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Grenfell Campus Accommodation, Corner Brook, NL
Grenfell Campus Accommodation, Corner Brook, NL
Grenfell Campus Accommodation, Corner Brook, NL





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Visitor accommodation at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Not just for students - anyone can book!

  • An affordable accommodation option provided by the Grenfell Campus, part of the Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Both self-catered and B&B facilities make these rooms a great alternative to a cheap hotel or hostel for all visitors to the area, whatever the reason for your trip
  • From single rooms to chalet apartments there is something for everyone

Reviews for Corner Brook, NL

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This was my 2nd visit.....had a great sleep.

Grenfell Campus Accommodation, Corner Brook, NL

Corner Brook, NL Visitor information

Corner Brook is a city located on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Located on the Bay of Islands at the mouth of the Humber River, the city is the largest population centre in the province outside the Avalon Peninsula. As such, Corner Brook functions as a service centre for western and northern Newfoundland.

Corner Brook is home to Grenfell Campus, Memorial University where a strong and vivacious arts community exists both within the school and well into the public. Corner Brook Arts and Culture Centre among other institutions thrive in promoting the arts on all levels from visual arts to theatre and well beyond. The city's community radio station, Bay of Islands Radio, is also stationed at Grenfell Campus.

Festivals in Corner Brook

Corner Brook is home to Stage West Theatre Festival, a summer theatre festival running through the month of July, and Gros Morne Summer Music, a classical music festival that spans July and August.

The March Hare literary festival occurs every March and celebrates poetry and written works from around the world, featuring poets from around Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, and the world.

In April, the April Rabbit showcases new and young writers.


Route 1, the Trans-Canada Highway, passes the south side of the city on a high ridge before descending to the east, into the Humber Valley.

The city is accessed by air services at Stephenville International Airport, 65 km (40 mi) southwest, and Deer Lake Regional Airport, 55 km (34 mi) northeast.

Corner Brook Transit is a privately operated local bus service. The city is served by four taxi cab companies as well.

History of Corner Brook, NL

The area was originally four distinct communities with unique commercial activities. Curling, with its fishery; Corner Brook West (also known as Humber West or Westside) with its retail businesses; Corner Brook East (also known as Humbermouth and the Heights) with its railway and industrial operations; and Townsite (known as Corner Brook), home to the employees of the pulp and paper mill. In 1956, these four communities were amalgamated to form the present-day City of Corner Brook.

Corner Brook is home to the Corner Brook Pulp & Paper Mill (owned by Kruger Inc.), which is a major employer for the region. The city has the largest regional hospital in western Newfoundland. It also has a wide array of shopping and retail businesses and federal and provincial government offices. It is also home to Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, as well as campuses of Academy Canada and College of the North Atlantic. Corner Brook is also home to the province's newest high school, Corner Brook Regional High, which is an amalgamation of the former Regina and Herdman Collegiate high schools.

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