This beach location is part of the reason why “Travel and Leisure” magazine named Prince Edward Island the best island getaway in North America and 5th best island in the world for 2013!
Holiday in a 30 x 32 foot, open plan, beautifully-equipped, 3-bedroom cottage on one of Canada’s best beaches. Enjoy the large living/dining/kitchen area where you cook, eat and play games together. Fridge, stove, dishwasher, micro, toaster, coffee maker etc., Langostino pots, lobster pot, Blue Willow dishes and a large oak table. Electric baseboard heat.
Listen to the waves in bed at night. Sleeps 6. The Master Bedroom is downstairs off a full, 4-piece bathroom with washer and dryer. Hot water shower and long clothesline outside. The two upstairs bedrooms (one Queen/one double, four-poster bed) have roof windows and ocean views. All rooms have large closets, large dressers, quality mattresses and linens.
Sit in the shade on the north deck or in full sun on the east deck with a stunning views to MacKay Pond and “Grandfather Dune” on the beach. Lots of quality patio furniture with loungers for tanning.
Walk along the shore after dinner with a glass in your hand. Enjoy the sun setting over the water and the off-shore islands to the west. Watch the sun and moon rise over the water. Deeply relax in a barefoot life. Salt breezes and sea gulls make your day a memorable one. Gather shells.
With casual, elegant comfort, this spacious cottage is where memories are made. Relax with a movie or concert on DVD. Listen to a large collection of folk, jazz, rock and classical music on CD. Read in peace and quiet. Comfortable beds and furniture
Find a lighthouse or historic church for a sunset walk. Go deep-sea fishing with fishermen who make their living on the water. Take in some theatre in North Rustico, Summerside, Charlottetown, Victoria, Georgetown and Hunter River. Country hall concerts feature some of the Island’s best musicians.
Take in a concert at St. Mary’s Church in Indian River just 10 minutes away or the College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts in Summerside. Historic Charlottetown is an hour away with a huge selection of fine dining and performances of all kinds.
Green Gables, a world-class course, designed in 1940 as part of National Park
Links at Crowbush Cove (world-class)
Walk the beach from Darnley to Sea View’s standing rock
Walk west around the cliffs by wading in the water to Twin Shores Beach
Hike the Confederation Trail
Kayak tours at Malpeque and North Rustico
Parasailing and sea-dooing in Stanley Bridge
Deep sea fishing from Malpeque, New London, Stanley Bridge and North Rustico
North Rustico Harbour for boat parade and fireworks on Canada Day
Anne of Green Gables/Lucy Maud Montgomery Activities
Explore Green Gables House and walk the trails in Cavendish
See 'Anne of Green Gables, The Musical'
See 'Anne and Gilbert'
For an intimate theatrical experience, especially for families with young children, spend a day at Avonlea Village, Cavendish
Visit the Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace Museum, New London
Lots of people want to tour the Island traveling from the North Cape Lighthouse all the way to the East Point Lighthouse. Be sure to take in some of the clay Heritage Roads you find on the PEI Road Map.
North Cape Coastal Drive
Green Gables Drive, North Shore Central Island
Red Sands Shore Drive, Central South Shore
Points East Coastal Drive
50% upon booking - balance 21 days prior to arrival.
100% refund with 60 days notice.