Heritage Run

Index of Heritage Run Members

Abbie's Garden Bed and Breakfast

#1 on TripAdvisor for this area 4 private rooms (outside main house) with 4 pc. en-suite bath, one two-bedroom suite - sun decks, wonderful gardens, quiet country setting with many amenities. Laying hens - fresh eggs - Private walking trail. Getting married? We have the ideal surrounding for your wedding photos. Our rates include a full breakfast. 10 minute drive to St. Pierre Ferry to France - Plenty of geological, historical and cultural sites in our area, we'll map you out a tour.

T: 1 (709) 832 4473

T: 1 (709) 377 0129 (Off Season)

E: [email protected]


Burin Folk Arts Council

The Burin Folk Arts Council is a regional organization that is dedicated to the preservation of the folk art heritage of the area. Their staple event is the annual Burin Peninsula Festival of Folk Song and Dance which they host to actively uphold the musical heritage of the region and of the province, to showcase traditional songs, music, and dances, and to provide a venue for these arts to be passed on to the younger generation.

Burin Peninsula Arts Council

The Burin Peninsula Arts Council was established in 1973, the same year the Burin Highway was paved, thus ending some of the isolation of many of the region's communities. It saw the beginning of bringing Community Circuit Shows to our region and the building of a strong relationship with the St.John's Arts & Culture Centre. BPAC members and its many volunteers are from various parts of the peninsula

T: (709) 342-2261

E: [email protected]


Burin Peninsula Motel

Situated on the southern tip of Newfoundland, overlooking the seaside, historic town of Grand Bank. Clean accommodations and an appetizing menu. Enjoy a home cooked meal or rest for the night when travelling the Burin Peninsula loop or heading to the French Island of St. Pierre. Just 5-km from the ferry. Take in a play, visit museums, hike the trails, walk the beaches, bring along your ATV or just sit and enjoy the ocean view and watch the sunset while relaxing on the spacious deck.

T: +1 (709) 832 2180

T: +1 (709) 832 2355

T: +1 (709) 832 2180 (Off Season)

T: +1 (888) 275 1098 (toll free)

E: [email protected]


Doc's Diner and Cafe

Located in beautiful Fortune, Doc's Diner and Cafe offer a multitude of options on their menu. With delicious home cooked meals that partner well with the fabulous desserts, you are sure not to walk away hungry!

T: (709) 832-0553

Dolly's Place

Biscuit Box home located at 1 Evans Street, on the corner of Main Street, in the heart of picturesque Grand Bank. Completely restored in 2017. Two bedrooms, with a sofa bed in the living room and can comfortably accommodate 6 people. It has many modern amenities with a touch of historic flare. Walking distance to all the attractions and sites that Grand Bank has to offer such as museums and live seasonal theatre. 5-km from St. Pierre Ferry. 20-km from Grand Meadows Golf Course.

T: +1 (709) 832 7606

T: +1 (709) 832 0368

T: +1 (709) 832 5111 (Off Season)

E: [email protected]


Fishermen's View B & B

A beautiful B&B with ocean front property that offers all the modern comforts of home. You can whale watch from the banks of the property or from the hot tub or enjoy the fireplace on a rainy day. This B&B is a short distance from the Saint Pierre Ferry terminal, walking distance to a live theatre, a short drive to a laundromat, a variety of stores and coffee shops, local bar, walking trails, fishing areas, Seaman's Museum, ATV trails, historical Harris House and Fortune Head Geology Site.

T: +1 (709) 353 2052

T: +1 (709) 567 3441

E: [email protected]


Fortune Head Geology Centre

Take a walk through time, when early animals burrowed the earth 4.54 billion years ago! Uncover how geology impacts our lives and gain a deeper understanding of our existence. Geological highlights include an extensive rock, fossil, and mineral collection, prehistoric predators, and natural disasters including the 1929 Burin Tsunami. Take a guided tour of the Fortune Head Ecological Reserve, where trace fossils were discovered, or engage in a fossil find along the Horsebrook Trail.

T: +1 (709) 832 3569

E: [email protected]


Grand Bank Development Corporation

The Grand Bank Development Corporation (GBDC) works with partners in the private sector and all levels of government to improve and diversify the economy of Grand Bank, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada.

