For an unforgettable getaway, this property combines striking architecture with a raw wilderness landscape.
More than just a hotel, Fogo Island Inn is a trust with a federal mandate to contribute to the economic enrichment of the local community. The result: a marvel of modern geometric design that maintains traditions through partnerships with artists, designers, geologists, architects, fishermen and chefs. Located off Newfoundland's northeast coast, this property has just 29 guest suites overlooking islets, rocks and shoals, and every textile and piece of furniture was locally made, offering subtle, elegant accents in the light-filled accommodations. On the menu at the restaurant, island produce such as caribou moss and pine mushrooms prevail. Those who want to discover the dramatic subarctic and marine surroundings can participate in nature and cultural encounters led by local hosts.