Welcome to St. John’s, the City of Legends.
Situated in the bustling east end of St. John’s, Hillview Terrace Suites is just minutes from the airport, and a short drive from the Health Science hospital and Memorial University. Close to churches, banks, restaurants, supermarkets and much more, it’s the perfect home base when exploring popular tourist destinations, doing some shopping at the Avalon or the Village malls, or simply visiting the city on a business trip.
St. John’s boasts plenty of opportunities for entertainment and outdoor adventure including:
George Street, in the heart of downtown St. John’s, is the place to find old world pubs. On George Street you’ll find a variety of pubs and bars featuring Irish, Country, Dance, Rock and Roll and Traditional music with the party going until 3 am! No matter what you are in the mood for, you are sure to find some entertainment that strikes your fancy!
Mile One Centre
Signal Hill National Historic Site
This historic site celebrates the rich communications and military history of Signal Hill and sits amidst a spectacular view of St. John’s and the sea. Signal Hill was the reception point of the first transatlantic wireless signal by Guglielmo Marconi in 1901, as well as the site of harbour defenses for St. John’s from the 18th century to the Second World War.
The oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland and Labrador is located at the most easterly point of land in North America. It has been restored to its 1839 appearance and shows how a lightkeeper and his family might have lived in the mid-19th century.
The Irish Loop
South of St. John’s, Route 10, The Irish Loop Drive, takes you on an adventure to some of the most exciting history, culture, and natural experiences you will find anywhere. This area has the world’s largest puffin colony, the world’s southern most caribou herd, the oldest continuous permanent settlement in Canada, some of the world’s oldest and rarest marine fossils, and a unique culture that strongly reflects the settlement of Irish immigrants over the past 40 years.
The Cape Shore
A tour of the Cape Shore takes you to the Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve seabird sanctuary, one of the most incredible wildlife spectacles in the world, and into an area of Placentia Bay that played an exciting part in the history of North America during its early days when England fought France for control of the colony and the continent.
Clovelly Golf Course
Bally Haly Golf Course
Newfoundland and Labrador’s oldest golf and curling club, the Bally Haly Country Club boasts a 100 year history of sport and entertainment. They offer a renowned 18 hole golf course and in-house curling facilities, as well as both casual and fine dining experiences throughout the year.
C.A. Pippy Park
Pippy Park is one of Canada‘s largest urban parks. It’s larger than Stanley Park, Central Park and Mount Royal Park combined and is only minutes from the downtown core. Pippy Park contains a range of recreational facilities including two golf courses, an 18-hole championship course and a scenic 9-hole course, the province‘s largest serviced campground, walking and skiing trails, as well as a protected habitat for many plants and animals.