Thomas Mouland House, Bonavista

"Nothing better than relaxing on the deck with a bucket of crab from the Bonavista fish plant, a few beers, and countless whales & birds..."
  • Located in the historic downtown Mockbeggar neighbourhood of Bonavista
  • Three hour drive from St. John's
  • BBQ and deck with ocean views
  • Walk to Walkham's Gate Pub, short drive to Bonavista lighthouse
  • Queen + double + 2 twins
  • Laundry facility on premises
  • Featured in Romantic Homes Magazine and over five times in HOUZZ, the leading magazine for design enthusiasts and architects

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This coastal home 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. The home was restored in 2006, and resides in the historic Mockbeggar neighbourhood of Bonavista, the province's largest fishing village still in operation. (pop 3000) It is located on the Discovery Driving Trail, three hours from St. John's. With the exception of a few necessary alterations, the structural integrity has been beautifully preserved. The Thomas Mouland House is a four minute walk from Walkham's Gate Pub & Restaurant, a daily visit and sometimes basecamp for most CapeRace travelers. Featured in Romantics Home magazine.

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