Discover a traditional Newfoundland dining experience with a beach boil up at our little red fishing shed. Located on the shores of beautiful Bonne Bay, and restored to its former glory, our fishing shed is an authentic example of the many that once dotted the isolated coastline, serving as safe havens for fishermen far from home. Guests can tour the old fishing shed and hear the stories from a time long forgotten held in the many unique items found inside.
If the weather is good our dining experience takes place right on the shore around a warm beach fire. Handmade benches, built by a local craftsmen from trees harvested nearby, provide seating for up to 18 people and offer a comfortable way to relax and eat while enjoying those famous vibrant Gros Morne sunsets. If the weather is bad, we'll cram inside the fishing shed and share in the cooking duties by the glow of the kerosene lamps. The waters in front of our little red fishing shed are extremely productive and healthy, and are often frequented by tuna, whales, porpoises and more.
After a busy day, our beach boil is great space to meet other visitors and discuss your trip. Learn from other guests about the best trails to hike and what locations are a must to check out. What better way to truly immerse oneself in an area's culture than with food. Food brings people together like nothing else, and sharing it with friends in the right environment makes for unforgettable memories.