishing boats going by. Discover, Explore, and Relax with Twillingate & Beyond!
$131 per night
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Cottage in Twillingate
(Yellow Cabin) Clara's Shoreline Getaway
Clara's Shoreline Getaway Everything you need to make your stay exciting and memorable. Enjoy sunsets from your personal deck, crashing waves, beachcombing or seashell hunting just feet away. Located in the middle of Twillingate within walking distance of most local amenities. Dinner Theatre, drinks, groceries, pharmacy and bank to name a few. Check calendar below to book your spot by the sea. Cabins include 1 private bedroom and 1 pullout couch, kitchen, living room and bathroom. Welcome !
$120 per night
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Stay near Twillingate's top sights

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Split Rock Brewing Co.18 locals recommend
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Annie's Harbour Restaurant13 locals recommend
Photo of Twillingate/NWI Dinner Theatre
Twillingate/NWI Dinner Theatre17 locals recommend
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Crow's Nest Café17 locals recommend
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R & J Restaurant11 locals recommend
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Auk Island Winery19 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Twillingate

Cottage in Twillingate
(Red Cabin) Clara's Shoreline Getaway W/A
$120 per night
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Funky Frog
$113 per night
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Cottage in Twillingate
The Robins Nest Cottage (Blue)
$119 per night
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Cottage in Twillingate
The Robins Nest Cottage (Yellow)
$119 per night
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Cottage in Twillingate
Our cozy red cottage!! The Robins Nest.
$119 per night
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Tiny home in Twillingate
Yellow Tiny Home
$98 per night
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Chalet in Twillingate
Net Loft Cottage
$94 per night
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Hotel room in Twillingate
Hi Tides Hostel - Private Room 6
$74 per night
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Cottage in Twillingate
The Guest House at Wild Cove
$142 per night
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Rental unit in Twillingate
Great Auk Suite - Auk Island Winery
$131 per night
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Cottage in Twillingate
ABOVE DA ATLANTIC Newly Renovated
$104 per night
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Private room in Twillingate
Harbour Lights Inn Blue Oceanside Suite
$113 per night

Your guide to Twillingate

All About Twillingate

Twillingate is a small town on northeastern Canada’s South Twillingate Island, a remote corner of the Newfoundland and Labrador province where steep grass-covered hills meet dramatic, rocky coves in the Notre Dame Bay. Running alongside Twillingate’s rugged coastline, you will find dozens of hiking trails, such as the French Beach Trail starting at a pebble-covered shoreline, passing discrete coves, and ending at green hilltops with panoramic views of the island. For nearly half of the year, you can spot melting icebergs and a mix of minke and humpback whales migrating across the bay waters from Twillingate’s many nature paths.

As you explore Twillingate, you will see remnants of its past as one of the oldest ports in Newfoundland. The Isles Wooden Boat Museum showcases how cod fishers and residents throughout history crafted boats strong enough to stay afloat in the Atlantic Ocean and Notre Dame Bay. Camouflaged in Twillingate’s terrain, historic root cellars are hidden throughout the area, representing the once-necessary way to store food during cold winters hundreds of years ago. There are more than 230 cellars hidden within the hills, making for an intriguing self-created scavenger hunt during your visit.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Twillingate?

Twillingate has four distinct seasons, but can be overcast and humid. The summer is warm, and it’s one of the rainiest seasons of the year. In July, the town hosts the Fish, Fun, and Folk Festival with arts and crafts stalls, fresh local seafood, and live music. Autumn weather is chilly and crisp, and September is the height of the berry-picking season, with wild blueberries, cloudberries, and partridgeberries among the favorites this time of year.

Winters are freezing and humid, making it a great time to head indoors to one of the island’s historical sites. Consider visiting the Durrell Museum, featuring a polar bear exhibit and hundreds of artifacts, including cod fishing tools and antique sewing machines. Spring can be cool and pleasant, warming up near the end of the season. The best time for spotting icebergs near Twillingate’s coast begins in April and continues into the summer. Some of the best views are from Wild Cove Beach on the east side of South Twillingate Island.


What are the top things to do in Twillingate?

Sleepy Cove Trail to Long Point Lighthouse

A short drive north of Twillingate’s downtown, the Sleepy Cove Trail starts at a hilltop facing the cove’s curved shore, surrounded by dark cliff faces and fluffy balsam firs. As you begin the trail you’ll see old red and yellow machinery once used for copper mining. Follow the 2.6-mile tail to the final ascent to the 19th-century Long Point Lighthouse.

Twillingate Museum and Craft Shop

Housed in a 1915 building, the Twillingate Museum and Craft Shop offers a trip through the town’s history, with rooms filled with relics including old-fashioned stove tops and artifacts from the native Beothuk First Nations who first settled in Newfoundland. The craft shop portion of the museum sells traditionally handmade items like quilts, fishing boat replicas, and knitted clothing.

Top of Twillingate

Just south of town, the 1.6-mile Top of Twillingate Trail follows stretches of wooden boardwalks and meadows toward an 18-foot lookout tower with some of the best views of South Twillingate Island. After reaching the top, you can continue to the elevated Low Mist Pond loop trail.