Fogo Island Suite
Fogo Island Family Suite
Fogo Island Inn offers nightly rates and curated packages. All stays feature a variety of activities and accommodations in one of the inn's 29 unique, individually decorated guest suites. All rooms have dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows that face the swirling Atlantic surf, located less than 100 feet from your bed. Most suites have a wood-burning fireplace stove; all are furnished with quiet luxuries and handmade furniture and quilts. All feature large walk-in showers, locally sourced toiletries, Newfoundland books, robes, slippers, and creature comforts.
These intimate nests are located on the first, second, and third floors; all provide mesmerizing views of the sea crashing onto the ancient rocks of the Back Western Shore.
The Newfoundland Rooms on the third floor have a bath and shower as well as unobstructed views of the horizon. Under soaring ceilings, the dramatic fourth floor suites are steps away from the rooftop lounge, the sauna, and the outdoor hot tubs; and feature a walk-in shower.
Fogo Island Suites accommodate up to two persons. Two of these suites are large corner rooms, one oriented west to catch the sunset on Fogo Head, the other east, for views of the harbor at Joe Batt’s Arm in the morning light. The suites can be adjoined or configured as a sitting room, a second bedroom, or a workspace.
Fogo Island Family Suites are perfect for families of up to 4. Each suite is as spectacular and varied as Fogo Island itself. All have a bath tub, walk-in shower, and wood stove. Some have an extra washroom.
The Captain’s Quarters is a sublime outport sanctuary located within two stories in a corner of the lodge and commanding vistas to the north, east, and south.
We’ve collaborated with Fogo Island Inn to design the year-round Seven Seasons itinerary for National Geographic travelers. The package includes round-trip ferry and ground transfers between the lodge and Gander International Airport, meals, and a wide selection of excursions that can be tailored to fit your individual needs and interests.
Seek out 10,000-year-old icebergs off the coast of Fogo Island with the lodge’s Escape to Iceberg Alley package, offered each year from May 15 to June 30. The package includes a welcome drink chilled with iceberg shards, all meals, a half-day boating excursion through Iceberg Alley, and additional excursions tailored to fit your individuals needs and interests. National Geographic travelers are exclusively invited to take part in a foraging and cooking excursion with the lodge chef.
Go foraging during Fogo’s berry harvest (September 1 to October 31), and use your bounty for a variety of culinary-based activities, including a traditional outdoor boil up. The package includes a berry-infused welcome drink, all meals, and a selection of excursions that can be tailored to fit your individual interests, including a private foraging session and cooking lesson with the lodge chef—an experience exclusively reserved for National Geographic travelers.
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