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Getting here is easy, leaving is the hard part.
Newfoundland Vacation Homes are located in the communities of Port Rexton and Trinity East in an area known as Trinity Bight on the east coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Click for Travel Routes to and from NewfoundlandVisitors can access Newfoundland via air or ferry. Newfoundland is approximately 3 hours by air from New York and Toronto, and 5 hours from London, England. There are international airports at St. John's (our capital city), and at Gander. Car rentals are
available at the two locations (advance reservations are highly recommended). There is public transportation available from St. John's to Port Rexton.

Marine Atlantic's ferry service brings passengers and vehicles to two ports - Port Aux Basques and Argentia.

Directions to Trinity Bight
Take the Trans Canada Highway to Clarenville. Follow Route 230 or 230A (Discovery Trail) north towards Bonavista. Approximately 40 minutes from Clarenville you will pass the signs for Trinity. Just beyond that you will come to Port Rexton.
Turn right at the sign to Trinity East.

On to Eagle Peak
After turning off Route 230 at the sign for Trinity East.

  • Follow the paved road up the hill, past the school and then the church, and by the fishing wharves. About 300-400 yards beyond the Peace Cove Inn, the paved road takes a sharp turn to the right and then to the left.
  • At this point you will see a red garage on your right and Eagle Peak is the green house with the yellow trim.
  • Just beyond the house turn right-there is level access at the back of the house.

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    On to Devil's Cove
    After turning off Route 230 at the sign for Trinity East.
  • Turn left at the first paved road opposite from Sherwood Suites.
  • Just beyond the Post Office and the Church, turn right at the “T” and follow the paved road only as it winds through the outport past the harbour and turns sharply right
  • Devil’s Cove is 300-400 yards ahead on the left in front of the “knob hill”. Devil’s Cove is the grey 2-story with cream trim and a smaller similar building beside it

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    On to Skerwink Station and Trail House
    After turning off Route 230 at the sign for Trinity East.
  • Follow the paved road for exactly 2 km--(up the hill--past the school--down the hill) Watch for red cottage (Station House) on your left. The yellow cottage (Trail House) is hard to see from the road.
  • If you pass the church, you've gone too far!
  • Turn in the lane to the left of the sign for Skerwink Trail-a very sharp turn.
  • For the Station House(red) park by the back door next to the house.
  • For the Trail House (yellow) drive through the gateway in the fence and park in the courtyard.

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