The Glynmill Inn
Rich in History and Charm
We are renovating our ballroom. Construction noise from this reno is from 8am – 430pm, daily.
Bar/Lounge is closed during this renovation time. Rooms are not affected with the renovations just from possible noise.
The Glynmill Inn is a melding pot of history and exceptional service, ensuring that your stay with us is truly an enlightening experience. The Glynmill is a stunning structure, nestled amongst the breathtaking landscape of Newfoundland’s West coast.
Early in the 1920’s, the Armstrong-Whitworth Company Limited of England decided that their senior staff required living quarters that would enable them to feel at home while they were supervising construction of what was, up to that time, the largest project ever undertaken in the history of paper making.
In 1923, Mr. Andrew Cobb, a Halifax architect designed the Tudor-Style “Staff House” and in his honor, the street leading to it was named Cobb Lane.
On May 16, 1924, Mr. Bill Cossitt and three employees of Pickering & Watson, water and sewage contractors from Halifax signed the register. Three weeks later, the first dinner was served.
Glynmill Inn, the Newfoundland Pulp and Paper Company’s executive guesthouse, was designed to be a hotel with a lounge, or lobby, a dining room and the guest rooms. On June 30, 1924, Sir Glyn West, Chairman of Armstrong-Whitworth Company Limited, officially opened the hotel.
The amenities provided were very advanced for the period. There were two dining areas, The Carriage Room and a special private dining room for VIP’s. There were also two bars, The Tudor Room and a special club called Blomidon, for members only. The tennis courts at the rear of the building were later replaced with a parking lot and a well-stocked livery. There were modern conveniences such as a laundry and vacuum cleaners! Since the proprietors also owned the source of power at Deer Lake, there was an apparent inexhaustible supply of electricity.
Few people realize the impact and roll of The Glynmill Inn in Corner Brook. Many organizations can trace their origins back to meetings held here. Bowater’s first General Manager, Mr. H. M. S. Lewin, organized a branch of the British Auxiliary Navy meetings and first navigation classes were held at The Glynmill Inn. The Marble Mountain Ski Club rented a room on the third floor as a “Men’s Club” as early as 1925 and the Blomidon Country Club originated here. The first Girl Guide Company convened during the 1940’s in the space now occupied by The Wine Cellar.
In the early 1950’s, the first adult education classes for the area took place here. Ever since its inaugural dinner in 1956, the Rotary Club of Corner Brook has had its regular luncheon meetings at The Glynmill Inn.
In 1974, the property was acquired by Atlantic Inns Limited. Incorporated into the original structure, an additional wing with modern guest rooms, banquet and convention facilities. Resulting in a property, which reflects a contemporary spirit, yet retains its rich, traditional heritage.
March 31, 2001, The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador designated The Glynmill Inn a Registered Heritage Structure.
For reservations call 1 800 563 4400
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Once again my group thoroughly enjoyed their stay at the Glynmill Inn. You always do such a great job welcoming people and making them feel relaxed and “at home”.
The Glynmill is where my Great Escape begins and that first impression of Newfoundland is so important. You never fail to impress me and my group.
The dining staff is super and the food always delicious. Even when you are busy with other tours, you seem unflappable. The rooms are comfortable and the staff is second to none.
Thank you so much for all you do to help make my tour a great success. It is, and will continue to be, a pleasure to do business with you.— Bev Hanna-Jones (Great Escapes)
The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador designated The Glynmill Inn a Registered Heritage Structure in March 2001.
All rooms have Air Conditioning, free wireless high-speed Internet access, free local calling and a flat screen television to enjoy your favourite programming.
The Residence is our 3 bedroom house. All you could want with a private ensuite and television in each guest room. The house has large living room, dining room, kitchenette, full kitchen facilities with dishwasher and microwave, washer and dryer, a common 1/2 bath, patio, barbecue and patio set.
24 hour access to high speed internet, facsimile service and photocopying.
Our renovated fitness room is ready for you to enjoy and ensure that a holiday or business stay doesn't interrupt your important workout schedule.
Fine dining at its very best, enjoy a delicious meal in our exquisite dining room. Char Grilled Steaks done to your liking and a selection of wines to suit anyone's taste buds. Open 6pm Monday to Saturday. Reservations recommended. Call us toll free 1 800 563 4400 to book your table today
We would like to inform all our customers that our banquet/meeting facilities will be going under renovations starting January 2017. This renovation will affect all our meeting room area. We appreciate your past patronage and look forward to working with you in the new year once the renovations are completed. We can accommodate all you meeting needs from 2 to 200. For additional information and pricing, please contact our Banquet/Catering Department at 709 634 5181 or toll free at 1 800 563 4400 or email email@example.com
The Carriage Room The Carriage Room offers traditional Newfoundland cuisine for your dining pleasure. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this splendid room features original painted murals depicting older English themes. Large windows overlook our majestic property, which adds a sense of tranquility while enjoying your meal. Hours of Operation Monday through Sunday 7am - 2pm & 5pm-9pm (closed from 2pm-5pm)
King Henry's Pub is currently closed for renovations. We look forward to serving you in our new location.