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Fogo Island Inn

Joe Batts Arm, Newfoundland and Labrador · See map

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Fogo Island Inn is one of those truly unique venues that looks like it came out of a vivid dream. Located in Joe Batt's Arm, Newfoundland, this Inn sits on Fogo Island, a remote outport community by the shores of the North Atlantic Ocean. Celebrate your wedding in this radically contemporary venue set in an isolated but accessible setting.

Facilities and capacity

The main dining room at Fogo Island Inn offers high ceilings and large windows which overlook the rocks and onto the sea. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere with sweeping views of the North Atlantic. It has a capacity for up to 70 guests.

Services offered

This hotel venue offers a full board wedding package to couples looking for everything in one place. The services offered include:

  • Three course wedding dinner (exclusive of alcohol)
  • Venue rental with exclusive use
  • A complimentary Fogo Island Suite for the bride & groom (with a booking of a minimum 15 rooms per night)


Fogo Island Inn's cuisine can be described as a fusion between traditional outport cuisine with local ingredients harvested on the island itself. Our Executive Chef, Jonathan Gushue, has worked at many top restaurants and resorts around the world and is here to offer his culinary expertise for your special event.


This hotel offers 29 guest suites with four suite types that showcase traditional Newfoundland design and décor. These rooms are completely smoke free, offers lots of natural lighting with floor-to-ceiling windows and full amenities for your stay.

Other facilities

It also offers couples and their guests other facilities to make your stay even more enjoyable. These include:

  • Cinema screenings
  • Saunas & Hot Tubs
  • Contemporary Art Gallery
  • Gym
  • Heritage Library
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5.0 of 5.0

Albert Lam Married on 24/03/2018
Stepping into another dimension...
Fogo Island Inn is luxurious. It is an understated luxury that is focussed on local traditions, culture and community. It truly feels like you are being welcomed by long-lost relatives you never knew ... Read more you had. With the Inn being 30 ft wide and 300 ft long, you get this feeling of being on a ship. To add to that illusion, the landscape changes dramatically from one moment to the next, feeling like you are slowly floating across the edge of the world. The inn's staff provide a warm and genuine hospitality that comes from a local. Not the cold ninja-like precision and perfection version of hospitality of other 5 star hotels. Food & Beverage is second to none in Canada, with executive chef Jonathan Gushue at the helm. Again, I have to bring in the people and community aspect of the Inn. Our guests spent time with Nicole, the pastry chef that baked our cake, to learn about jam jarring and preserves. Some other guests craving for more even had time with Jonathan himself to talk about the food philosophy of the Inn and traditional ways they preserve food in this time of year. It this connection with the service staff that elevates the experience here that makes it more personal and authentic. The Inn had struck a nearly perfect balance between stitching old world traditions with contemporary (might I say modern) philosophies of today. You're left dumbfounded at the care absolutely everything at the inn represents. The planning aspect was very professional and responsive. As we never toured the venue before, the staff was great at providing input and ideas to make our day the best it could be. Incredibly flexible in non-traditional requests when it comes to the schedule, activities and food/beverage. The Inn surprised us with extras that were meaningful, not just for the sake of "extras". Many guests loved the aprons they wore during the cooking demo, and the Inn was able to provide guests with a surprise apron in their departure bags as a gift. Florals and decor were brought in but maintained the minimalist feel that Michael and I were looking for. The magical experience at the Inn is truly the most remarkable place to hold your wedding. I highly recommend it to anyone that loves Canada, would like the money they spend on their wedding to go to a good cause, and understands that sometimes you have to get away to the edge of the world to pay attention to your heart and the people you love. BTW, the cost is really just the cost of the rooms, there are no additional charges...
Jen Renz Married on 19/08/2017
I can't say enough wonderful things about Fogo Island, the Inn, and the entire staff. We looked at this spot initially because of the gorgeous and rugged location and stunning architecture. We found ... Read more we were even more drawn to the incredibly nice people, welcoming nature, quirky traditions, and an indescribable luxurious but homey feel that you can only find at the Inn. The food is also some of the best we've ever tasted - and the quality was maintained even when scaled to nearly 70 guests for the entire weekend! We also were inspired by the ecological and cultural preservation movement that the Inn is spearheading. It felt great to be contributing to the effort to revitalize and maintain such a special community. It can be difficult planning a wedding at the "ends of the earth" from a distance, but the Inn's staff were amazing. They executed everything we asked for perfectly and seamlessly, and thought of many small and thoughtful touches that would never have even occurred to us. They also made us feel very special, and truly a part of their family. In short, this is a magical place and we are very lucky to have found it.
Carling Czernick
Carling Czernick Married on 29/09/2017
This is the most amazing location! Everything about the day was spectacular; the people, the photos, the food, cake, flowers, table setting! Thank you again to everyone at Fogo who made our wedding as special as it was!
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