The King George Room

The King George Room is the second room on the second floor. It is south-east facing, so you can enjoy the rising sun as it peeks over the other Jellybean houses of downtown St. John’s. If a sunrise is not your thing, then just simply shut the blackout curtains that Mark’s mother, Judy, made out of the most elegant fabric!

When you enter you are met with luxury. A queen four-poster bed will make you feel like the King himself, and you’ll have the sleep of your life. Certainly well-deserved on your vacation.

The working fireplace has been painstakingly restored, and we provide an engineered fire log for your enjoyment.

Cable TV and Netflix is yours to enjoy, as is complimentary bottled water and glasses and tools for opening a much-deserved bottle of wine.

The large closet contains a luggage rack, ironing board, iron, as well as two luscious bath robes.

As you step into your own private ensuite bathroom you will be greeted by a large shower, marble sink, toilet (of course), as well as a towel warmer. This little piece of heaven will alter your life! Simply turn it on, put your towels or robes in there before your shower, and revel in warmth when you’re done!

All our complimentary soaps and body products are hand-made especially for us by Tval Skin Care Clinic at 151 Water Street – a quick 8 minute walk away!

Bed and Breakfast in St. John's, Newfoundland

If one of your favourite things to do is people-watch, then the King George Room is for you. Relax in your very own vintage chairs in the huge bay window and watch Gower Street pass you by below.

The stained glass is original from 1893 and, at that time, was built into the window. The original windows were, however, heavily damaged. So when we upgraded the windows, Eldon carefully reconstructed the frames and remade them to be hung anew. In this way, you get to enjoy modern comfort while still honouring the antique charm of the house.

“The attention to detail was astounding; everything from the beautiful four poster bed to the towel warmers in the bathroom. “

– Beth P., 2022