Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Hotel review: Fisher's Loft, Port Rexton, NL

We stayed one night at Fisher's Loft in Port Rexton, which is about an hour from our home in Clarenville. When I first called them, the first thing they asked is if there were any down allergies. I have never been asked that, but I was so happy that they pay attention to little details since Cohen is severely allergic to feathers. They were super accommodating on the phone, trying to find a room that would be spacious enough for a crib. 

(comfy bed) 

(the travel crib was already set up for us. i love that) 

(this living area is shared by all the rooms in this building. cute) 

(cool bathroom)

Price: This is the shoulder season, so we got our room for $135. 
Bathroom: Really nice. The toiletries were really good and the bath was huge and clean. 
Breakfast: We didn't make it to breakfast, but it is there, at a cost
Wifi: Yes, free
TV: There was a tiny wall-mounted tv that didn't get very many channels. I don't think people come here to watch TV
Pool: No
Location: Really close to the water and this cute coffee shop. There was an iceberg right in the harbor when we were there, which was cool. Fifteen minute drive from Trinity. 
Parking: Lots, free. 

- For whatever reason, Cohen would not sleep in this room. We tried everything, including watching cartoons while he cuddled between Jon and I, and nothing worked. After hours of Cohen getting more and more tired and less consolable, we bailed. We were only an hour from home, and Jon and I were loving the idea of getting some real sleep in our own bed. We got home around 11 pm, and Cohen smiled when he saw his own crib, and went right to sleep. Slept great all night. Toddlers are strange like that. So we technically didn't actually spend a whole night here. Maybe someday. We would definitely stay here again. 

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