Come visit Crewe’s Heritage in the seaside town of Twillingate – the “The Iceberg Capital of the World” and one of the the oldest fishing ports in Newfoundland. Stay in our one hundred year old traditional “saltbox” style home for a truly unique experience. Explore our coastline, see the whales and stay for the internationally known Fish, Fun and Folk Festival.
Come see Icebergs and whales either from a hiking trail overlooking the rocky coast or up close and personal from a boat tour. Visit museums, a winery and the Lighthouse. Pick wild berries, go kayaking or have a fire on the beach. Take some photos, visit multiple art galleries or just relax and enjoy time spent with the friendly people of the island. Twillingate is an experience not soon to be forgotten.
This historic home was built in the early 1900′s by Capt. John Butcher. Situated on the South Side, it is very close to boat tours that will take you to see tremendous icebergs and breaching whales. Just a short distance away you can pick wild berries in season, climb a nearby hill to spend some time looking at Twillingate harbour, and enjoy breath-taking sunsets. Or stay inside, relax with us and try our homemade bread, jams, and muffins in our cozy country kitchen.
Crewe’s Heritage is located in central Twillingate – often knows the “The Iceberg Capital of the World” and one of the the first settled fishing ports on the island of Newfoundland. Come and explore the coastline, see icebergs, whales and other wildlife then stay for the internationally known Fish, Fun and Folk Festival.