the original wooden stair case are the “The Cowan” bedroom, “The Clarence” bedroom, another full bathroom and desk/computer area, “Tilley’s Perch”.
The “Clarence” room – named in recognition of Clarenceville…Clarenville’s original name - features a luxurious king-size bed covered with traditional Newfoundland quilt. Located at the front of the house, in the peak, this room provides a great view of Random Sound.
The “Cowan” room – at the rear of the house – has two single beds (including a feather bed). This room is named after William Cowan, recognized as the area’s first settler back in the 1840s. There is also a cozy full bathroom on the upper floor.
On the upstairs landing “Tilley’s Perch”, guests find a desk and computer, providing a delightful area for writing, planning the next day’s excursion or checking in to the office (oh no!). This quaint area is named after Scholar John Tilley, one of the original settlers in the area who got his nickname because he was able to teach himself to read and write.
Relax… enjoy the mature property!
At the end of the day exploring the Clarenville area relax and enjoy an evening drink on the rear deck as the you “fire up” the BBQ.
Take a stroll through the large rear garden and into the wooded hills providing the backdrop for the Cromwell House.
Haven’t had enough? Grab a mountain bike (and helmet of course!!) and ride along the never ending T’Railway that winds its way through beautiful Shoal Harbour valley.