Canon Richard's Tearoom - Historic Places Day

Canon Richard’s Tearoom

Newfoundland and Labrador
Type
Cultural Heritage Centre
Address
Bareneed, NL, Canada
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Phone
7096832635

Canon Richard’s Tearoom, formally known as St. Mark’s School,  a one room school located in Bareneed, NL.  The school closed many years ago and was later used as the church hall a place for gathering for church functions, social events, etc.

In 2016 St. Mark’s Church closed and in 2018 the church and the hall became the property of the Port de Grave Peninsula Heritage Society Inc., where it was turned into a Tearoom.  Now known as Canon Richard Tearoom, the Tearoom was in operation for the past two years, and will reopen again once Covid-19 has ended.

The Port de Grave Peninsula Heritage Society is very proud that the old schoolhouse has gain Heritage status from Heritage NL.

Big plans are in the making for the tearoom and we look forward to serving visitors from around our province and around the world.  

Amenities

  • Family-Friendly
  • Food and Beverages
  • Parking
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Access

Location

Bareneed, NL, Canada
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