Scenic Hay Cove – Your Northern Coffee Experience
Hay Cove is a tiny fishing village on the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula, located just minutes from L’Anse aux Meadows World UNESCO site, where the vikings were the first Europeans to re-discover North America.
The population is not large, the census notes just 32 residents. However, these are likely not year-round livyers. Yet for a tiny community, there are three Bed & Breakfasts (Marilyn’s Hospitality Home. Viking Nest B&B and Viking Village B&B), walking trails, icebergs and a newly opened coffee-house that offers freshly brewed coffee, espresso and other drinks from flavored beans and at times entertainment. I look forward to getting a fresh cup of coffee when next in Hay Cove.
During my last visit, I was pleasantly surprised by freshly baked cinnamon roles at Mrs. Hedderson’s house when visiting residents. They were delicious.
It is great to see local residents of Hay Cove create small business and expand local opportunities. This region is supported by a strong local independent business community. Let’s build stronger communities and create new opportunities.
Plan you trip to the Great Northern Peninsula today!Christopher Mitchelmore, MHA The Straits-White Bay North
Posted on September 24, 2013, in Community Economic Development, Landscapes/Geography and tagged Christopher Mitchelmore, Great Northern Peninsula, L'Anse aux Meadows, Small business, Straits-White Bay North, The Straits White Bay North, trail, Viking. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.