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The Thorndyke was built in 1917 and was once used as a hotel. It has retained much of its original past charm. Located with a view of the ocean, it was a great place to relax in a comfortable and quiet setting. It has the...More
This B&B also offers a wonderful dinner menu. A wide variety of items on the menu would please everyone in your group. Service was great and the dining room is part of this early 20th century home. Nice jazz music was quietly playing - just...More
This B&B is right on the water in Grand Bank, which is an interesting small town.
The Thorndyke is an old, refurbished house with furnishings that fit the overall ambiance, and which we found to be quite charming. Colleen, the owner, is a whirlwind of...More
We arrived on a foggy, rainy day at the end of September so we did not experience the full benefit of the excellent location by the ocean. The house is packed with history and beautiful antiques and one feels compelled to take just as many...More
One doesn't expect to find this level of excellence in a place as far off the beaten track as Grand Bank, but the Thorndyke was by far the finest accommodation we had in Newfoundland on a recent trip. The building was built in 1919 and...More
US$126 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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