I am not sure who to write in regard to our stay at Wavey'S House. I wanted the owners to know how pleased and grateful we were for our stay at Wavey's House. The house is beautiful and perfectly situated- clean, well maintained - it was truly balm for travel weary souls and a taste of heaven on earth. We would love to have spent an entire week at the house - it was delightfully cozy even in the drizzly, foggy weather conditions we encountered. Thank you for the wonderful hospitality, the more than reasonable rate and the beautifully and I suspect, lovingly maintained 'traditional Newfoundland salt box" house. We would love to come back some day. The meal at the restaurant was also exceptional- beautifully prepared and presented- each dish was a flavorful work of art. You are doing a wonderful job and I hope you do well.
Hi Bella, We were at Quoyle's House for two nights, August 19th and 20th this past summer. I have been meaning to tell you how much we enjoyed our few days there and our dinners at the Norsemen, but time flies. I found the house quite peaceful - it rained on the 20th and after a nap, I sat in the living room reading. I would look up and out the window occasionally to see the cove and the islands, the clouds moving slowly across the sky, the rain misting on the water. From our bedroom upstairs, you couldn't see any sign of civilization. It was all quite peaceful - hence the nap, and we think fondly of our little bit of time at Quoyle's House, especially now that we are back in the city. I can imagine getting some writing or deep thinking done there. It was a highlight of our trip to Newfoundland and Labrador. Please thank Annie Proulx for making her home available to us and to you, your daughter and son in law for the wonderful hospitality. I hope you are all well and wish you all a happy Christmas. >