The Big Brook Wheelhouse vacation rental is a tiny house located in Burlington, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The first water wheel sawmill was built in Burlington in the late 1880s, and the wheelhouse is a reminder of the town’s rich history. The interior of the wheelhouse offers a unique and functional design, with many reclaimed boards from family homes and wharves over 90 years old.
Guests can relax and enjoy the soft trickle of the functioning water wheel while enjoying the view of the harbour from the deck or fire pit.
The Big Brook Wheelhouse is available for rent on Airbnb and you can see all the details of this beautiful vacation rental in Burlington. The rental price ranges depending on the time of year and availability so please check the listing for the latest pricing information for Big Brook Wheelhouse. The wheelhouse is a cozy and relaxing space with a direct view of the ocean from the common room.
The location offers breathtaking scenery, endless hiking and snowshoe trails, wildlife encounters, and whale and iceberg viewing when Mother Nature cooperates. The service is bilingual, and guests can explore the town and meet the locals.
Where Is Burlington NL?
Burlington is a small fishing and lumbering community located in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It is situated on Route 413 at the north side of the mouth of Green Bay, approximately 40 km from Baie Verte. According to the 2021 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Burlington had a population of 304 living in 119 of its 135 total private dwellings, with a population density of 74.3/km2.
Burlington gained some popularity after being featured on the TV show Majumder Manor, which was hosted by comedian Shaun Majumder, who is originally from Burlington. Majumder has worked with the towns of Burlington, Middle Arm, and Smith’s Harbour to promote tourism in the area.
Burlington is also home to an outdoor festival called The Gathering, which features music, food, and hiking trips. Visitors can also enjoy the Alexander Murray Hiking Trail, Kings Point Heritage House, Skipper Joe’s Souvenirs, and King’s Point Pottery.