bonavista living vacation rentals

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THE LINTHORNE LOFT

1924 Loft Style Apartment

$225 per night

Weekly & Off Season Rates Available

HOUSE DETAILS

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

Accommodates
Bedrooms
BEDS
Bathroom
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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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LIVING ROOM - ROLL-AWAY

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FREE WIFI

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FREE PARKING

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NO PETS

THE PERFECT LOCATION

Get away & explore all that Bonavista has to offer. Stay directly on Church Street, where everything is within easy walking distance. This historic 2 bedroom loft style apartment has a spacious living / dining area. Roll-away available. Free WiFi. A flat-screen TV & Netflix. Towels & bed linens are provided, along with all kitchenware and appliances (microwave, toaster, coffee maker, fridge & stove) - all you need for the perfect vacation.

The Loft is located on the second floor on a restored 1924 heritage building. On the first floor are two local businesses, Sweet Rock Ice Cream and Tree Line Fine Art and Craft.

PRICES

$225

NIGHTLY
(2 NIGHT MIN STAY)

$1300

WEEKLY
(7 NIGHT STAY)

Off season rates are: $175 per night; $1050 per week.

Off season rates are available between October 1 - May 11. All prices are based on a 4 person occupancy. An extra $10 charge will apply for an extra guest and use of the roll-away cot. Prices do not include tax and fees.

AMENTIES

TAKE A CLOSER LOOK

HISTORY OF THE LINTHORNE BUILDING

Herbert John Linthorne, (Bert) was born in 1889 at Bonavista. In 1924 he married Lizzie Groves. At the age of 14, Herbert left for California. While there he built, restored and sold houses. After his return to Newfoundland, now in his early thirties, he built a home in Bonavista in a similar style he learned to build while in California. This style of building was unusual for Bonavista. It housed his own general store on the ground floor and an apartment style home on the second floor. When Herbert first opened his general store in 1924, he dealt mainly in dry goods and hardware but he also had a side business as a salmon exporter. In 1966 Herbert daughter, Marguerite was asked to rent the first floor space which previously occupied her father’s business in order to develop the Bonavista Museum. In 1997 the Bonavista Museum moved to a new location at the Ryan Premises National Historic Site and Marguerite retired from her position as Bonavista Museum curator. For many years the building remained unoccupied until Bonavista Creative purchased the building in 2015 to preserve its historical significance and unique style of architecture. Visit www.bonavistacreative.com  to read a complete history of the Linthorne building and view photos of the restoration process.

REVIEWS

“Loved it! Completely redone interior in perfect condition. Everything is there you'd need. Would definitely stay again.”
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Peter S.
Kelowna, Canada
“Truly relaxing, very clean, fully equipped, beautiful, & well-designed loft. We really had an enjoyable time”
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Susan M.
Halifax, Canada
"Great place, great location. The house was perfect for our family. There is also 2 amazing shops right downstairs!!”
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Carly D.
Venice, Italy

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