The Yellow House is a thoughtfully renovated 1850's salt box house quietly situated on the southern shore of Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula – voted the best coastal destination in the world by National Geographic. It feels like another world yet it is just 45 minutes from St John's International Airport and has the advantage of wireless internet.
The house is in the settlement of Tors Cove (population 325 when everyone is at home) and has stunning views of the ocean and rocky shoreline. It is comfortably furnished for up to four people. The bright blue front door opens directly on to the East Coast Hiking Trail – one of Newfoundland's many hidden gems and is also on the Irish Loop – a scenic and historic drive through the heart of Irish Newfoundland. The Yellow House offers a rare opportunity to become a welcome visitor rather than a tourist in a small, friendly community. Newfoundland's people are one of its greatest assets – they are genuine, warm and delighted to meet you.