Long Term Rental
Square Feet: 1700 Location:
14 Rattley Row
Canada Highlights: 4 bedroom Vacation Home for Rent - Spacious Seaside Retreat - Perched on a rocky out cropping reaching out to the sea. Units Available: 1
Four bedrooms, 3 full bathroom, 1,500 square foot Ocean View
2 private balconies - unbelievable views Large fully equipped ultra modern kitchen Hardwood floors through out Washer and dryer Bathrooms: 2 - 4 piece private ensuites and 1-4 Piece - on upper level 2 bedrooms with queen bunk beds - upper level 2 Queen size master bedrooms each with 20 in Flat screen TVs. Grand room with 52 in flat screen TV - cable TV.
High speed wireless internet
Over looks Historic Brigus Settlement with panaromic views of the harbour and the Atlantic Ocean Private fishing - cod gigging - whale watching charters available Private walking and historical tours can be arranged
The bike and walking trails are easily accessible
Enjoy the beach at Brigus Harbour. Go deap sea fishing, whale watching or visit the many histoirical sites.
"Brigus" is derived from "Brickhouse", an old town in England. As one of Newfoundland's great heritage of old historic settlements, Brigus stands out as one of those in the forefront.
It counts among its settlers, pioneers from England, Ireland and Wales. It was at one time one of the major sealing ports. In 1947, Brigus sent sixty-six vessels to the seal hunt and over half were captained by natives of Brigus.
Brigus can trace its history back to the year 1612, when the Spracklin family purchased half the harbour from John Guy. It was incorporated in 1964 and today has its own Town Recreation Center and fully trained Fire Department.
It is the home of Newfoundland's first and only true Blueberry Festival, held each year in August.
Nestled between hills overlooking the sea, its beauty has been captured by artists and photographers the world over.
Old world charm,oceanfront setting with modern accommodation.Come for a visit or vacation of a lifetime.
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Tremblant Entertainment:Tremblant rated the #1 Ski Resort in Eastern North America.
In golf season there are 6 championship golf courses.
Great tennis schools and don't forget the Tremblant International Blues Festival. In fall they call it the symphony of colors with 8 weeks of concerts & musical festivals. For those who enjoy fresh mountain air and the authentic charm of small towns in the Laurentians, you will discover a profusion of lakes, calm and rumbling rivers, and outstanding views of magnificent mountains.
Situated in a region of Quebec where there is both the beauty of the country landscape and a plethora of activities.
There are many restaurants, shops and activities to experience that every member of the family and every type of family is sure to find something to meet their needs. Village entertainment has a tradition of warmth and excitement with an unmistakable French-Canadian joie de vivre.
Street clowns and musicians surprise and delight. Irresistible boutiques, movie theatres and sizzling nightlife add to the magic that is Tremblant.
There is a sense of élan about the French, oui? And here at Tremblant you will discover all the flavors of Europe right here in Eastern Canada.
Activities and entertainment are only as limited as your time to enjoy them. Cross country and alpine skiing, dog sledding, skidooing, biking, golfing, fishing, swimming, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, mountaineering, snowmobiling are only a few of the activities available. Oh did we forget the great outdoor Scandinavian style spas all year round.
Summer, fall, winter or spring Tremblant has something to offer every member of the family every day of their visit. Your options are only limited by your imagination. Rated as one of the top 4 season destination resort in all of North America.
Blue Berry Festival:The Brigus Blueberry Festival is an Award Winning 4 day event held in mid August. Activities include: A Royal Shag Up" - comedy dinner theatre, Steps Through Time - walking tour, Newfie night with Screech Ins, community breakfasts, dinners, and suppers.
Two day Folk Festival with well known Newfoundland talent, visits by Miss Teen Newfoundland and Labrador and Miss Newfoundland and Labrador, the Miss Blueberry Pageant, raffles, craft stalls, baked goods, a pie eating contest, games of chance, mooseburgers, cash bar, children's games, dances, and fireworks at the Brigus Waterfront.
St. John's Regatta: This historic regatta is the oldest continuing sporting event in North America. The event continues to draw in excess of 50,000 spectators each year and is a major focal point of summer activities in the St. John's area.
The Royal St. John's Regatta is the oldest organized sporting event in North America. It has been a part of Newfoundland history for 185 years. The first record of an organized event is in 1818, but rowing matches were common among ships crews in St. John's Harbour since at leats the 1700's.
These days, the Regatta draws crowds of up to 50,000 people annually to the shores of Quidi Vidi Lake. It is widely known as "The Largest Garden Party in the World" because it has been about socializing as much as amateur sport. Concession stands, wheels of fortune, games of chance, and food & drink are just as much part of the Regatta's history as the races. Indeed, many people hardly notice the races, as they are too involved in the merrymaking on the shores of the lake. www.brigusnewfoundlandrentals.com
Located in the heart of the Avalon Peninsula - Very central for touring just 45 minutes from St.John's
Depending on when you visit look out your window and watch the whales - look at the icebergs as they float by- enjoy the Blueberry Festival- Visit the Artists House made famous by Robert Kent.
Visit Hawthorne Cottage home of Captain Robert A. Bartlett, the master mariner of arctic fame who has immortalized the town in the annals of history.Bartlett's home in Brigus has been declared a National Historic site.
Walk the Historical Trails or visit The Tunnel through solid rock on the waterfront, built in 1860 under the supervision of John Hoskins, a Cornish miner, to provide a deep water berth for the Bartlett sailing ships.
Make you next vacation a truley memorable experience in the historic settlement of Brigus and travel the historical trails along the Avalon Peninsula - experience the magic of the Old World on a New World vacation in Newfoundland & Labrador.