About Trinity Eco Lodge
The lodge is located in the heart of Trinity. You’ll find us on Church Street, across from the Trinity Historical Museum and next door to the historic St. Paul’s Church. This home was originally built in the 19th Century and has been completely restored while maintaining the original integrity of the home. Our lodge also provides accommodations for your stay in the Trinity area, a tremendous jump off point for all of the hiking trails, museums, and historic sites, tours, cultural events and culinary experiences in the Bight and the entire Bonavista Peninsula. We can recommend the events that suit your desired experiences, fill your time to give you the most of what you are looking to accomplish on your holiday.
All rooms are equipped with the following amenities:
Things To Do In Trinity
More To Explore
Food & Drink: Port Rexton Brewery
Only a 15 minute drive away, you’ll find a wide variety of IPAs, Porters, Sours, Saisons, and more. You can also grab a bite to eat at the delicious gourmet grilled cheese food truck located outside, Oh My Cheeses.
Formal Dining: The Twine Loft
Experience a unique rural Newfoundland fine dining experience by candlelight after a long day of exploring the town of Trinity.
Entertainment: Rising Tide Theatre
The theatre promotes the rich history of The Town of Trinity while showcasing the acting talent of local Newfoundlanders.
Hiking: The Skerwink Trail & The Discovery Trail
These incredible trails will take you along the coastline of Trinity Bay. You may catch a glimpse of local communities, historic sites and buildings, and breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean.
What People Are Saying
“We totally enjoyed our zodiac tour with skipper Chis and our stay at the lodge. The staff was friendly and welcoming. We had an incredible whale watching experience. We saw humpbacks, fin whales, minkes, dolphins, eagles, puffins, and more. Skipper Chris was very knowledgeable about the area, species of whales, birds, and other marine life. The rooms were comfortable and very clean. The home is nicely decorated to include some original characteristics and charm of this historic property. We enjoyed the common area, met some great people, and shared stories from our tour. The hot breakfast and fresh coffee were great. We will definitely visit again”
“We spent 5 weeks vacationing throughout Newfoundland this summer and our experience at Trinity Eco-Tours and lodge was the highlight of our holiday! Bonnie, our hostess was exceptionally welcoming and accommodating to our needs, and Skipper Bob knows everything about whales and exactly where to find them! He took us on a tour where we were surrounded by these gentle giants who seemed happy to put on a show for us and frolic around our boat, seemingly as curious about us as we were about them. Awesome experience! The lodge has clean, quaint rooms and a homey dining room offering delicious and authentic Newfoundland home cooked meals.. (breakfast and lunch only).. the cook is the hidden gem at this place! We were so impressed with the area around Trinity that we plan to return for a longer stay next summer..”
“Skipper Bob and his crew are very welcoming, knowledgable and friendly. I spent 2 very comfortable nights at the lodge and the breakfasts were very nice. I went on a morning whale watching trip and despite being very grey and foggy was very enjoyable. There was more Bald Eagles than you could shake a stick at or my camera and watching the gulls catching sometimes 2 or more capelin was very entertaining. The whales were most likely having a lie in but eventually, we saw several minkes. All in all a very good trip and I have no doubt I will return!”