Located off the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland, Canada, Fogo Island is a remote yet accessible little spot (think: just over 2,000 people living in 10 distinct communities). Situated in the Labrador Current along "Iceberg Alley," the Island Inn sits by the rugged shores of the wild North Atlantic Ocean. This island is rich in history; the name "Fogo" comes from the Portuguese word for fire.
All 29 suites include floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of the sea and sky. Two floors of guest suites sit atop the Inn’s stilts, a nod to traditional outport fishing stages. The Inn’s sharp angles and rough contours mirror Fogo Island’s jagged and uneven landscape.
Hungry? Don’t miss out on dining in the gorgeous dining room. With dramatic vaulted ceilings, this room looks out to the ocean with views of the distant Barr’d Islands and looks out over the ocean with views of the community of Barr’d Islands in the distance. Depending on the season, guests can also enjoy views of icebergs, whales breaching offshore, or enjoy a front-row view of a true North Atlantic gale. Speaking of seasons...
Guests can choose to stay during one of seven seasons. Wait, seven? Yes! The Fogo Island Inn’s website assures visitors that whichever season they choose, there will be a myriad of things to do. Whether it’s berry season, late fall, summer, trap berth, spring, pack ice, or winter, the Inn is a wonderful place to experience it.