The Glynmill Inn
The Glynmill Inn, with “unparalleled ambiance in old English style,” juts up through the maples in the center of Corner Brook’s majesty. Nestled in a panoramic garden, the white and green Tudor-style roof peaks will warmly invite you to come by. It seems as though the city of Corner Brook has grown around us, yet afforded us seclusion. Surrounded by trees and our own pond, the Glynmill Inn offers the intimacy of a tranquil resort.
Built-in 1923 by Halifax architect Andrew Cobb, the Glynmill Inn is a four-and-one-half-storey hotel built in the Tudor Revival style. The Inn is one of the most recognizable buildings in Corner Brook.
March 31, 2001, The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador designated The Glynmill Inn a Registered Heritage Structure.
To read the full history of the Inn CLICK HERE
West Coast Adventures
Being located on Newfoundland’s breathtaking west coast provides access to a spectacular combination of ocean and mountain scenery. The Inn is within close access to exceptional outdoor activities such as skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, and provides an excellent starting point to explore Newfoundland’s great northern peninsula and world-renowned Gros Morne National Park.
During your stay, you can enjoy the beautiful gardens and explore city walking trails located around the adjacent Glynmill Inn Pond. The property also includes an onsite art gallery.
We have a selection of pet-friendly rooms for those traveling with their four-legged companions and accessible rooms are also available. To view our pet policy CLICK HERE