​Come Stay With Us Today! 

The Cable house has 8 large bedrooms with a vanity in each room. Living rooms, Formal Dining rooms, all decorated in the period and furnished with antiques. Four full bathrooms are located throughout the Inn,  plus the original water closets  (a modern convenience of the time).


  • 8 Bedroom/s
  • 4 Full and (2) 1/2 Bath
  • Formal Dining Rooms
  • Formal Living Room
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Cable TV, Stereo


Come Stay With Us Today!           Email for reservations: cablehouse@bellaliant.com

Cable House Rental Policies

Check-in: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM.

Please call to make arrangements if arriving outside of scheduled check-in times.

Check-out: 11 AM firm


The Cable House is an exclusive Registered Heritage Home and family run business. Every guest reservation is important to us and prepared for.  If your travel plans change and you must cancel your reservation, please note the following:


  • In the event that you must shorten your stay or check out early, please understand that we must ask you to take full responsibility for your entire reservation.
  • A 30-Day Cancellation Notice is required on bookings and for special events (check under wedding venue for non-refundable fee for cancelled wedding event).
  • Absolutely No Smoking inside; designated outdoor smoking area is available.
  • No pets: Please make arrangements to board your pet.
  • No children: Guests have to be age 16+
  • Noise: The Cable House offers a tranquil retreat setting, a perfect place to relax, rest and restore. We ask guests to be mindful of other quests’ enjoyment of this serenity and keep noise levels respectful.
The historic Heart’s Content Cable House is an award winning vacation retreat known for its hometown charm and small town ambiance. Host your next wedding, corporate gathering, or personal retreat in our unique setting, unlike any other.

Experience the charm and history!

Living Areas 

Step back in time and relax in The Cable House, a magnificent 2nd Empire home in historic Heart’s Content, Newfoundland, Furnished with antiques and old world charm, the house is perfect for Bed & Breakfast stays, family reunions, retreats, weddings and other occasions. Walk trails to the nearby ocean or along the famous coastline hiking trails, visit nearby communities and attractions, or just relax under a 130 year old beech tree in the beautiful peaceful gardens​. Ted Rowe’s Book “Connecting the Continents: Heart’s Content and the Atlantic Cable”, tells a compelling story of the successful landing of the Atlantic Cable in 1866. Heralded as “the most wonderful achievement in an age of scientific marvels”, this accomplishment made headlines around the world and established this small fishing village in Newfoundland as a hub of international communication for almost a century. The industrial and social impact of the pioneer cable station, with it’s elite group of British operators, had a significant impact on the town’s unique cultural development in contrast to the other traditional outports of Newfoundland.