Coastal Tipi Rental in Beautiful Newfoundland Fishing Village in CanadaBauline, Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada)
Coastal Tipi Rental in Beautiful Newfoundland Fishing Village in Canada
"This was just a little bit of paradise. The tipi was well equipped and wel thought out, and the hosts were very welcoming. Thank you!"
Guests will enjoy the simplicity of this cozy tipi rental in Newfoundland in Canada. There is a maximum capacity of two glampers and there is one twin bed mosquito netting, as well as another foam mattress to accommodate two. There is also seating both inside and outside the tipi. The property also offers a shared bathroom with a toilet and hot shower. The hosts have outfitted the space with warm blankets, a night table, one electrical socket, and some chairs. The camp also has a BBQ, picnic tables, firepits, a beach, candles, and flashlights. Coffee, tea, plates, and utensils are available. The mud room has a washer and dryer, and rain gear and boots are available for use while here.
The tipi is not 100% dry so guests should be willing to embrace an authentic camping experience. This tipi is made for guests looking to embrace the rustic, natural beauty of the Newfoundland coast who also want a comfortable place to sleep. The tipi encourages guests to venture out to meet locals, enjoy fishing, or simply the heat from the fire pit that sits a few steps from the accommodation.
Guests will share bathroom facilities with other guests, as well as a fire pit and picnic table.
- 1 Double bed
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Tea kettle
- Mosquito net
Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check out: 11:30 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Bauline, Newfoundland and Labrador (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
Guests will love the peaceful yet bustling area of Bauline East, a fairly active fishing town of about 18 families. Talk to the locals to learn more about the area, sample the catch of the day, or take a walk on the front beach. Explore the natural beauty of the water and surrounding trees as well as the rocky shoreline. Venture further north to enjoy Tors Cove, which offers unique shopping, local art, and delicious coastal food.
Those looking to enjoy more of Newfoundland’s natural beauty will enjoy beautiful La Manche Park, which offers wonderful hiking trails with views of a waterfall and lily-filled ponds as well as a large suspension bridge, perfect for enjoying the rapids. Birdwatchers will also love spotting over fifty species of birds in the tall tree of the park. Explore the park a bit further to discover La Manche, the ruins of an abandoned fishing village.