WEATHER IN TRINITY
PRESS & TESTIMONIALS
Read what people are saying about an evening at the Twine Loft.
Trip Advior Reviews
Truly a "hidden Canadian gem"
Reviewed under "Artisan Inn"
Nov 2, 2010
...The headquarters for the inn is a twine loft (a place where fisherman stored and mended their nets) on the water. It has two floors and a deck over the water. The upper floor is bright and airy and has comfortable chairs within which to read or check one's emails (yes, there is high speed wireless). The lower floor is a restaurant and sometimes performance centre with a full kitchen and bar (one must sample from the good selection of single malt whiskeys!). The breakfasts feature a cereal with fruit course and a selection of muffins and tea biscuits served with partridge berry jam. We had french toast and crepes as our hot course on respective days--served with a smile, hot, delicious and filling. In the evening, the Twine Loft features a fixed price 4-course dinner with soup, main course, salad and dessert & coffee/tea. There is a good wine selection (the innkeeper’s daughter is a sommelier) and the bread is hot from the oven....A walk around the town to settle things is a fine way to end a perfect day in Trinity. Enjoy!
Reviewed under "Twine Loft"
Jul 8, 2010
We came upon this restaurant in the "Where to Eat in Canada" and so we searched it out. We had a terrific evening there, out on the deck basking in the sun with a glass of wine and then a great meal. The owner joined us and we had a delightful conversation with her. This was a highlight of our trip to Newfoundland and recommend that you also search it out.
"Awesome Evening at the Twine Loft"
Reviewed Under "Twine Loft"
St. John's, NL
Aug 18, 2009
Last night was a evening to remember. Everything was just right. I suspect that the weather was even ordered especially for the occasion. There is something very soulful about sitting on the Twine Loft deck with a lovely glass of wine watching the sun dance off the surface of ocean. Dinner was delicious; just happened to be salmon, one of my favourites, the Newfoundland roasted root vegetables were a great touch and the service was delightful but then when the dishes and tables were cleared we had the option of staying for an amazing "Amelia Curran" concert for a very small cover charge. Our timing was perfect. Occasionally, the Twine Loft hosts these events that are precious gems.
Reviewed under "Twine Loft"
Jul 9, 2008
Some friends and I were staying in Trinity for one night and happened upon this lovely gem of a restaurant. Location is absolutely perfect, set right on the waterfront with prime views of the evening sunset from Adirondack chairs on the dock. Service was exceptional and the food consisted on one great course after another. pre-fix menu means little choice. If you are a picky eater, this may not be your thing. However, if you are looking for a bit of pampered culinary heaven, run, don't walk to this idyllic respite. We all came away thoroughly impressed with this unassuming bit of paradise. The owner is charming and the staff is attentive and informed. Go go go.
For dinner reservations:
call 709 464 3377 or email the Twine Loft.