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Nora’s Nook at Norris Point: Magical Cabin


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Nora’s Nook is a modern take on a saltbox-style home, with a breathtaking number of windows that look out into the mountains beyond. It has nine giant windows on the front and more on the sides to allow natural light to flood into the bright space. The second floor is an open loft with a bedroom, office, and sitting area.

There’s another bedroom on the first floor and two luxurious bathrooms in the house. One bathroom has a soaking tub, while the other is completely tiled and has a walk-in shower stall. The cabin sits on one of the islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon off the coast of Canada in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Updated Saltbox Style w/ Tons of Windows!

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Lots of lights along the edges of the house!

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What a grand living room space.

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A staircase takes you up the spacious loft.

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There’s a spacious kitchen with a farmhouse sink.

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Everything is creamy white and bright!

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The dining room also has a spacious window.

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Wow! What a glorious spot to sleep.

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An open closet lets you store your things.

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There’s even an office if you need to work.

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Look at the gorgeous mountain views.

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You definitely won’t feel claustrophic here!

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There’s a cozier bedroom on the first floor, also with incredible views.

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One of the bathrooms has an amazing soaking tub and an arched window!

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What a romantic space.

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The other bathroom has a walk-in shower.

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The whole bathroom has tile!

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This is the entryway to the home.

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A wood stove keeps things cozy!

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You’re in a quaint little corner of the island!

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Details:

  • Experience the beauty of Gros Morne National Park
  • Unique Airbnb nestled in Norris Point, on family-owned land
  • Modern take on traditional saltbox design
  • Stunning panoramic views of Tablelands UNESCO World Heritage site, Shagg cliff, and Bonne Bay
  • Perfect home base for outdoor activities with endless opportunities for exploration and adventure
  • Open concept design with vaulted ceilings
  • 1400+ sqft loft-style home with 8 picture windows showcasing dramatic landscapes
  • Upstairs bedroom area with king-sized bed, free-standing closet, and hand-made rocking chair
  • Dedicated workspace with lounging area
  • Full bathroom with freestanding soaker tub
  • Downstairs features a second bedroom with a queen-sized bed
  • Full bathroom with stand-up shower
  • Open concept dining, kitchen, and living area with wood-burning stove
  • Filled with personal touches inspired by traditional Newfoundland design
  • Quirky details adding character to the space
  • Hand-made and antique furniture
  • Art by local artists
  • Style reflects local culture of subsistence living with pops of color

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Donna Rae
    June 6, 2024, 9:00 pm

    What a gorgeous place! Can’t really see much to change though an enclosed closet would be a nice feature. I’m a little surprised that they used a photo of the bathroom that looks like dirty water in the tub. Probably some sort of scented additive but it just looks ookie. One must be aware of what something looks like and not what something is. Just a suggestion. It wouldn’t discourage me from staying but first impressions are important.

    • James D.
      June 7, 2024, 1:06 am

      Mind that baths can be used with salts, scented oils, various bubble bath products, etc. for things like physical therapy, health benefits, and simple relaxing experience, which is what the photo actually shows.

      People just tend to not think of what gives them enjoyment would be something that is looked on negatively by others. While impressions are not always something people can control, no matter what they do, as there are things that will always be interpreted differently by different people… This is just an example…

  • Wendy Porter Kean
    June 6, 2024, 9:01 pm

    Beautiful! However not anywhere close to St. Pierre et Miquelon. Norris Point is inside Gros Morne National Park which is up the northern peninsula of the island of Newfoundland.

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