Co-owners, Gerald and Beverley Feltham and Todd and Dianne Pelley, take great pleasure in welcoming you to Islands' Villa! Each suite of Islands' Villa celebrates one of a collection of islands, found in the vast surrounds of Notre Dame Bay. Depending on which suite you choose, a little of the islands history has been carefully prepared, to enlighten our guests.
Most of the photography adorning our walls was prepared by local photographer Tom Brett - capturing the natural beauty and scenic wonders of our islands and vicinity. Other random selections of photography and artwork have been interspersed to give you, our guests, a variety of the talent and beauty which our area has to offer.
In each washroom we have placed cozy, terry-lined, waffle-weave, plush bathrobes for added comfort. The latest, high-end, aromae amenities have been chosen for your use. A corner tub or soaker tub, plus a shower are also added for your comfort.
Lobster trap replicas, both inside and out, have been tirelessly hand-made for us by another local, Nelson Troake of Little Burnt Bay. Placed in the closet of each room, for "kids" and "adults" of all ages is an assortment of wooden games designed and hand-made by local resident, George Aucoin of Aucoin's Woodcrafts. Cribbage boards and horseshoes may be borrowed from the office.
A wharf is present for you to use, at your own risk. Fire-pits have been placed for your enjoyment and a Gazebo has been built overlooking our world-class Marina, complete with propane barbeque and picnic table. All of these items have been built by local resident, Ross Winsor.
The brickwork on the exterior of our building was installed by Ross Winsor, Charles Pelley, and Nelson Troake, of Embree and little Burnt Bay. The overall, general landscaping was prepared by Southside Excavating and our General Contractor for this whole project was Frank White, all of whom are local residents.
- Only minutes away from the Trailway â?? via King Street, adjacent to Freakeâ??s Ambulance Service
Within walking distance, and overlooking, Lewisporteâ??s world class marina
Minutes away from Woolfreyâ??s Pond Park via Church Street, and Council Road. Great Swimming area and perfect for camping
- Woolfreyâ??s Pond Boardwalk, via George Street. Hike to the â??Look Outâ? overlooking Lewisporte
Great boating experience via Lewisporte Harbour to explore the many islands of Nortre Dame Bay
- Walking distance to the â??By the Bay Museum and Gift Shopâ?â?¦ A must see!
- Just a short walk from local pubs and also Lewisporteâ??s Public Library
- Visit the farming communities of Porterville, Brownâ??s Arm and Laurenceton via Premier Drive. Picnic on the beach of â??Sandy Pointâ? which is found at the very end of Laurenceton and overlooks the towns of Botwood, Northern Arm, Point of Bay and Philipâ??s Head. Visit the quiet little town of Stanhope along the way
- Visit the towns of Embree and Little Burnt Bay via the East End of Lewisporte. Picnic on the beach of Fawkeâ??s Dock or watch the capelin roll in. Visit the little cafe at the wharf in Little Burnt Bay or relax in the little â??gazebo-parkâ?, built by Mr.Cliff Lilly. Enjoy the look-out in Embree
- Visit the beautiful Notre Dame Park on the T.C.H, just east of Notre Dame Junction. A very popular swimming area and excellent for camping
- Visit Everettâ??s Lobster Pool via the Road to the Isles, where you can purhcase live or cooked lobsters and many other types of fish. In Season, step up to Chelseaâ??s Take-Out and enjoy their deep-fried cod and other tasty treats. Drive from Lewisporte until you see the â??Large Lobsterâ? on your left
- Explore the beautiful shorelines of the communities of Campbellton, Comfort Cove and Loon Bay, Baytona, Birchy Bay and many more, all via the Road to the Isles
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