About Rolling Hills Bed & Breakfast
Experience the picturesque landscape and scenic tranquility of Trinity, Newfoundland while you enjoy the warmth and hospitality of Rolling Hills Bed & Breakfast and Aunte Hattie’s Vacation Home, and enjoy two of the region’s most charming accommodations.
Located along the northernmost edge of the North American continent, the storied region has welcomed travelers from far and wide since the earliest discovery of the west, and has preserved that rich history in Trinity Bay.
For over a century, Rolling Hills Bed & Breakfast has stood at the foothills of Dunfield, Newfoundland, welcoming visitors with a quant elegance and pastoral beauty befitting our magnificent landscape. Since William James and Mary Jane Clark first built their homestead in 1903, Rolling Hills Bed & Breakfast has retained all of its idyllic wonder, and features the original 4 bedrooms, architecture, and magnificent stained-glass features that were familiar to the home’s original family of five. The youngest of the family’s three sons, Edgar, stayed on in his childhood home, where he would raise his own family, before passing it on to his grandson in the 1960’s.
Ed Beckett had long admired the quiet homestead, and after retiring in 1996, he and his wife Margaret purchased the estate after 4 generations of being inhabited by the Clark family. After restoring the home to its former splendor, the Beckett’s converted the former Clark house to Rolling Hills Bed and Breakfast, furnishing each room with queen beds, laundry facilities, and again filling its dining room with hearty meals.
Ed and Margaret welcome you to join them, and enjoy the land that both they and the Clark family held so dear.