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The Rendell-Shea Manor | Bed and Breakfast.
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Welcome to the unique heritage home named for St. John's first mayor, Mr. George Shea ( 1902-1906 ), and the only home in this area to survive the catastrophic devastation of the Great Fire of 1892.

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This downtown home is exquisite in its architectural detail and elegant in its charm and atmosphere. Wide mouldings and trim, ornate ceiling scrolls and marble fireplaces are some of the distinctive nineteenth century features which accentuate this home.

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Centrally located on a quiet street directly across from Government House, the official home of Newfoundland and Labrador's Lieutenant Govenor, this meticulously restored home is only a few minutes stroll from all the shopping, nightlife and fine restaurants of legendary downtown St. John's. Numerous parks and nature trails surround you, along with historic sites and our historically colorful architectures that have made this most easterly city in North America so unique.

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You can have it all in the heart of olde St. John's. The Rendell-Shea Manor offers a most elegant and comfortable accommodation in a classic and stately home. Our property is meticulously maintained to the highest standards to ensure a relaxed and carefree experience for all our guests.

Every room offers ensuite bathrooms with either a jacuzzi bath or an old-fashion soaker tub. Luxuriate in our fine linens and exquisite furnishings. Stay connected to home or business with the convenience of internet connections in every room. Additionally, each of our guest rooms features cable TV with DVD player, telephone and clock radio for your comfort.

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This historical home has been featured in several local books and has the distinction of gracing the cover of 'Olde St. John's - Stories from a Seaport City", a historical look at St. John's and its inhabitants.

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Authors:
Frank Galgay
Michael McCarthy

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