Norman Parsons Memorial Award - 2007
"Excellence in hospitality and longevity"
The Norman Parsons Memorial Award is presented by the Bed & Breakfast/Country Inns Association of Newfoundland and Labrador to the individual or business that has excelled in both hospitality and longevity in the industry and is recognized for displaying such attributes as warmth, hospitality, personality, outstanding service, quality and dedication.
Campbell House is a beautifully restored, 150 year-old heritage property located in the scenic town of Trinity. Hosted by Tineke Gow and her family, this fascinating bed and breakfast is well-known for its warmth, hospitality, and excellent cuisine. Testimonials from past guests have included, "…our best Bed & Breakfast experience in Newfoundland" and "A place of beauty, character and soul." Of Tineke herself, one guest expressed, "I've been three times to Trinity and her enthusiasm always moves me." Tineke’s commitment to the industry and her community is demonstrated through her flair for creative marketing and assistance with events that help attract guests to the Trinity area. Tineke has proven her dedication to her community, the tourism industry and more importantly, her customers.