Blue Puttees

The Blue Puttees is proudly named after the regiment that fiercely represented Newfoundland in the Great War. The Blue Puttees held a reputation as a fearless fighting unit and were part of the tragic advance at Beaumont-Hamel on July 1, 1916. Since that day, in recognition of the soldiers’ bravery, July 1 is marked as Memorial Day in Newfoundland and Labrador, and the courage and sacrifice of the Blue Puttees will never be forgotten.

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Quick Facts

  • 96 spacious cabins in two- and four-bed layouts, with fully accessible options
  • A designated number of pet-friendly cabins for you and your four-legged friend
  • Full course dining, quick service options, and seasonal ice cream shop
  • TV in all cabins
  • Retail store
  • Children’s play area
  • 500 generous, reclining seats with personal headphone jacks and USB charging ports
  • Panoramic viewing deck for incredibly scenic seascapes
Blue Puttee
A couple sitting in their seats
Blue Puttees wall display