Cashel's Cove Crafts

Region:Heritage Run
Phone: (709) 279 1846

Address:Spanish Room, Burin Peninsula GPS 47.202594,-55.099155
City / Town:PO Box 665 Marystown, Newfoundland
Postal Code:A0E 2M0

Thank you for visiting Cashel's Cove Crafts!

Cashel's Cove Crafts (est. 1983) is nestled in the woody shoreline overlooking Mortier Bay and features a fine selection of Newfoundland and Labrador art and crafts: homespun knits, patched quilts, pottery, hooked mats and kits, embroidered duffle work, tea dolls, seal skin products, native juniper woodturning, hand weaving, local fluorspar, stained glass, berry soaps and bath salts, partridgeberry and bakeapple jams and teas, Newfoundland chocolate and candy, handpainted rock houses and lighthouses; beach glass, Labradorite, shell, stone, pewter and caribou antler jewellery; paintings and prints by local artists, cards, Newfoundland children and adult books and more. Wattle fenced gardens, footpaths to woodlands and beach. Open year around. Days and evenings. (Jan-March please call ahead)

Our home business is easily located in the first cove of Spanish Room, Burin Peninsula (where 15thC Basque fishermen moored their ships). Newfoundland and Labrador art and craft products are the main focus and include my own paintings and crafted items. I particularly  enjoy the intriguing lines, rich textures and earth tone colours of the barren landscape. My long time committment with the Burin Peninsula Arts Council, Heritage Run Tourism Association and also Legendary Coasts of Eastern Newfoundland have provided a very satisfying avenue to encourage art and craft development in the region, and help play a role in their survival as important elements of the regions cultural and tourism sectors. 

Cashel's Cove Crafts is proud to be branded a "Crafts of Charactor" retailer.

What is your business philosophy?

" We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give."

 I believe the most important outcome from our business is to encourage creative activities not only for personal well-being, but also to provide through those activities a means of passing on the stories of our part of Newfoundland.

What visitor experiences do you offer?

Ease in finding us, welcoming hospitality when you do; relaxation in spacious outdoor wooded setting at the edge of the ocean; freedom to wander along footpaths to beach for combing sea glass, shells and driftwood; ocean viewing; strolling around vegetable and flower gardens; appreciation for the smells and tastes of wild berries and fresh salty air; birdwatching, learning daily rhythms of wood drying, homemade quilts and real laundry on clothesline; hands on crafting, engaging conversation with Robert and Ginger about hunting partridges in the fall; and upon entering through the bright blue door, finding yourself amidst one of the best selections of high quality Newfoundland and Labrador-made art and craft products! Enjoy it all!

Who are your partners?

Our family owned and operated business considers our best partners to be the wonderful network of artisans across the province who continue to design and faithfully make marvelous art and craft products that our shop brings to market. We have close relations with other partners in our region who encourage art activity and recognise it's value to our culture: the Burin Peninsula Arts Council, Heritage Run Tourism Association and the Legendary Coasts of Eastern Newfoundland.