Right now it's starting to look like winter is going to last forever in Canada. With temperatures getting colder and more snow on the way, we can only fantasize about the warmer weather and activities in store for summer 2019.\nREAD ALSO: Major Multi-Car Accident Due To Dangerous Conditions On Quebec Highway This Morning (Photos)\nTL;DR Fogo Island Inn offers unique lodging, excurions, dining, and experiences perfect for your next summer retreat. The one-of-a-kind hotel is known for its modern and futuristic architecture. More details below.\nWith all the suffering we're going through this season, you're going to want to treat yourself with a summer excursion that is unique from anything you've ever done before. For those of us itching with wanderlust (and even those that need a little push to do some exploring) you're going to want to go on this retreat as soon as the weather starts warming up.\nView this post on Instagram This week, the Fogo Island Dialogues series takes place on Wednesday, November 7 at @artsclubchicago.⠀ ⠀ The Complicated Conversation: Art, Business and Community will include panelists Zita Cobb, Eric Fischl, Irena Haiduk, and Faheem Majeed. During the panel discussion introduced by Monika Szewczyk, and moderated by Bruce Heyman, the speakers will consider the dual systems of art and money, and the power and pitfalls present in both shaping and rebuilding communities.⠀ ⠀ Presented for the first time in the US, Fogo Island Dialogues is an interdisciplinary conversation series conceived by @fogoislandarts that brings together leading artists, thinkers, professionals and researchers from a variety of disciplines to address issues of vital contemporary importance. ⠀ ⠀ #fogoislandarts #art #contemporaryart #community #fogoislandinn #fogoisland #towerstudio #exploreNL #travellermade #bouteco #thehotelculture #natgeo #natgeolodges A post shared by Fogo Island Inn (@fogoislandinn) on Nov 4, 2018 at 2:00pm PST\nFogo Island Inn, a lodging located at one of the "four corners of the Earth" offers up to 29 one-of-a-kind suites in their "island off an island" hotel in Newfoundland.\nIt's here where artists, photographers, writers, explorers, and thinkers go to get away from typical society and indulge in serene island life in Atlantic Canada. Not only that, but the modern and futuristic architecture of each building will leave you totally mesmerized.\nView this post on Instagram Located, “on an island, off an island, at one of the four corners of the Earth” the @fogoislandinn is one of the most memorable hotel experiences in Canada. Each of the 29 uniquely designed suites have jaw-dropping views of the wild Atlantic ocean. A stay at the hotel directly supports the Fogo Island community and the local traditions of the families who have lived there for over 400 years. Spend your days hiking along the coast, sketching with a local artist, riding a bike into Joe Batt’s Arm or simply sitting back and watching the icebergs float by in the spring and summer. 📷: @punkodelish Architect: Todd Saunders (@saundersarchitecture) 📍: @newfoundlandlabrador #ExploreCanada . À la fois sur une île, au large d’une île et au bout du monde, le @fogoislandinn vous promet l’une des expériences hôtelières les plus mémorables du Canada. Si chacune des 29 suites a un style différent, elles offrent toutes une vue imprenable sur un océan Atlantique débridé. Chaque séjour à l’hôtel soutient directement la collectivité de l’île Fogo et les traditions locales des familles qui y habitent depuis plus de 400 ans. Vous pouvez choisir de vous balader le long de la côte, de dessiner en compagnie d’artistes locaux, de partir en vélo jusqu’à Joe Batt’s Arm ou simplement de vous détendre en regardant passer les icebergs au printemps et en été. 📷: @punkodelish Architecte : Todd Saunders (@saundersarchitecture)📍: @newfoundlandlabrador #ExploreNL A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on Apr 27, 2018 at 3:00pm PDT\nVia Fogo Island Inn\nVia Fogo Island Inn\nVia Fogo Island Inn\nIn previous years the hotel has won awards such as National Geographic's "Unique Lodges of the World," Trip Advisor's "Traveller's Choice" 2018, Fodor's 100 "World's Best Hotels" and more. Needless to say, this lodging is too incredible to not visit at least once in your lifetime.\nDining at the Fogo Island Inn includes a variety of fresh and locally-sourced food that gives you the ability to understand and appreciate the culture and heritage of the remote location. As if the retreat couldn't get any better, they are proud to maintain ecological ethics in the choice of their suppliers and the methods they employ to preserve the surrounding environment.\n15% of all earnings the hotel receives goes back into the Fogo Island community, making this quite possibly the most sustainable lodging on Earth. You can check out all the Fogo Island Inn rates here.\nView this post on Instagram Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Inn.⠀ ⠀ #thanksgiving #holiday #happythanksgiving #berryseason #architecture #fogoisland #fogoislandinn #explorecanada #explorenl #newfoundlandandlabrador A post shared by Fogo Island Inn (@fogoislandinn) on Oct 8, 2018 at 6:00am PDT\nAnd if you were wondering what activities are available for a guest, look no further. The Newfoundland-based Inn offers dozens of excursions which include:\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nExclusive marine encounter\nWhale watching from shore\nGuided geology hike\nVisits with Newfoundland dogs\nSeal watching\nMusic and storytelling\nBonfire nights\nMusic festivals\nFull day nature hike\nCabin experience\nThis is really only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the activities available at Fogo Island Inn. Making this your summer retreat of 2019 will have you dreaming of returning during every season of the year.\nTo learn more about this unique escape to the "island off an island" resort, visit the official Fogo Island Inn website HERE.