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Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada’s smallest province, was once known for its superior potatoes and apple orchards, until a fictional young red-headed girl, Anne Shirley, like a maritime Harry Potter, made it internationally famous. You can visit romantic Green Gables Heritage Place, in Prince Edward Island Park, where Lucy Maud Montgomery is said to have imagined her precocious heroine residing. Visitors also fall in love with PEI for its charm and relaxed atmosphere. Its landscape is nothing short of spectacular with a pastoral green patchwork of rolling hills, white sandy beaches, whispering coves, tidy gabled farmhouses, and seaside villages.

Hotels in Prince Edward Island

Hotels in Prince Edward Island range in price from the most modest you can find in Canada, to more high-end accommodation. For bargain basement deals on discount hotels, check out Briarwood Inn, Cottage, and Lodge. The Best Western Charlottetown in Charlottetown is moderately priced and offers most basic amenities, as does the Loyalist Country Inn in Summerside. Prince Edward Island reviews indicate The Gables of PEI as one of the best hotels to visit in the region. Travel in Prince Edward Island on the main island is easy by car.

Things to see in Prince Edward Island

Most visitors to PEI want to experience the magic of “Anne of Green Gables”. After you’ve visited Green Gables Heritage Place in picturesque Cavendish, you can enjoy Avonlea Village: a replica of the imagined town where Anne lived. In Charlottetown, you can book tickets to see Canada’s longest running musical: Anne of Green Gables – The MusicalTM at The Confederation Centre of the Arts. For non-Anne adventures, PEI is home to 25 stunning golf courses such as Brudenell River, Dundarave, Mill River, and The Links at Crowbush Cove. Alternatively, you can enjoy incredible seafood, or visit a myriad of beaches. The North Cape offers the longest natural rock reef on the continent; families will enjoy exploring the tide pools here while they keep a lookout for the playful seals that frolic in the water.

Where to stay in Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown is PEI’s capital city and is as charming as its name suggests. St. Dunstan’s Basilica neo-Gothic architecture is imposing and ornate. You can also visit Government House and the Beaconsfield Historic House for a taste of history. This is a city where much can be seen on foot with stylish eateries for rest stops on your journey. In Bedeque Bay, Summerside is a quaint seaside village with a lovely boardwalk to wander as you explore Spinnaker’s Landing. The tiny town of St. Ann offers an abundance of a PEI delicacy: lobster! St. Ann’s Lobster Supper is the perfect place to get your seafood fix.

How to get to Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island has only one airport that services both domestic and international arrivals, the Charlottetown Airport. You can find regular direct flights from Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax, as well as, from Boston and New York if you’re flying in from the United States. Drive in across the impressive Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick any time of year, or cross over from Nova Scotia via the Northumberland Ferries from May through mid-December. If you prefer to travel by train, Via Rail and Amtrak offer Moncton, New Brunswick or Halifax, Nova Scotia as destination points. From Moncton or Halifax, the Maritime Bus travels to PEI.

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