Blanchard House, Woody Point, was designated a Registered Heritage Structure on April 26, 2013 by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador.

 

   Blanchard House is a fully restored heritage Inn located in the Town of  Woody Point, in the south sector of Gros Morne National Park.   

Blanchard House provides four elegant bedrooms with private bathrooms, a continental  breakfast and laundry facilities.  

 

     

   The Blanchard family operated the ferry service between Norris Point and Woody Point for many years.  When bad weather prevented the 

ferry from crossing Bonne Bay, Blanchard House would be full of passengers stranded for the night.   Blanchard House was also home 

to the first R.C.M.P. constable stationed in the Bonne Bay area.

 

   

   Russell and Ivy Crocker purchased the Blanchard House in 1996 and fully restored the building to its early twentieth century splendour.   

On your next visit to Gros Morne National Park, give Russell or Ivy a call to book one of our Queen En-suite rooms and experience the charm  and stately elegance of Blanchard House.   

     

 

 

Contact :

 

Russell & Ivy Crocker

 

   P. O. Box 130    Trout River, NL    A0K 5P0    E-mail:  ivycrocker@hotmail.com

 

Tel (709) 451-3236    Toll Free 1 877 951-3236        Fax (709) 451-3236