Morris Manor

Morris Manor
Morris Manor
Nestled in the beautiful and historic community of Trinity, the Morris Manor is a mid 19th century home (c. 1862) that has undergone extensive renovations while retaining the original Newfoundland character. Originally owed by Nathaniel Morris or "Gentleman Nat" as he was referred to, this house is a two-and-a-half-storied, fully-studded wooden dwelling constructed from local fir. Registered as a heritage home, our guests will be certain to experience the authentic charm of the Morris Manor, while being pampered with all the amenities of our luxury accommodations. Situated in the heart of the community, we invite our guests to experience the Newfoundland culture and spirit Trinity emulates.

"...We had a wonderful holiday visiting Newfoundland and other Atlantic Provinces...Thank you for fixing up this lovely house and equipping it so well. It was the nicest accommodation of our three week holiday. Our only regret is that we didn't stay longer..."
R. M., Toronto, Ontario

Histortical community of Trinity
Experience the charm of Trinity!!
(Morris Manor - Center of picture and in the heart of the community)

  • Beautifully furnished home with fully equipped kitchen
  • Three bedrooms to comfortably accommodate six guests
  • Master bedroom with jacuzzi style tub
  • Modern conveniences such as
    • high speed internet access
    • VCR/DVD
    • Cable TV
    • Telephone/fax service
  • BBQ
  • House cleaning and 24 hour return laundry service
  • Endless list of activities and attractions including the local pageant, dinner theatre, kayaking and boat tours

Book now and join us for an unforgettable experience!!

Off Season Rates - Winter escape!
Per Night - $160
Per Week - $950

Peak Season Rates - June 1-September 30
Per Night: $260
Per Week: $1655

Phone: 709-368-0273 or Toll free at 1-866-364-2470

Head Office Manager: Donna Hunt
Phone: 709-368-0273
3 Commonwealth Avenue
Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1N 1W3, Canada
Facsimile: 709-368-8973

Beautifully Restored

4 Star Cottage

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