Winter in northwestern Newfoundland is like a postcard, with its picturesque mountains, ever-falling white powdery snow, and quaint little fishing and ski towns, this is as close to picture perfect as it gets.

The towns of Steady Brook and Corner Brook are nestled into the base of the mountains and at the mouth of the Humber River.  Home to some of the best skiing east of the Rockies, and the highest vertical slope in Atlantic Canada, Marble Mountain is one of the large draws to this area in the winter.  If you are on the hunt for the perfect winter weekend getaway, or a place to call home-base for your skiing vacation, this is the place to be.

Here is our experience at the Marblewood Village Resort!

Getting There

Airport: The closest airport to Marblewood Village Resort is Deer Lake Regional Airport. From there you will need to take a cab or rent a car for the 30 minute drive from the airport to the resort.

The Resort

Marblewood Village Resort offers 1 to 4 bedroom condos that are fully self-contained suites. Each condo includes full kitchens including stove, dishwasher, fridge, pots & pans, utensils, and much more.  The couch in front of the electric fireplace, with the flat screen tv above it, is perfect place to snuggle up with a warm cup of cocoa after a cold day of adventuring outside.

There are 24 condo units in total, all which come completely furnished and outfitted with linens, towels, and toiletries.

The Condo’s

We rented a one bedroom condo, and it was absolutely perfect! We were pleasantly surprised when we unlocked the door to see how roomy it was.  The bedroom had a full size closet, was outfitted with a queen bed, two bedside tables, and a bench for additional storage.

Whether to make dinner, or just a pot of coffee, the full kitchen is a nice amenity whatever your needs may be throughout your stay.  We took full advantage of the two comfy leather couches and the HD Cable TV.

The bathrooms had some nice touches, including the heat lamp that helped warm up the bathroom on chilly mornings.  With lots of storage under the sink, you could easily and very comfortably stay in one of these condos for quite some time.

With their upscale cottage feel, these condos are exactly what you need whether for an overnight stay as you are passing through or a long term visit as you explore the area. Our only regret about Marblewood Village Resort is that we didn’t stay longer to enjoy this beautiful mountain chalet!


There are no on-site restaurants or dining halls you can go to while staying at Marblewood Village Resort, but why would you want to when you have access to a full kitchen! That is one of our favourite features about this place, as we often get tired of eating out every night while we are on the road. We loved that we could just pick up some groceries and have a good home-cooked meal.

If you are looking for a quick bite to , there is a Tim Hortons and convenience store just down the road on Thistle Road (290 m).


Marblewood Village Resort, like its name suggests, sits at the base of Marble Mountain and is a quick 2 minute drive or 10 minute walk to the ski hills.

Skiing/Snowboarding – With the highest vertical drop of any of the ski areas in Atlantic Canada, you are in for a treat! With 250 acres and 39 trails, Marble Mountain draws thousands of locals and visitor to this incredible ski hill.    

Cross Country Skiing / Snowshoeing  –  Is downhill skiing or snowboarding not your thing? The cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at Blow Me Down Trails is bar none.  With over 42 km of groomed trails, and 6.5km of those lit for night skiing, there is something here for everyone.  

Gros Morne National Park – Gros Morne National Park is only a short 50 minute drive away to the entrance of the resort.  Here you will enter a fairy tale, as the park is one of the most beautiful and iconic places in Newfoundland.  With so much to do in Gros Morne, plan for a visit to take up a day or more of your trip. Read More on The Top Winter Activities to Do in Gros Morne National Park.

Snowmobiling – Snowmobiling is one of the most popular things to do in Newfoundland. Safe, comfortable, and fast, this is one of the best ways to see Marble Mountain and beyond.  With over 1200 km of trails to explore in the area, you will see parts of Newfoundland many will never visit.  

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