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Great location, yummy breakfasts, comfy rooms, but Eileen and Howard are the best reason to stay here.
When my wife's knee gave out, Eileen came to the rescue with a cold compress from her freezer. Then, when a downstairs room became available, she insisted we...More
A charming heritage house a short walk to everything in the old city. Spacious and comfortable rooms, full breakfasts to order, and very informative, congenial hosts. Thank you very much, Eileen and Howard!
Stayed here three times in June 2016. Comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast and great location. We were made most welcomed by the hosts and had other guests with lots to talk about.The hosts more than exceeded our expectations in a genuine manner and natural hospitality. Yes...More
We started off our trip here and it was truly enjoyable. Having spent 14 days in B&B's across the province, we look back at this one as one of the best. It is on a busy street but that is not an issue for us,...More
We just returned from a wonderful 6 days in St. John's. It was our first visit to Newfoundland, so we were unsure about the best area to stay in the city. How fortunate that we found the Banberry House! It had everything we needed as...More
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I imagine you could ask for a specific room--just ask. We stayed in two different rooms (One when we first arrived in St John's, the second when we're were ending our trip and returning home.) They were pretty equal--and... More
I imagine you could ask for a specific room--just ask. We stayed in two different rooms (One when we first arrived in St John's, the second when we're were ending our trip and returning home.) They were pretty equal--and both great, so maybe there's not so much difference between rooms.
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"We were in room #4 facing the street. The street was busy and noisy at times from the cars."