If Fogo Island has been on your travel radar, let us confirm what you’ve been thinking and wondering … Yes, you should definitely book a trip to this architectural marvel! If you’ve never heard of Fogo Island, located in Newfoundland on one of the four corners of Canada, let us introduce you to a most incredible spot to get married away… or if it suits you better, a honeymoon.
Conceived by Fogo Island native, Zita Cobb, and designed by Newfoundland-born architect, Todd Saunders, Fogo Island Inn sits on 420 million year old ancient rock, which contrasts nicely with it’s modern design. An extraordinary venue for intimate celebratory gatherings, we think you should consider celebrating your wedding on an island, off an island, and off the radar.
The Inn has great spaces to host events, especially if you were to do a full-resort buy out. From the rooftop terrace with breathtaking views, to a rustic seaside ceremony, this unique hotel is perfectly situated to host a party you won’t forget.
– A dinner with traditional Newfoundland cuisine or a contemporary take from the award-winning dining room.
– A quiet and private affair, or one punctuated by the traditional sound of a shotgun and a community who loves a good scuff (that means celebration!)
– An evening of stargazing and gentle ocean breezes on the Inn’s fourth floor rooftop terrace.
-A campfire with marshmallows and fresh sea air.