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Index of Cape Shore Members

Capeway Inn & Suites

Capeway Inn & Efficiency Units has earned a well-deserved reputation for outstanding cleanliness, spacious rooms and has been awarded 4 stars by the Canada Select Accommodations Program. All rooms have complimentary wireless internet, flat-screen and cable television, ensuite 4-piece bathroom, comfortable linens, coffee & tea and a small refrigerator.

T: (709) 337 2163

T: (709) 227 1481

T: (866) 337 2163 (toll free)

E: [email protected]

Friends of Cape St. Mary's

They are the first of its kind in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador formed to assist Cape St. Mary's through various special events, i.e., educational activities, the performing arts, exhibits, community outreach and the sale of nature-related items through its own store The Rockery -the shop in the Cape St. Mary's Interpretive Centre.

T: (709) 337-2400

E: [email protected]

Placentia Area Chamber of Commerce

The goal of the Placentia Area Chamber of Commerce is to lead and serve Placentia area’s business community with the invaluable input of our Board of Directors, volunteers, members and numerous other stakeholders.

The Chamber has become the voice of Placentia Bay’s business community, and a leader in programming in the region to support our members. The Chamber also provides a broad spectrum of benefits for small businesses and medium to large-sized corporations alike, whether it be preparing strategic submissions to the federal, provincial or municipal government on issues. The Placentia Area Chamber of Commerce is a strong voice of advocacy on issues concerning business.

T: +1 (709) 227 0003

E: [email protected]

Placentia Area Historical Society

Since its inception, one of the central objectives of the PAHS has been to promote the study, knowledge and preservation of the history of the Placentia Area. They are successful in this mission through several avenues, namely the O'Reilly House Museum. 
Built in 1902, The O'Reilly House is a balustrade Queen Anne Victorian style structure and has been restored to its original state of grandeur. Originally called Brefery House, this structure was constructed by J.W. Ellis for the William O'Reilly family. It showcases royal relics, period artifacts, and exhibits. A Basque headstone and copy of the oldest original civil document from Canada can be viewed at the museum.

T: +1 (709) 227 5568

E: [email protected]

Placentia Vacations

Attached colourful homes tucked into a corner of a cul de sac under the soaring architecture of the Placentia Lift Bridge. Each has a spectacular view of the harbour and a full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, laundry, living room, TV- Apple TV, cable and wi-fi. You are right in the heart of Plaisance, the French Capital of Newfoundland, only an 8-minute drive from the Argentia Ferry and a short walk to the Three Sisters Pub and Restaurant.

T: +1 (709) 697 5333

E: [email protected]


Shoreplan is offering a consulting service to local businesses to help them identify areas where they can enhance their business and align it with the tourism strategy. By providing assistance to access funding arrangements, these tourism businesses will be able to engage Shoreplan to develop or enhance products and services aimed at growing their business.

If you would like to have a conversation, just contact us and let's see what we can do next!

T: (709) 226-0993

E: [email protected]

Three Sisters Pub & Restaurant

A lovely old building that has been on the waterfront in Placentia for over a hundred years is now a local favourite for music, dining and fun. We have a martini list, lots of local beer on tap as well as Guinness on tap. Our seafood, steaks and fresh vegetables and salads have set a new benchmark for quality in pub grub! Meet up with a few local folks at the bar or sit next to visitors from all over the world and enjoy the local music and soak up the atmosphere. Everyone who shows up is as welcome as the flowers in May.

T: (709) 227-0124

E: [email protected]

Town of Placentia

There are many unique threads that make up the fabric of Placentia. We are the ancestors of explorers, fishermen and settlers who discovered a place rich in opportunity and ideally situated to make the most of it. We are Basque, we are French, we are English and we are even a little Portuguese. You see their legacy in fortifications like Castle Hill, a National Historic Site.

T: 709 227 2151

E: [email protected]