Welcome to Long Beach House by Bonavista Vacation Homes
You'll fall in love with our gorgeous, totally restored, traditional Newfoundland Saltbox home nestled on the shores of picturesque Long Beach, Bonavista. It's just a short walk to the local theatre and restaurants, but the house itself is in a quiet and peaceful setting with an amazing ocean view. It’s perfect for getting some writing done or just taking a break from the hustle and bustle of life.
We recently restored this gem into a beach-themed getaway while preserving the original architecture of the home. There are two comfortable bedrooms and a fully-equipped kitchen that features a sweet breakfast bar where you can sip coffee while you read the newspaper in the morning. With fantastic walking trails nearby, you can get outside to enjoy the sweet smell of ocean salt in the air and later unwind in front of the fireplace in the charming living room.
Fully-equipped kitchen with all the cookware necessary to make a gourmet meal, and most importantly, a coffee maker.
Flat screen TV with cable and a functional fireplace in the living room, as well as a pull-out sleeper sofa to accommodate extra guests.
Single cot, highchair and playpen available; high-speed internet; washer and dryer.
Entire house. We are available by phone, text or email.
2-night minimum stay. Reduced rates available during the off season - from October to May.
Note: This home is a traditional saltbox style home and one of the features is the low ceiling height. Please be aware before booking that the ceilings are lower than normal and may not be suitable for very tall guests. Most do not find it to be an issue, but we like to inform our guests!
MORE THAN A COMFY BED AND SOFT PILLOW. WE OFFER AN EXPERIENCE.
The second-most magical place on earth
Charming vacation rentals in the serene town of Bonavista, Newfoundland where the waves are always rolling and the sweet smell of salt is always in the air. Feast your eyes on the most spectacular view of fishing boats and visiting whales and icebergs in the historic site of John Cabot's first landing in North America.