Newfoundland, Lewisporte & The Villa

Photo credit: Railway Coastal Museum

Land of Welcoming and Hospitality

The sea has always remained at the core of Newfoundlanders’ livelihood and culture. Lewisporte served as an important hub for travel and transport by sea and, via train, by land.


Lewisporte has served thousands of visitors and businesses over the years. With such a rich history of hospitality why not come and discover this experience for yourself?

Historic Lewisporte & Areas

Traditionally Lewisporte was an important waypoint for trains and boats. It became a major port to northern Newfoundland and Labrador throughout the years.


Today, Lewisporte still welcomes sailing enthusiasts and intrepid travellers who wish to explore the town’s rich history and tradition of welcoming visitors to its shores.


When you stay please take some time to enjoy all Lewisporte and surrounding areas has to offer. For a detailed listing of offerings, please visit the town of Lewisporte’s web site.


In addition to Lewisporte, please also consider visiting other popular destinations such as Twillingate and Fogo Island.

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The Villa’s Tribute to Newfoundland

Newfoundland has a deep tradition of utilizing resources to the fullest. Nothing was left to waste and was used and reused. This included such things as old textiles and everyday objects.


Over generations these handcrafted items transformed into unique and beautiful works of art such as quilts, rugs, and woodworks. We love to showcase these where we can, and they compliment the modern amenities and aesthetics of the Villa.

An Unforgettable Stay

Our philosophy of service is to exceed expectations in every way possible. We strive to hold true to our roots of hospitality as Newfoundlanders. We sincerely hope that you feel this in your stay with us!