T: (709) 832-3235

T: 1-877-832-3235 (Toll Free)

E: [email protected]


Grand Bank Regional Theatre

With 21 years of live professional theatre ranging from classic romance, rip-roaring comedies, spine-tingling mysteries, and toe-tapping music, the Grand Bank Regional Theatre offers something for everyone. Set in the historic town of Grand Bank, on the Burin Peninsula we invite you to check us out. Beat the heat under the cool air of our air conditioning system, shows every Tuesday to Saturday with dinner theatre on select Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Whether it’s your first visit or your hundredth, Grand Bank is the place to be and the cast and crew of the Grand Bank Regional Theatre can’t wait to entertain you.

T: 709.832.2282

T: 1.800.435.2282 (Toll Free)

E: [email protected]

Heritage Run Tourism Association

Heritage Run tourism operators, Provincial and Federal government departments partnered from 1986 to 1992 under the Burin Peninsula Tourism Association. Additional partnerships grew to include Eastern NL, and St. Pierre & Miquelon tourism associations. The HRTA is run by a regional volunteer Board from tourism business, natural/cultural/heritage and development associations backgrounds. Several directors serve on other regional, eastern regional and provincial tourism boards.

T: (709) 279-1887

E:  [email protected]


Hotel Fortune

Spend your weekend at the only spot in North America where you can watch the sunset on France from your clean, luxurious hotel room. Nestled in a valley overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll feel relaxed and at home in our guest lounge or on the ocean-view patio. We are just minutes from the St. Pierre ferry. Brian, the owner, will happily assist you in planning your trip as a bilingual expert on St. Pierre and Miquelon. Book your stay with us online!

T: +1 (709) 832 8043

T: +1 (709) 832 7666

E: [email protected]


Kilmory Resort

Fully equipped for housekeeping, patio decks, BBQ, deluxe chalets have jacuzzi and propane fireplace. Conference/workshop facility, heated outdoor pool (summer), playground, golf nearby, canoe/kayak rentals on-site, boat launch, walking trails/nature viewing, birdwatching, trout fishing, 10 minutes to salmon fishing, 30 minutes to White Hills downhill skiing, romance packages, ski and stay packages, snowshoe rentals, snowmobile trails, snowmobile guiding. Wi-Fi and cell service. Open year-round

T: +1 (709) 549 2410

T: +1 (888) 884 2410 (toll free)

E: [email protected]


Laurentian Legacy Tours

Come and hear the epic tale of the people behind the Truxtun and Pollux Naval Disaster. The American sailors had no choice. The Newfoundland rescuers gave their all against the harsh Atlantic Storm. When you stand on the cliff you will gain a unique understanding of their heroism, struggles and success. This is the classic tale of man against nature. This story and tour are #1 Trip Advisor Historical and Heritage Tour in St. Lawrence, Burin Peninsula. The scenery is breathtaking.

T: +1 (709) 873 5463

T: +1 (709) 873 2898

E: [email protected]

Marystown Hotel 

and Convention Centre

Located in the hub of the Burin Peninsula, near St. Pierre ferry, Golden Sands, Grand Meadows Golf, Grand Bank Theatre, heritage homes and museums, hiking trails, and within walking distance to major shopping. Our full service Hotel & Conference Centre offers banquet and conference facilities for up to 600 people, and modernized air-conditioned guestrooms, suites and efficiencies. Our guests enjoy free wi-fi, in-house restaurant and pubs, room service, fitness and laundry facilities.

T: +1 (709) 279 1600

T: +1 (866) 612 6800 (toll free)

E: [email protected]


The Pantry

A quaint roadside café overlooking the rural town of Lord’s Cove and the enthralling Atlantic ocean, The Pantry offers home cooked, traditional Newfoundland fares such as tasty seafood, fresh baked bread, and desserts just like Nan used to make! Housed in the same building you’ll also find Nan and Pop’s Shop, where you can purchase convenient items and souvenirs, and The Cellar, a comfortable pub to have a pint and a yarn!

Placentia West Heritage Committee

Tea Rose Eatery & Livyers Lot Museum 

The Placentia West Heritage Committee is a volunteer organization whose mandate is to oversee the Tea Rose Eatery and Livyers Lot Museum. Located 1 km South of the Boat Harbour Access Road on the Main Burin Peninsula Highway.

