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Art Retreat: Newfoundland's Fogo Island Inn

(Photo courtesy of Fogo Island Inn)Are you seeking an off-the-radar location for your next summer getaway? Look no further than the Fogo Island Inn, a minimalist wood-and-glass hotel featured in the July/August issue of Lonny.
(Photo courtesy of Fogo Island Inn)Set on the craggy coast of Newfoundland, Canada, the hotel is at the center of a burgeoning arts movement intent on preserving the cultural heritage of the fishing community that has long called the island home.
(Photo courtesy of Fogo Island Inn)Inside each of the 29 guest rooms, you'll find locally sourced treasures such as handmade quilts and rugs, wallpaper inspired by the sea, and Newfoundland-made furniture, as well as killer Atlantic Ocean views. I love how light and airy the wood-planked ceiling makes this room look—I might have to steal this idea for my apartment.
(Photo courtesy of Fogo Island Inn)There's even a gallery for local artisans, a library, and a restaurant, not to mention guided marine tours, boating excursions, drawing classes, and more. Consider our room booked!
(Photo courtesy of Fogo Island Inn)
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