Burnt Cape Cabins is located in the picturesque Town of Raleigh, adjacent to Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve, a botanistís paradise which boast over 30 species of rare plants life. Burnt Cape is the first site in the world where the extremely rare Burnt Cape cinquefoil was discovered.
It is well worth the drive - which leads to the tip of Burnt Cape to experience the surreal environment that awaits you.
Newly renovated, these 4 Star cabins offer a great view overlooking Raleigh Harbour and Burnt Cape. With pillow-top mattresses, plus pull-out sofas in the living rooms, our units offer comfortable accommodations for four to six people. Featuring hardwood floors throughout, each unit has full bathroom facilities (tub and shower), access to laundry facilities, private telephone line, internet access, satellite TV and barbeque. We also have a wheelchair accessible unit. A perfect home away from home...
Vacation Home Rental
Harbour front (3 bedroom) cottage with washer/dryer. Offers more space and privacy than our cabins. A Perfect getaway for artists, writers & family vacations.
We Are Pet Friendly !!
Burnt Cape Cabins happily welcomes well-behaved pets. So that we can be prepared, please mention your pets upon making your reservation.
The town of Raleigh derived its present name in the early 1900's, when John Elliott (son of Thomas and Martha Elliott) went to New York to work as a minister. At this time, the community was known as Ha Ha Bay. The name Raleigh is believed to have been adopted from Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. During his time in the United States, John Elliott had heard the name Raleigh and had taken a liking to it.
The fishing stages, wharves, trap skiffs and artifacts serve as reminders that Raleigh was once a very busy port on the Northern Peninsula, and its people have evolved from a rich ancestry and unique culture.
Located near the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula and surrounded on three sides by cold waters from the Strait of Belle Isle, the peninsula of Burnt Cape has some of the most arctic conditions on the island of Newfoundland. But it is exactly this cold climate, together with a unique landscape and calcium-rich soil, that allows northern plant species to grow here in a rich and rare variety. Visitors to Burnt Cape should be prepared for a chilly time, even in summer. [Read More about Burnt Cape]
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