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The Red House
The world famous red house right in the heart of Ferryland
Explore St. John's
St. John’s, located in Newfoundland, is a picturesque and vibrant city nestled on the eastern coast of Canada. Known for its stunning natural beauty, the city is characterized by colorful row houses lining hilly streets that overlook the vast Atlantic Ocean. St. John’s boasts a rich maritime history, evident in its historic architecture and bustling harbor, which was once a hub for fishing and trade.
The city is also a cultural hub, with a lively arts scene, music festivals, and a welcoming atmosphere that reflects the warmth of its residents. From exploring the dramatic landscapes of Signal Hill and Cape Spear to enjoying the lively pubs and local cuisine, St. John’s offers a unique blend of history, culture, and natural splendor that captures the hearts of visitors and residents alike.
In addition to its scenic charm, St. John’s is the capital and largest city of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada’s easternmost province. Its strategic location has historically made it an important center for shipping and trade, and this legacy can still be felt in the city’s diverse population and thriving economy.
With a mix of old-world charm and modern amenities, St. John’s is a captivating destination that offers a blend of outdoor adventure, maritime heritage, and a close-knit community spirit, all set against the backdrop of the breathtaking Atlantic coastline.
St. John’s, Newfoundland, has become an increasingly popular tourist destination, drawing visitors from around the world to experience its unique attractions and vibrant culture. The city’s natural wonders are a major draw, with visitors flocking to landmarks like Signal Hill and Cape Spear to take in sweeping views of the rugged coastline and witness the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The East Coast Trail offers hiking enthusiasts a chance to explore stunning coastal landscapes, secluded coves, and historical sites, while whale watching tours provide a thrilling opportunity to spot majestic marine creatures including humpback whales, orcas, and puffins.
The city’s charming downtown area is equally enticing, featuring a mix of colorful row houses, boutique shops, art galleries, and a bustling culinary scene that highlights Newfoundland’s unique cuisine. The George Street Festival, a renowned annual event, showcases local and international musical talent, while cultural festivals like the Royal St. John’s Regatta celebrate the city’s heritage and traditions.
The Rooms, a striking cultural center, houses an impressive collection of art, artifacts, and historical exhibits that provide insight into the region’s past. Whether exploring historic sites, enjoying the lively music scene, or simply strolling along the scenic waterfront, St. John’s offers a multifaceted and enriching tourism experience that leaves a lasting impression on all who visit.
Featured St. John's vacation rental
The Vista @ QV
A whole lot of luxury in the heart of Quidi Vidi Village
The Green House
One of the oldest houses in Ferryland, the Green House sits on the former farm lands of the Colony of Avalon, a stone-throw from the ocean. It has remained in the owner’s family for more than 60 years, continuously modernized and cared for through generations.
Come together as the family always did. Right from the kitchen table whale watch while telling stories of your explorations and discoveries in this heart of the Newfoundland Irish Loop and the Southern Shore. The Ferryland Green House is a historic stay!
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