Call or text: 709.660.5466
St. Lunaire-Griquet, Nfld Canada
Welcome to St. Brendan's Motel
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Visitors to Newfoundland quickly become addicted to our incredible pan fried cod

Newfoundland - Atlantic Seafood Capital

Come and see why Newfoundland is known as the Seafood Capital of the Atlantic. In a land that lives by the sea, taste the freshest food the ocean provides.

Mouth-watering lobster, cod, halibut, salmon, and trout. Mussels, scallops, and shrimp. This morning's catch prepared for tonight's dinner - it's that fresh, and that's what makes the difference. There is also a variety of fresh lake fish served at many Newfoundland restaurants.

If you are adventurous, sample a dish of 'Cod Tongues' - a Newfoundland delicacy. Or try 'Fish & Brewis' - made with fresh cod, bread-stuffing and pork 'scrunchions'.

A culinary journey through Newfoundland and Labrador wouldn't be complete without a sampling of wild game. Find moose, caribou, bear, and rabbit prepared in both traditional and innovative ways.

Local Dining

The Daily Catch Restaurant

5 minute walk from our motel
Incredible Meals
Tel: (709) 623-2295
Alt: (709) 623-2548
112 Main Street
St. Lunaire-Griquet
Open June thru September

The Norseman Restaurant

Rated "Top 100 places to Dine"
12km north from our motel
Toll free: 1 (877) 623-2018
Tel: (709) 754-3105
L'Anse aux Meadows
Open June thru September

Northern Delight Restaurant

Full breakfast & Meals (Popular)
Short drive north of our motel
Mummer's Visit Frequently.. Fun!
Tel: (709) 623-2220
Main Street
Gunners Cove
Open mid-May thru September

Snow's Take Out

Great take-out food, Always!
A few minutes south of motel
Tel: (709) 623-2260
129 Main Street
St. Lunaire-Griquet
Open Year Round
St. Ancient inscriptions on boulder in St. Lunaire-Griquet (Photo credit - Luke Arbuckle)

The Celtic History Behind Our Name

St. Brendan's Boulder - found resting under a thicket of bush (adjacent to our location) has ancient inscriptions that have drawn major attention from researchers.

An archaelogical survey speculates a likeness between the etchings on the rock and ancient Celtic language. Stories of the travels of the Irish monk, St. Brendan - place his voyage here somewhere between 565 and 573 AD. This could indicate a European presence dating back over a thousand years before the arrival of the Vikings.
St. Brendan's Motel
Tel: (709) 660-5466
Alt: (709) 623-2520

132 Main Street (P.O. Box 99)
St. Lunaire-Griquet, NL A0K 4X0
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