Bonavista - Thomas Mouland House
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"Nothing better than being on the deck with a feed of crab from the Bonavista fish plant, a few beers, and countless whales..."
- Three hours from St. John's
- Three bedrooms, two facing the ocean plus kitchen daybed
- Located in the historic Mockbeggar Neighbourhood, five minute walk from downtown Bonavista
- Laundry facility on premises
- BBQ and deck with ocean views
- Walk to Walkham's Gate Pub
- Minutes from Bonavista Lighthouse
- Featured in Romantic Homes Magazine
- Featured over five times in HOUZZ, the leading magazine for design enthusiasts and architects
This coastal home you will stay at was named after its original owner who survived the great Newfoundland Sealing disaster of 1914. The Thomas Mouland House is celebrated for both age and architecture. With the assistance of the Bonavista Historical Society, the home was relocated across the street and restored, still residing in the historic Mockbeggar neighbourhood of Bonavista, the province's largest fishing village still in operation (pop. 3000). The home's 'new' site is located on the Discovery Trail—about three hours from St. John's—and its structural integrity has been beautifully preserved.
With the exception of a few necessary alterations, the home's interior remains intact. Guests will find three bedrooms, two of them ocean-facing—as well as a daybed in the kitchen for those after-dinner snoozes. The Thomas Mouland House is a five minute walk from Walkham's Gate Pub-- a daily visit and basecamp for most CapeRace travelers.