Grand Fairway's Resort Cottages

At Grand Fairways Resort, we're proud to be located in the heart of it all, and we're always happy to help our guests discover the best that the area has to offer. 

Here are just a few of the many things you can experience during your stay with us!

Experience a diverse range of attractions, within walking distance or a short drive from your cottage. 

Area Attractions

Drive The Boot

Drive the Boot: Looking for an unforgettable way to explore the peninsula? Take a road trip! Discover hidden gems in quaint seaside locales such as Spanish Room, Calmer and Lawn. There are plenty of fun activities during your journey – from lounging on idyllic beaches & hiking through majestic trails, to visiting historical sites or uncovering unique cultural experiences - each awaiting you with surprises along the way. So hop into that car and embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure today! Check out the website below for some of the highlights!


Frenchman's Cove Park

Frenchman’s Cove Provincial Park
Our resort is situated in the heart of a stunning provincial park, surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. This idyllic location offers a plethora of activities for guests to enjoy, including leisurely walks, refreshing swims, exciting playgrounds, pristine beaches, fishing and picturesque picnic areas. 


Fortune Head Geology Centre

Fortune Head Geology Centre:
Discover the secrets of centuries past at the Fortune Head Geology Centre! Welcome to a journey through geologic time, from 2.3 billion-year-old fossils up to 541 million years and beyond - where we mark life on Earth's increased biological diversity. Kids big and little will love the interactive sandbox while adults can learn about 1929's Burin Peninsula Tsunami in our realistic tsunami simulator! For an even closer look into history, join one of the expert guides for tours around Horsebrook Trail or across Fortune Head Ecological Reserve; who knows? You may just come face to face with some trilobites left behind over millions of eons ago..



Marystown stands as the largest community, commercial hub, and services center in the region, and it's only a mere 20-minute drive away. This bustling town offers a plethora of amenities, including grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, and much more. While you're there, be sure to visit the Marystown Model Ship Museum, or take a leisurely stroll around Jane’s Pond or Landing Place Pond. 



Grande Meadows Golf Course:
Located right next door to our resort, Grande Meadows Golf Course is a stunning 9-hole course.


Visit France

Dreamed of Visiting France
St. Pierre et Miquelon, a cluster of petite French islands situated off the coast of Newfoundland, are conveniently reachable from the Burin Peninsula. Ferries operate frequently from the town of Fortune, which is located just a brief drive from our resort, to the picturesque island of St. Pierre. Upon arrival, visitors can immerse themselves in the delightful streets of the town, indulge in delectable French cuisine, and discover the islands' fascinating history and culture.

Loved by the locals

Local Berry Picking: from June to September indulge in the delicious tradition of berry picking. In Frenchman's Cove, you can pick a range of berries, including sweet blueberries, tart partridge berries, and juicy bakeapples. 

Seasonal Fresh Lobster: We are located near some of the best lobster fishing grounds in the region meaning guests have the ability to purchase fresh lobster from local fisherman. The season is Mid-April to Mid-June.

A bird watcher's paradise

Situated adjacent a large barachois, sand and mud flats, mixed forests, and tidal lagoons, it is no wonder that Frenchman's Cove offers bird watchers tremendous and splendid opportunities to observe a diverse population of shore birds and waterfowl. The visitor can expect to see the lesser yellow-legs, red knots, dunlins, and sand pipers. Canada Geese, black ducks, green-winged teals, and ring necked ducks can also be seen. Unusual sea birds sighted are thick-billed mures, dovkies, northern gannets, Leach's storm petrels, common terns and ring billed gulls. Frenchman's Cove is host to over twenty species of terrestrial birds. Most notable are the bobolink and the Mrytle warbler which are considered to be rare.

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Making your stay even more enjoyable.

Even More...

Looking to enhance your experience on the Burin Peninsula? Look no further than our Boot Bucket List! Challenge yourself to check off as many of these exciting activities as possible during your stay. From hiking scenic trails to learning about the area's history, there's something for everyone on our list. So, what are you waiting for? Let's start exploring the Burin Peninsula!

Booking Your Stay.

Simply visit our Contact Us page and contact us by phone, email or fill out the contact form. We can't wait to hear from you and help you plan your perfect getaway on the beautiful Burin Peninsula in Newfoundland.

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