Quiet and Serene
What a great spot to start and end your day of exploring.Check Availability
During May and June the icebergs are always on the move. Sometimes they linger to August.Check Availability
Relax and enjoy the views from the front deck or the chairs on the beach.Check Availability
Our hearty breakfast will fuel you for a day of hiking, boat tours and exploring. Then come home and relax on the deck while you enjoy a spectacular Newfoundland sunset.Check Availability
Spring – Fall Rates
May 1st thru 20th & October 1st thru 15th, 2020
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Captain’s Legacy is a 4 1/2 * bed and breakfast located in beautiful Hart’s Cove overlooking Twillingate Harbour. Enjoy the comfort and warm hospitality of our charming century old home. After a day of hiking, icebergs, whales, boat rides, museums and exploring, sit and relax on our deck with a glass of wine or a cup of tea and take in the views and fresh air.
We now offer gift certificates for those special occasions! Anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, Christmas or any other special occasion. Just give us a call and we can put a package together for you.
Once the home of the late Captain Peter Troake who sailed the MV Christmas Seal testing for tuberculosis in the outports around Newfoundland and Labrador. The home was built in the 1880’s by the late Ephraim Jacobs and features beautiful tin ceilings on the main floor. It also maintains the original handcrafted millwork.
|The Captain’s QuartersView room||The Elizabethan
A three day stay is truly a minimum stay to enjoy all that the Islands of Twillingate have to offer.
Originally named Toulinguet by the French who fished here in the 1500s, fishermen from England settled here in the 1600s and changed the name to Twillingate. Steeped in history, there are a number of heritage buildings, museums, boat tours, gift stores, art galleries and restaurants. You can also find live entertainment every night of the week in season at different venues.
*Icebergs and Whales *Spectacular Coastal Trails *Sea Kayaking *Photography *Root Cellars *Festivals *Seafood *Beach Combing