bonavista living vacation rentals

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THE FORD TAVERN

1864 Heritage Home

$290 per night

Weekly & Off Season Rates Available

HOUSE DETAILS

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A quick list of the main features of this vacation home. See below for further amentiies.

Accommodates
Bedrooms
BEDS
BathroomS
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BEDROOM 1 - QUEEN

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CHECK-IN 3:00 PM

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BEDROOM 2 - QUEEN

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CHECK-OUT 10:00 AM

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BEDROOM 3 - QUEEN

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FREE WIFI

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FREE PARKING

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NO PETS

A PERFECT RETREAT

 

This cozy and unique home has everything available for your vacationing needs. Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat, business stay or a great family holiday. With panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean it is a fantastic spot for iceberg viewing in the spring and whale watching in summer.

The property is 2 minutes' walk from the Ryan Premises National Historic Site of Canada and 8 minutes' walk from Church Street, the heart of Bonavista where you will find a variety of local artisan shops and eateries. Cape Bonavista is 10 minutes' drive away.

PRICES

$290

NIGHTLY
(2 NIGHT MIN STAY)

$1,890

WEEKLY
(7 NIGHT STAY)

Off season rates are: $240 per night; $1,575 per week.

Off season rates are available between October 1 - May 11. All prices are based on a 6 person occupancy.

Prices do not include tax and fees.

 

AMENTIES

TAKE A CLOSER LOOK

THE ULTIMATE OCEANFRONT VIEW

HISTORY OF THE ROBERT FORD TAVERN

The Ford Tavern or the Sweetland House, as it is locally known, is adjacent to Bonavista Harbour along John Cabot Drive. Today, many of the original architectural details on the exterior have been restored, from original paintings /artworks and photos dated to the 1890's and 1940's – 50's, we know that the home had unique embellishments.

The interior of the home remains far more intact with significant original features present which include; the staircase, trims and most unique, a fully intact tavern with wicket, bar / counter, and shelves. It is the last remaining building of its style within the region; public house / boarding house with built in shop.

This house was owned by the Robert Ford family in the mid 1800's. It was originally built as a “Public House” with rooms for rent upstairs. Oral history from the Canaille neighbourhood of Bonavista suggests it functioned as a "gentleman's saloon'.

Visit www.bonavistacreative.com  to read a complete history of the Linthorne building and view photos of the restoration process.

REVIEWS

“If 10 was Perfect - this place is a 20!!! EXCELLENT. We can't think of anything this place is missing!”
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Remie R.
Lakewood, California
“Stunning views. Everything was picture perfect, beds were very comfortable and the place was very clean. ”
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Lois C.
Arlington, Virginia
"Awesome little gem! Charming, spacious, and well equipped. We had the best nights sleep ever!
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Belinda S.
Castlegar, Canada

ABOUT US

We offer our guests the ability to stay in the area’s finest restored heritage homes. You'll find exposed beams, a tasteful mix of vintage and modern furnishings, local art hanging on the walls, wine glasses in the cabinet — and your friends & family relaxing in the living room. We offer you a home in our hometown.

CONTACT INFO

Bonavista, NL    A0C 1B0
  • 1-888-963-8282
  • info@russelltowninn.com