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Spent 2 nights at the Anchor Inn. We had room 15 which is a water view room. It was great. Well appointed, clean and comfortable. The bed was great. Ate in the restaurant and it was good too. Certainly the best place in town.
It was the most expensive of 12 nights of accommodations with the least services/amenities. Paper cups for coffee, thin fragile cups for any other beverages. Only one bedside table. No microwave or fridge.
Noise from the resident Pub carried on until midnight then customers stood...More
Response from Wilma H, Owner at Anchor Inn HotelResponded 4 days ago
Thank you for your review and also your lovely review of the Anchor Inn's Georgie's Restaurant. Its great to hear that you enjoyed your meal as well as the service.
You'd be happy to hear that we agree with you about single use cups and...More
The ocean view rooms are great. However, I didn't see how people with accessibility problems would get to them. The normal rooms are accessible through a ramp at the main entrance. There was nothing out of place in our room. It was very clean and...More
The anchor inn is a cute place, clean and comfortable but no fridge in the room like we were told when we reserved. It was the most expensive place during our whole trip and it was the one with less services.
We were booked in to stay 1 night at Iceberg Ally. When we arrived there, it was locked up. We knocked the doors and rang the bells but got no answer.
Rather than hang around we drove through Twillingate and saw the Anchor Inn. We...More
Thank you very much for your inquiry. We do not possess an accessibility designation due to the age of the building. I would characterize our building as partially accessible. However, it is my understanding that scooters... More
Thank you very much for your inquiry. We do not possess an accessibility designation due to the age of the building. I would characterize our building as partially accessible. However, it is my understanding that scooters can require an even higher level of accessibility. We are hoping that new renovations slated for 2018 will allow us to be more accessible. While this is not helpful to you for this coming season it is something we are proudly moving toward. I believe a newly renovated property Admiralty B & B is fully accessible. Maybe they would be able to assist you. If you require any other assistance please contact again.
Happy to hear you are making Twillingate a part of your visit. "Kitchen Parties" were a very common part of rural Newfoundland culture and consisted of families and friends bringing instruments to each other's... More
Happy to hear you are making Twillingate a part of your visit. "Kitchen Parties" were a very common part of rural Newfoundland culture and consisted of families and friends bringing instruments to each other's homes and entertaining through songs and storytelling. Everyone participated. Today's kitchen parties try to recreate this experience. There is generally one or two entertainers that perform and encourage those attending to participate through singing along, learning to play the spoons or ugly sticks. There is often an opportunity to participate in a screech-in. This is where people become "honourary" Newfoundlanders. We generally have Kitchen Parties on Friday nights but this year's schedule isn't finalize just yet. The great news for you is the "Split Peas" do perform the Thursday night that you are visiting and they do a wonderful show that isn't called a kitchen party but has some of the elements of a kitchen party and is a visitor favourite. Thank you for your inquiry and I hope this is useful.