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Fogo Island Inn is a small boutique hotel with 29 rooms on Newfoundland’s remote Fogo Island. This one-of-a-kind Canadian hideaway is worth the effort getting there. The hotel was opened in 2013 and is both modern and all about local tradition. The rooms are decorated with items made from area artisans and ingredients of the cuisine are grown on the island. Most accommodation has a wood-burning stove and all of them offers Frette linens, waffle slippers, toilets with heated seats and hardwood floors.

Fogo Island is both big and small and the best way to explore the island is by foot. There are over 200 km of paths, routes and trails on this mystical island. A local host, who will give the guests a deep understanding about the surroundings and traditions, leads the Fogo Island signature walks. The Fogo Inn also offers iceberg watching, seabird watching, bonfire nights, ocean fishing, kayaking, whale watching and much more.