Newfoundland – Fogo Island Inn

Fogo Island Inn sits on an island, off an island, at one of the four corners of the earth. Every one of our 29 one-of-a-kind guest rooms and suites has dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto the wildest and most powerful ocean on the planet. A stimulating relief from the numbing uniformity of modern times, the award-winning Inn is built on the principles of sustainability and respect for nature and culture. The Inn is a community asset, and 100% of operating surpluses are reinvested into the community to help secure a sustainable and resilient future for Fogo Island, Newfoundland.


Led by Executive Chef Jonathan Gushue, the Inn’s culinary team uses ingredients dictated by Fogo Island’s still-wild world to create dishes that are grounded in this place. Changing daily and with the seven seasons, the dining menu reflects the region: perched in the Labrador current, the subarctic landscape is bounded on all sides by the rich North Atlantic. Ingredients that most often find their way onto guests’ plates are those that are fished, farmed, and foraged right there: scallops with parsnips and rhubarb jelly, salt cod and shaved turnip, roasted cabbage and bakeapples.


Fogo’s 29 guest rooms were designed to carry forward the richness of outport traditions in concert with the very best contemporary design elements. The world outside the walls, the natural world, receives love, attention, and respect equal to that which we show their guests.

The pricing is designed to be inclusive of a complete hospitality experience. To that end, rates are inclusive of all meals, a half-day Island Orientation with a Community Host, and most excursions.

To Do

A comprehensive look at everything to do on Fogo Island in each of our seven distinct seasons: warm Summers (July 1-August 31), snowy Winters (December 1-February 28), a spectacular Pack Ice Season (March 1-31), hopeful Spring(April 1-May 31), June’s Trap Berth Season (June 1-30), bountiful wild berry picking in autumn’s Berry Season(September 1-October 31), and a temperamental Late Fall(November 1-30). All provide different perspectives for getting to know Fogo Island, and perhaps yourself.REQUEST A QUOTE

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