"Sunny yellow, cherry red, turquoise blue—St. Johns’ pop-art-colored houses, collectively known as Jellybean Row, look especially awe-inspiring clustered in the cliffs of this atmosphere-drenched coastal neighborhood just outside downtown..." Condé Nast Traveler, February 2016, and calls the Battery the most "Beautiuful Place in Canada..."
The Battery is a culturally rich neighbourhood in St. John's and retains the look and character of a 19th century fishing village despite its city location. Hipditch House is a coastal home on St. John's harbour and shares the property line with Signal Hill national park. You will be staying in the best location in the City. It has door-step access to the Signal Hill hiking and walking trails. Nestled in the cliffs of the Battery Village, Hipditch House is just three minutes from downtown by car and ten minutes by foot. It has a deck with panoramic views of the harbour and city skyline along with a southern exposure that provides sunshine all day long with fantastic sunsets in the evening. The house is over 100 years old and has been restored to a quirky coastal theme. It has been featured in numerous design and lifestyle magazines which can be seen in the NEWS section of our website.
- 2 minute walk to Fort Waldegrave Lookout
- 7 minute walk to downtown Sheraton Hotel
- 7 minute walk to Duckworth St. Restaurants
- 10 minute walk to Water St Shopping
- 15 minute walk to Duke of Duckworth Pub
- Ultra-comfortable beds, premium pillow top mattress
- 400+ thread-count Egyptian cotton bed linens
- Premium brand small kitchen appliances
- Fully-equiped laundry
- Professional pre-arrival cleaning
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"...The Best Seat In The Harbour. The jaw dropping view, the quiet serenity, the glorious deck, and the beautiful winding paths all add up to a stay that has to be experienced to believe. Here is the resting place for the weary jet lagged modern soul. A trip that feeds head and heart..." Al Rae, Artistic Director, Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Winnipeg Comedy Festival