Heritage bed and breakfast inn nestled in the heart of Trinity. This early 19th Century restored home of Newfoundland's first native bishop has 9 tastefully appointed guestrooms with ensuites. Located next door to main sister property, the Eriksen Premises.
Built sometime at the turn of the 19th century, it is one of the oldest standing homes in Trinity and was the childhood home of Newfoundland's first native-born Anglican Bishop, Bishop William Charles White.
The Bishop White room boasts bay windows, an old fashioned bathtub and the very same four-poster wooden bed used by the bishop himself over a century ago. The attic common room runs the full length of the building and the parlour has a classic tin ceiling.
You will be taken by the elegance and character, your soul buoyed by a rich taste of 19th century colonial culture. Light shines in through the windows here in ways you just don't see anymore. Relaxing here sets a special tone, a tone that recalls a more peaceful, reflective era.
Full and Hearty Breakfast
Seasons Open: May-Oct
Range of Rates: $100-125