Little Hearts Ease is a Harbour of many coves. It is nestled within Southwest Arm, Trinity Bay,
Newfoundland, Canada. About 1612 it was referred as "Hearts Ease" by Governor John Guy of Cupids, as did Sir Richard Whitbourne , Governor of Renews. It was known for its fishing activity and as a very secure harbour for schooners. Today long-liners and draggers still enjoy its protection.
Little Hearts Ease was one of the first harbours known to the colonists from Poole, England who arrived during the 1600’s.
People live close to the water in this very scenic community. Meandering through its narrow roads is a real treat. Stop, look, and love it.