You may have a room with two single beds or a room with a queen bed. Both are shared bath. Self serve, continental breakfast is available and you are more than welcome to store items in my fridge and have full access to the kitchen.
I live in a quiet area of Charlottetown within a twenty minute walk to downtown or a five minute bus ride. You may want to take a self guided walking tour of Charlottetown or hop unto one of the tour buses that will show you the sights. Victoria Row with their unique shops and outdoor restaurants and cafes are always a hit with visitors and locals alike. Live entertainment adds to the ambiance of your visit.
Cycling/running trails are nearby as PEI boasts of over 400km of the Trans Canada Trail with many stops at towns and villages in between. PEI has more paved roads per capita, believe it or not, more churches and somewhere around 28 hockey arenas, not to mention the numerous golf courses that will provide you with a challenging game.
As lobster is always in season you may want to take in one of the Island's lobster suppers with all you can eat PEI blue mussels, seafood chowder, fresh, warm homemade buns, PEI potato (we're famous for them) salad and of course lobster.
Our beaches are second to none with miles and miles of red sandy shores. When the tide is out on the south shore one can fill a bucket of clams in 20 minutes.
Of course you may want to take in a play or two as Anne of Green Gables is the longest running musical and is dearly loved by all ages. Come and enjoy Canada's smallest province brimming with wonderful hospitality.
Absolutely no smoking in the house. There is a small, friendly dog named Romeo, on the premises. You are welcome to use my kitchen and encouraged to clean up afterward. Kindly remove your outdoor shoes at the door. Thanks so much.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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I was born and raised on Prince Edward island and currently reside in North Vancouver, British Columbia. I come home to PEI for the summer months as it is home to most of my extended family and family is very important to me. My work enables me to have summers off and I try hard to become a tourist.
I enjoy traveling and the most important part of my travels is meeting new people, especially the locals of the areas my husband and I tend to visit. We are both avid cyclists (roadies), love hiking, running, cross country and alpine skiing and just mucking about. I never tire of walking the beautiful Boardwalk along the Charlottetown Harbour, especially early in the morning or running the trails on the North Shore of Vancouver. Hiking the Grouse Grind early in the AM is one of my favourite routines. The view at the top is always spectacular.
I am definitely a morning person as I learned long ago when my children were quite young that if it didn't get done by noon it wasn't going to get done. I few other things I learned as well is that there is no life before coffee and afternoon tea with a treat should be mandatory.
I am pretty easy to get along with and enjoy accommodating my guests. I am around to help with useful information yet encourage my guests to come and go as they please.
My motto: Wealth is no excuse for arrogance; Poverty is no excuse for ignorance