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Max's House
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Max's House
Renovated in 2007 and refurnished in 2015, Max's House is a unique accommodation to groups, individual travelers and families visiting Labrador.

Towering at 109 feet, it is the tallest in Atlantic Canada and second highest in the country. A panoramic view of the surrounding land and sea, and a glimpse of its historical attributes can be witnessed during the 128 step adventure to the top.

Max's house is one of five historic buildings located at this Provincial Historic Site. It was the residence for very last Light keeper Max Sheppard and his family. Max became the head keeper in 1969, and was the last light-keeper of Point Amour lighthouse when he retired in 1995 after the station became automated.

Learn More about Point Amour lighthouse at
Maxs House is to the right, across from the Lighthouse.

Stay at Max's House


  • Late May to early October

CAD $325/night + HST based on double occupancy of 3 rooms

Additional person: +$29 per person / per night.

Getting Here

Point Amour is located just off Route 510, between the communities of Forteau and L'Anse au Loup. It's a short drive on gravel road (roughly 5 km from the highway) past the small village of L'Anse Amour.

Unit Bookings

Maxs House is rented as a unit only. There are no options for room only bookings, however, check in with us on low season rates. The House is equipped to host larger groups including educational institutions, organizations, Tour groups and large families or other groups. When using all available rooms can sleep up to 10.

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