The main lodge, over 7,000 square feet, is made of native spruce, pine and juniper and affords a magnificent view of the river and all her majesty through a circular wall of windows. The art work throughout the lodge complements the décor and speaks of a history all its own.
There are 7 private bedrooms – hand made quilts over inner-spring mattresses and down comforters, a comfortable reading chair and plenty of closet space. Each room has its own bathroom and shower with plenty of hot water and linens. There is a large sitting room in the common area with a massive river rock fireplace, a library with a cozy wood stove, a dining table which can seat 16, a well stocked fly-tying corner, two cigar friendly screened-in porches, a bubbling hot-tub, pool table, wood fired sauna, exercise room, outdoor fireplace; and each guest is assigned his or her own gear–locker for their reels, camera, and favourite hat. We provide quality fishing gear and breathable gortex waders in varying sizes for your use. All you need to bring are your personal items.
Outside the lodge, there are boardwalks and kayaks. Feel free to wander around or paddle downstream and just relax in the silence of the wilderness. We are happy arrange fly-outs to show you the wonder of Labrador.
If you really must mix business with pleasure, or if you are looking for a wilderness corporate retreat, or a remote place to have that strategic planning meeting we have everything you need:
Outside the lodge, there are boardwalks for walking and kayaks for those who wish to paddle downstream and just relax in the silence of the wilderness. We arrange fly-outs to see the wonder of Labrador – see icebergs, whales, fish, and beauty. You can also visit the National Memorial to the Labrador Fishery at Battle Harbour, or simply to fly over this wonderful big land.