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    By The Sea Inn & Café Welcomes You
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    Located in Scenic King's Point, Newfoundland
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    Newfoundland's Winter Season Playground
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    All the Comforts of Home & So Much More
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    Enjoy a Guided Sea Kayaking Tour
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    The Perfect Romantic Getaway Within a Mystical Setting
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    King's Point - Newfoundland's Ocean Gem
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    Experience Our Rich History & Culture
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    You Just Never Know Who You'll Meet
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    World Renowned Hiking Trails
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    An Outdoor Enthusiast's Paradise
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    Our Customers Regularly Visit Our Restaurant From Near & Far
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    Evenings in King's Point are Always Unforgettable!
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    The Most Peaceful Location for a Great Night's Sleep
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    Newfoundland's Ice Giants are worth Writing Home About

We Are Open All Year Round
Located in King's Point, Newfoundland
Call Us: (709) 268-3828
Email Us: reservations@bythesearesort.ca

A Warm Welcome from By The Sea Inn & Café

Your Getaway to Relaxation

Situated on the scenic shoreline of the Central Newfoundland's Green Bay, all of our guest suites have truly breathtaking viewing opportunities of whales, seals, and eagles.

By The Sea Inn & Café offers you all you need, when it's time for a break from the ordinary. By The Sea Inn & Café really is your getaway.

Take in the waves and wildlife in our newly renovated outdoor café. Open year round, we invite you to join us as our guest, and leave as our friend.


Plan A Sea Kayaking Adventure During Your Stay

During your stay at By The Sea Inn & Café, plan on a sea kayaking adventure with avid paddler Tim Howse from Aspenwood Tours.

Tim knows the bay, the coastline and the land. He has the equipment and loves to instruct new paddlers or challenge the experienced.

Observe eagles and osprey. Have your camera ready for chance encounters with dolphins and whales.

During spring and early summer, you may also cross paths with a 10,000 year old iceberg drifting down Iceberg Alley on a southerly migration from Greenland.