"And above all, there's this land: so changeable islanders speak of having seven seasons rather than four; so immutable that traditions survive for centuries; a place of rock and ice and berries, of wind and sun and wonders, and now of cutting-edge design, world-class art and untrammeled luxury."
– CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER UK
“The Fogo Island Inn is committed to sustaining local traditions by finding new ways with old things. The chef is on board, developing kitchen gardens and local recipes based on the fish, berries and caribou. Quilts and hook rugs are being crafted and more than 60 islanders are in training.”
– NEW YORK TIMES
“...it’s a fishing community off Newfoundland’s northeastern coast marked by craggy shores and miles of blissful nothingness.”
– TRAVEL AND LEISURE
“You don’t need an introduction on Fogo Island. The Canadian poet EJ Pratt characterised Newfoundland hospitality as ’doors held ajar in storms’. People will chat for hours at the drop of a hat, invite you in, and feed you.”
– THE TELEGRAPH