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They were modest but we think their coffee was the best we tasted anywhere else in the area. We stayed in the Guesthouse and it was so beautiful and spacious. They missed nothing in providing the comforts for weary hikers and their property is wonderful. We chose their B&B for access and would return because of their excellent accommodations and gracious, warm charm for their guests.

- Suzanne and Cloty, from Waterloo 3 July 2017

We were three ladies on a road trip across nfld.in sept./13 Stayed one night in the large separate cabin. King size bed and pull out sofa. Was Clean, quiet and served good breakfast. Because we needed the cabin to accommodate us it was the most expensive night we had on our two week trip. We looked for a min of one queen bed and cot. We tried to avoided booking two rooms. This limited our choice in B&B's on that day. Beautiful house, location and setting.

- L. Ross, from Sidney,BC 21 September 2013

We really enjoyed our 3-night stay at Wildflowers. Wildflowers is not typical B & B but much more like a small country inn with breakfast included. We had a large room with king bed at the top of the stairs. Room was massive with separate sink and WC area. Here are a list of the things we LOVED about this place: 1. The sitting room at the front of the inn upstairs which contained a little fridge (that one could chill their wine in) and freezer (with individual ice buckets in it that were constantly replenished.) 2. Hot and cold filtered water and tea and coffee supplies available in the sitting room (that you had access to without intruding on other inn guest or the owners.) This room also had available up-top-date menus from all the local restaurants. Room also had corkscrew, glasses, nice area to sit, amenities to make you feel relaxed. 3. A computer with free internet access and printer so you could actually print colour maps, directions, tickets, boarding passes. The house also has internet access, but we don't travel with our computers so having access to this computer was just what we needed. 4. Breakfast was great (beautiful eggs Benedict) and fruit was a great addition. This was very much appreciated, because when we travelled around Newfoundland we found it difficult to obtain fresh fruit and veggies outside of the densely populated areas. So we realize that it must take some effort for this establishment to offer fresh fruit, seeing as Rocky Harbour does not have a grocery store and they are an hour away from the city. The only stores we could find were what we would consider convenience stores and not full grocery stores. Breakfast rooms were also very nice, where you could have an individual table if you wanted, or you could share with others if you desired. 5. Room contained plenty of towels, soap, wine glasses, TV, closet, and good bed. We felt that nothing was lacking. 6. Nice walking distance to other restaurants, pubs etc. The owners are doing a good job keeping up this inn to standards. We really enjoyed it and felt for the price found that it was one of the nicest places we stayed in Newfoundland.

- Anonymous, from Toronto, Ontaril 20 September 2011

We had planned to stay at the Wild Flowers B&B for 2 nights but the weather was so bad we only stayed one night. We would rate this B&B a 10 out of 10. The owners were extremely welcoming and friendly. The rooms were large and well appointed - lovely sheets and the bed was extremely comfortable. The breakfast was delicious - My husband and I chose the eggs benedict and they were done to perfection. - We hope to return to NL again and will definitely stay at this B&B again.

- Suchan, from Calgary 13 September 2011

We had two lovely nights in this charming home. Everything very comfortable. Quiet, private. Gracious hosts, excellent breakfast. Very handy to the best restaurant we found in the area--Java Jack's even has home grown delicious lettuce (not a normal NL commodity). Rocky Harbour is central to Gros Morne, a fabulous place to explore.

- Anonymous, from new hampshire, usa 26 August 2011

We stayed at Wild Flowers B&B in July 2011 and thoroughly enjoyed our stay? The beds were comfortable and the rooms very clean. The location was ideal as we were visiting Gros Morne National Park which was very close. Even though breakfast was usually served from 8 am they accommodated us with an earlier time as we needed to head out earlier. We would recommend them for sure.

- Karen and Grant Crosbie, from Oakville, Ontario 7 July 2011

We called your guest house home for five days in July 2010 while we explored Gros Morne National Park. After the day's hike it was so nice to come "home" to this beautiful and spacious cabin, but equally important your delicious breakfast was an excellent start of each day. Thank you for a memorable stay.

- Eva & Jan, from Calgary, AB 3 August 2010

We have now stayed at Wild Flowers twice - fall 08 and July 09. Both times Rod and Lerly and now their son and daughter-in-law made us feel so welcome. Of all the places we have stayed in Newfoundland, this is our favourite. Lovely rooms, tasty breakfast. It was a pleasant, restful haven at the end of each day of adventure at Gros Morne.

- Helen Murray, from Toronto, Canada 30 July 2009

What a wonderful place to stay. Warm, friendly and beautifully appointed. The very best on a lovely 3 week stay in Newfoundland. Wild Flowers was recommended to us and we will certainly tell anyone travelling here to stay with you. Thank you both for a special time.

- Dianne and Richard Black, from Victoria, BC 3 October 2008

We spent three nights at this beautiful bed and breakfast. It would be difficult to find a more impressive place to stay. Accomodations have character and are extremely clean. Service and food are the best we've experienced. Will highly recommend to others.

- Keith and Sharon Wiebe, from Brandon, Manitoba 3 October 2008

The Wildflower Country Inn rates as first class in every respect. The gracious hosts Rod and Lorley catered to our every request, and more besides. I especially liked the fact that the floors had no carpeting, and it was good for my allergies. The food - the fresh made jams, eggs, porridge, etc. are five star quality. Tasteful decorations and a view of the ocean added to the peaceful, tranquil, and soul restoring atmosphere. I highly recommend this B & B. We just came from a 5 star hotel in St. John's, and I prefer here!!

- Elizabeth and Jorma, from Toronto 10 April 2008

We spent 3 nights at this beautiful B&B after 3 previous Nfld b&b's...This is by far the nicest we have visited with the best host and hostess to date. I would highly recommend this b&b. I have experienced b&b's all over Canada, the US and Europe and this one stands out. Thanks for a lovely stay in beautiful Rocky Harbour.

- David & Sandra Lowe, from Ottawa, Canada 3 April 2008

This is by far the nicest B&B we have ever stayed in and we always try to stay in B&Bs when we travel. The next B&B we went to was mentioned in Foder's as "choice" but it was a big disappointment after the clean, beautifully decorated wildflowers with its friendly hosts and great breakfast. Wildflowers really is "choice!"

- Sharlene Myers, from Michigan, USA 3 April 2008


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