The 4-star Quirpon Island Lighthouse Hotel perches you right alongside migrating whales and floating icebergs. On its rocky, mossy and barren island, the lighthouse is exposed to the storms and winds of the Atlantic. Ride them out in the dining room with some hot chocolate and home-made bakeapple pie, safe with the knowledge that lighthouses are built to survive hurricane-force gales and monster waves.
Length of Trip : 1-2 nights or longer
Cost : Contact Quirpon Island for the latest rates. Includes boat transfers to and from the lighthouse, and all meals
Best time to go : The Lighthouse is open May to September
Wheelchair friendly : No
Family friendly : Yes
Where to eat : Your rate includes home-made dinners. There are several restaurants located on the Viking Trail, usually serving fresh seafood.
Official Site : www.linkumtours.com
Where to Stay : Quirpon Island Lighthouse
Getting There : The lighthouse is located on Quirpon Island at the northernmost tip of Newfoundland: follow the signs to Quirpon on the Viking Trail, 5 km before L’ Anse aux Meadows. Quirpon is tiny and you’ll be able to find the dock easy.
Note from Robin : The Lighthouse has been upgraded to 4-stars by Canada Select, with additional boardwalks, and private bathrooms. Hiking along the island is a great way to find views of icebergs and whales. Quirpon Island is also featured as part of Great Canadian Trail’s 3-day Vikings, Whales and Icebergs itinerary.