Located near a remote fishing village off the island’s northeast coast, this spectacularly sited inn with 29 guest lodgings is housed within a modernist white oblong structure supported by steel stilts above the shoreline rocks. Rooms, many with woodburning stoves, feature tall window-walls overlooking the sea, warm wood floors and colorful quilts and furnishings crafted on the island. The hotel’s striking glass-walled dining room serves excellent regional cuisine. The property also comprises a cozy library, a small cinema, an art gallery and a number of wellness amenities, including a gym, hot tubs and a rooftop sauna. Fishing and boating excursions, guided hikes, whale watching tours, snowshoeing, ice skating, art workshops, culinary demonstrations, boat-building classes and hosted visits to local sites and craftspeople can be arranged by the exceptionally friendly and hospitable staff.
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Newfoundland Room, $2,700; Fogo Island Loft Suite, $3,560 (all meals and laundry included; minimum stay may apply).
All gratuities; All meals, including morning pastry and beverage tray; Half-day island orientation with a community host; Use of resort facilities; Bicycles; Wi-Fi
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.
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