Rosewood Suites and Rosebud Cottage sit in the heart of historic Trinity, one of Newfoundland's most popular tourist destinations. Trinity has much to see and do. Spend your days taking in spectacular vistas, historic sites, and tours and fill your evenings with local cuisine and live theatre. Relax, refresh, and recharge in our newly restored property in one of Newfoundland's best preserved outports.

Rising Tide Theatre

rising tide theatre

Lots of fun and local colour, Rising Tide Theatre offers a variety of plays, dinner theatre, and the ever-popular Trinity Pageant, an outdoor theatre experience. All right in the heart of Trinity.

Boat Tours

boat tours

Explore Trinity Bay to see whales, icebergs, seabirds, etc. (depending on time of year) with Sea of Whales Adventures or Trinity Eco-Tours, which also offers kayaking tours.

Historical Sites

historical sites

Trinity brims with historical sites! Stop by Trinity Visitor Center; Trinity Historical Society’s sites: the Lester-Garland House, Trinity Museum, Green Family Forge, Cooperage, Court House (Gaol and General Building), Fort Point Military Site (lighthouse); and the Provincial Historic Sites: Hiscock House and the Mercantile Premises. See the many registered historical structures, such as St. Paul’s Anglican Church and Church of the Most Holy Trinity. Also, Trinity Historical Walking Tours explores the town’s history and landmarks.



Trinity offers dining options within easy walking distance: Dock Marina (casual breakfast, lunch, dinner), Twine Loft (breakfast, Happy Hour, and fine dining for dinner), Skipper Bob’s (casual breakfast, lunch, early dinner), Sophia’s Dining (casual lunch, dinner). And Aunt Sarah’s Chocolate Shop and Sweet Rock Ice Cream offer delicious treats.



Our yellow Labrador Retriever Saffron recommends a hike on the trails on Rider’s Hill and Gun Hill for a great view overlooking the town. The award-winning Skerwink Trail in Trinity East is just a 10-minute drive. For more trails see Hike Discovery.



As you stroll the streets of Trinity you will find several arts and craft shops, many featuring local, handmade products.

Trinity Area

trinity area

Within a short drive from Trinity, you can visit the Random Passage Site (New Bonaventure), English Harbour Arts Centre, Champney’s West Aquarium, and the popular Port Rexton Brewing, to name just a few.

Bonavista Area

bonavista area

Trinity is a great home base for exploring the entire Bonavista peninsula. The town of Bonavista has some interesting shops & restaurants, historic sites, the Garrick Theatre, the Bonavista Lighthouse, and the Dungeon Provincial Park. There’s also a great puffin viewing site in Elliston and the popular Bonavista Social Club, Upper Amherst Cove.