Burnt Berry



While ideally positioned in an area of natural beauty, peace and tranquility you can enjoy the best of both worlds with no need to sacrifice the amenities of modern day life.

Just 2km away, the Trans Canada Highway will take you to the nearby service centers of Springdale and Grand-Falls - Windsor.




Town of Springdale

Town of Kings Point

Town of Triton

Town of Grand Falls - Windsor

Deer Lake Airport


at just 15km is a bustling town of 3,500 with a variety of business outlets, government offices and recreational facilities. A focal point for residents of the many smaller communities in the greater area, it has an hospital, a number of schools and organizations, retirement homes and cottages, banks and supermarkets.

The many smaller communities found along the shores of Halls Bay and Green Bay reflect the traditional lifestyles of outport Nflders.

Leaving Burnt Berry, the road north takes you to the farming communities of Kings Point and Rattling Brook, nestled at the edge of a mountainous fjord that stretches into Green Bay and a ring of fishing communities that include Harrys Harbour and Nicky's Nose Cove on route 391. Exiting route 390 a bit further east, is the road to the Little Bay Islands Ferry terminal and the communities of St. Patricks, Little Bay and Beachside.

South Brook

7km east on the Trans Canada is at the exit to Halls Bay South and a number of coastal island communities along route 380, dubbed the Beothuck trail because of its long native history. Place names like Brighton and Triton are reminders of British origins. Triton although small in size is a prosperous fishing community with many small businesses including hotels and restaurants. Many of the towns are built on islands connected by short causeways. A mosaic of salt water arms and tickles penetrate a landscape of rolling green forests. The areas unique character is testament to its historic seafaring traditions. Once only accessable by water, feats of modern day engineering have incorporated these scattered ports into the intricate network of roads that connect old and new. Long Island is accessable by way of a 5 min. ferry run which takes you to the remote communities of Lushes Bight and Beaumont.

Grand Falls-Windsor

one of the islands major shopping centers with a variety of medical and other professional services also available is 90km east on the TCH.

Deer Lake

The Deer Lake airport with international flights and the scenic Humber valley is 120km west on the TCH.

Local Conveniences

The Burnt Berry Motel, Restaurant and Lounge is located right at the intersection with the Trans Canada Highway. A gas station-convenience store and a craft shop-tourist information center is just down the road along with local farms selling fresh vegetables.

Site Design / Photography: © Dave Tilley