A place to step back in time and outside your familiar.

Just a short 2-hour drive from Gander or 3 hours from St. John’s, Newfoundland, lies the peaceful heritage town of Trinity.

Established in the 16th century by fishermen and merchants, Trinity is the place to experience a true Canadian adventure. From tranquil ocean views to breathtaking hikes and sightseeing to historical walking tours, exploring resettlement towns and movie sets, local artisan shops and unique and delicious food experiences — there is no shortage of things to do and places to see in Trinity.

The best part? When you stay with us, you’ll have access to exclusive local experiences you won’t find anywhere else.

Prepare to explore the unexplored.

Experience Trinity.

Warblers is one of the two only homes on the way to the Fort Point Lighthouse, also known as Admiral’s Point.

Established as a Light House Station in 1871, it remained operational year-round until the 1990s. Today, the site has been restored with a walking trail and Interpretation Centre, which tells the story of its history over the years—Beachcomb on the local beach where the latest Peter Pan movie was filmed.