T: 709-443-2580

E: [email protected]

Rencontre East Vacation Homes

Entertaining from the waterfront deck move to the lower floor open concept and enjoy the dining room area. This home relaxes with three queen beds, one double and two bathrooms. ATV, kayaking and boating. Tour the beautiful Rencontre Lake and visit "Ackley City" the discovery of molybdenum in 1882 and the 1930s employees lived for a time on the shores of Rencontre Lake in a cabin named after a company Director, John W. Ackley.

T: +1 (709) 834 6446

T; +1 (709) 690 0811

E: [email protected]


Smuggler's Cove Roadhouse Patio, Bar and Grill

Smuggler's Cove Roadhouse Bar & Grill is a unique and picturesque smokehouse barbecue restaurant in beautiful Burin. Our location replicates the feel of the legendary roadhouses of the heyday of road trip culture, with an old west, inspired exterior and traditionally inspired interior at the Monkey's Fist Restaurant. A great destination for road trippers, families (kids love our fun decor!) and locals. Food is all made in house and we smoke our own meats on-site. You won't find a better grub job!

St. Lawrence Historical Advisory Committee

Dedicated to the community of St. Lawrence, the Historical Advisory Committee continues to work within the community to bring awareness surrounding the history of the town. The goal of the St. Lawrence Historical Advisory Committee Inc. (SLHAC) is to collect, preserve, and exhibit the history of St. Lawrence and surrounding areas. This is important for our cultural preservation and education of our generation and those of the future.

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St. Pierre Ferry Office

Fortune to St. Pierre...in style! Welcome to the Saint Pierre Ticket Office, your gateway to St. Pierre and Miquelon. Our 2 Brand New Ferries, Nordet et Suroît will allow you to reach this lovely piece of France in North America. Wine, Cheese, Bread, Paté awaits. We invite you to explore and immerse yourself in French Culture and Cuisine. Des Iles D'Exception. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

T: +1 (709) 832 3455

T: +1 (855) 832 3455 (toll free)

E: [email protected]


Thorndyke Inn

Beautifully crafted Queen Anne Revival style home situated on a waterfront property in the heritage district of historic Grand Bank, a community world-renowned for its rich fishery. With familial roots well grounded in the town, Innkeeper George Cornish takes every measure to ensure that guests’ stay at the Inn will be pleasant and memorable. Enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning of your visit! Freshly brewed coffee or steeped tea available throughout the day. Lunch, high tea, and dinner also available in the house dining room.

T: (709) 832-0820

Town of Fortune

Fortune was incorporated in 1946. The town is located near the southeastern boundary of Fortune Bay. The name of the town is believed to have originated from the Portuguese word "fortuna" meaning "harbour of good fortune."The main industry in Fortune is the ocean fishery but in recent times, tourism and small business have excelled. Fortune is also the nearest Canadian port for travelling to the French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.

T: (709) 832-2810

E: [email protected]


Town of Grand Bank

The Town of Grand Bank is located on the southern tip of the Burin Peninsula and has many outstanding attractions. This vibrant fishing community has rich seafaring traditions, early 1900's architecture, spectacular views, scenic trails and activities for all ages. Still, the people of Grand Bank are its greatest resource. Come enjoy traditional outport Newfoundland hospitality in a town that embraces its history.

T: 709.832.1600


Town of St. Lawrence

The best two labels that adequately describe the Town of St. Lawrence are its competitive spirit and quintessence of generosity. St. Lawrence is a coastal town, located on the southeast corner of the Burin Peninsula in southeastern Newfoundland. The Burin Peninsula Highway (Route 220) passes through St. Lawrence and joins the Transcanada Highway, 185 km to the north. St. Lawrence is connected to all major communities in the area by paved roads that is strategically located 32 kms from international shipping lanes.

T: 709-873-2222


Woody Island Resort

All-inclusive packages. 40 minute cruise through the narrow sheltered inlet to a resettled island in Placentia Bay. Packages include ocean view lodge accommodations, traditional Newfoundland home cooked meals, boat tours, Newfoundland Kitchen Party, beach picnic, non-smoking, pet free, private bath. Arrive at Woody Island via Tour Boat from Garden Cove. Travel to Garden Cove on Route 210 (Burin Peninsula Highway) 22-km from the Route 210/TCH junction at Goobies. Two hours from St. John's or Gander.

T: +1 (709) 364 3701

T: +1 (800) 504 1066 (toll free)

E: [email protected]