- Breakfast for two
- Independent Temperature Control
- On-site Parking
- Laundry Service
- Coffee / Tea Station
- Iron / ironing Board
- iPOD Docking Station
$140 per night*
Includes breakfast for two
1 Queen bed, non-smoking
Explore Port Union while staying in one of Port Union’s oldest historic homes. All standard amenities are available in The Seaman’s Room, including TV, Netflix, Wi-Fi Internet, and breakfast for two.
- Room Features: Private bathroom, bathtub, local artwork and locally crafted furniture
- In-room amenities: TV, Netflix, WiFi, slippers, house coats, East Coast Glow products, and more…
- In-house amenities: On-site parking, bottled/filtered water, coffee/tea stations, dining room, common area featuring a library of maritime & newfie books/novels, and more…
- Other features: dinner menu, gift packages
Book now using our online booking system or contact us by phone: 587-679-0903
*Room rate based on double occupancy. Breakfast included. Does not include HST. See Room Rates for more information. Cots available for additional guests. Recommended occupancy is 3.
Discover Port Union Bed & Breakfast
Nestled on the beautiful northeastern coast of Newfoundland, Port Union has a rich historical character and untold beauty that remains largely untouched and ready for discovery.
Port Union was home to the Fishermen’s Union Trading Company, which was established in 1910, and the remnants of their activities still remain in tact today, thanks to the Coaker Foundation’s restoration efforts. Along main street are various buildings that once serviced as stores and housing for the union, including the Manager’s House, which is now home to Port Union Bed & Breakfast. Many of the buildings along main street are estimated to have been built pre-1930, lending to the area’s extensive potential for historical appreciation and discovery. Though the Manager’s House has been restored, most of the pre-existing architecture has been retained, and it’s authentic beauty can be admired in the original wood flooring, doorways, staircase, and slate fireplaces.
To learn more about Port Union and the Fishermen’s Union history, be sure to check out the Coaker Foundation Museum (only a 3 minute walk from Port Union B&B), which offers tours and features artifacts that have been discovered in the area.