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Skerwink Hostel
(Open: May until mid-October)

Skerwink Hostel, Trinity East hostel

Newfoundland’s Most Charming Hostel






Skerwink Hostel

Rocky Hill Road, Trinity East, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, A0C 2H0

Telephone: (709) 436-3033
Skype: Skype Me™!
Host(s): Libby Nelson, Martha Nelson, and Brigid Nelson

Cost: Dorm bed: $29 + tax; Private: $59 + tax


Email: manager@skerwinkhostel.com




Bicycle Friendly accommodation /


Breathtaking Views, Good Food, and Great Company


What we have to offer:

The Skerwink Hostel is situated in the beautiful fishing village of Trinity East. The hostel is conveniently located 300 meters (less than 5 minutes walk) from the Skerwink Trail. The Skerwink Trail was voted one of the three best trails in Canada and is classed as one of the top ten trails in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine. This spectacular Atlantic coastline hosts an abundance of attractions: coastal and inland hikes, kayaking, fishing, wildlife, (including moose, puffins, whales, capelin, eagles, and more), and iceberg sightings. Come stay with us and discover Newfoundland by bike, boat, foot, car or kayak.

We hold a weekly quiz night every Tuesday, and a weekly BBQ night every Thursday. We will also hold a monthly Foosball tournament on the second Saturday of every month. To find out more about what is happening at Skerwink Hostel, visit our website!



Popular Activities:


CategorySeason
1. Hiking Moderate Outdoor ActivitySummer Activity
2. Kayaking Skerwink Hostel, Kayaking.jpgModerate to Vigourous Outdoor ActivitySummer Activity
3. Cycling Moderate to Vigourous Outdoor ActivitySummer Activity


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