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Places to Stay in Western Newfoundland

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Just returned from NFLD. Travelled from Channel Port aux Basque to ST. Anthany (West Coast) and just wanted to share some places we stayed.

1. Cariboo B&B http://www.bbcanada.com/2225.html

2. Trailsend Hospitality Home http://www.canadaselect.com/NewfoundlandandLabrador/WesternRegion/TrailsendHospitalityHome.cfm

3. The Tickle Inn http://www.canadaselect.com/NewfoundlandandLabrador/AccommodationSearch/NewfoundlandandLabradorAccommodationSearch.cfm

Do not overlook these because they are 2 1/2 stars, They are excellent places to stay. The first two are fairly new very clean and excellent in all ways.
The third being the Tickle Inn is an old place but very well kept and the most wonderfull atmosphere you will find.
It is a Bed and Breakfast but when you book it you can book to have your evening meal there and I do reccomend it. It is a full 3 course meal for $18.50 each and a wonderfull experience.
Warren Sheridan
Annapolis Royal, NS

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