Kent Cottage, at Landfall

Landfall Trust Inc.

Kent Cottage is over 200 years old, and represents an excellent example of a period cottage in rural Newfoundland. It retains many of the original features. It is set in 11 acres of the natural environment. It was originally owned by the Pomeroy family, and was later occupied by notable American artist Rockwell Kent, and Newfoundland artist A. E. Harris. On the death of the last owner, Jake Folensbee, Kent Cottage passed to the Landfall Trust, who chose to preserve it by offering artist residencies for writers, musicians and visual artists in partnership with other arts organizations. Craft and cultural workshops are also offered at the site.

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Kent Cottage, at Landfall

Battery Rd
Brigus, NL A0A 2B0 

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Open June-October for specific events only.


(709) 726-1138

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