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6 ADORABLE PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND HOTELS YOU NEED TO VISIT

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Prince Edward Island hotels are some of the most unique hotels in Canada. One of them even had a movie and famous TV show filming there – read on to see which one! Prince Edward Island hotels have so much character, a distinct east coast vibe and best of all they have the most incredible east coast hospitality which makes you feel right at home.

Prince Edward Island is a lush province on Canada’s east coast. It’s known for its incredible seafood and is a popular summer destination with plenty to do. We visited Prince Edward Island this summer (more on that trip here) and stayed in two of the most amazing Prince Edward Island hotels. We’ve rounded up some of the most adorable Prince Edward Island hotels, and things to see, do and eat nearby! Once you’ve picked a hotel, start planning some unique things to do with our P.E.I. activity guide.

Prince Edward Island hotels

Mysa Nordic Spa

Mysa Nordic Spa. Set amongst 18-acres of paradise, this Prince Edward Island hotel and spa is the first Nordic spa on the island. Onsite cottages overlook the amazing spa grounds and each one has its own cozy fireplace and private deck. Enjoy incredible onsite dining, you don’t need to go far to enjoy every aspect of comfort Mysa has to offer.

Dalvay by the Sea

Dalvay by the Sea. Located in Prince Edward Island National Park, this historic hotel is open to guests from May to October. Choose from traditional hotel rooms or rent one of the two larger cottages. Dine at The MacMlllan Room, the hotel’s onsite restaurant, and enjoy amenities such as bike rentals, hiking, golf, tennis, pickleball, canoeing and kayaking, beachcombing and lawn bowling. Fun fact: Road to Avonlea and Anne of Green Gables were both filmed here, and William and Kate stayed here during their honeymoon tour!

Nellie’s Landing – Photo courtesy of Nellie’s Landing

Nellie’s Landing. Stay in a floating wine barrel at this Prince Edward Island hotel. The most unique stay you’ll find on the east coast, the suites are literally wine barrels turned bed rooms. Fully air conditioned with a flat screen TV, mini fridge and private tiki bar. The best part? The smell of cedar while you’re lulled to sleep.

Mill River Resort chalet – photo courtesy of millriver.ca

Mill River Resort. There is so much to see and do at Mill River resort including a state-of-the-art golf course, bike trails, hiking, a beautiful spa and an indoor aquaplex. A perfect family getaway, you don’t even need to leave this Prince Edward Island hotel to have a wonderful vacation. The onsite restaurant has incredible food and on Wednesday and Friday there is live entertainment.

Inn at Bay Fortune – photo courtesy of Trip Advisor

The Inn at Bay Fortune. One of Prince Edward Islands esteemed 5-star inns, The Inn at Bay Fortune offers farm-to-table breakfast included in your stay. With only 2 suites onsite, their sister property, The Inn at Fortune Bridge is also worth checking out! Set amongst 75 acres of seaside, guests are invited to explore the organic farm and hike the many walking trails on the property.

Fairholm Inn – photo courtesy of fairholminn.com

Fairholm Boutique Inns. With 33 suites amongst four historic buildings, this family owned and operated set of boutique inns is so quaint and perfectly located in central Charlottetown. Your stay includes a personalized breakfast served in the Hillhurst Dining Room.

Prince Edward Island things to do

Cavendish Beach

Go to the beach. With so many stunning beaches, you’ll want to make sure you set aside some time each day to explore the waterfront. Ride bikes along the waterfront paths in Victoria Park, or hike the dunes at Greenwich Beach. Grab some fresh, locally caught seafood for lunch while you’re there!

Mysa Nordic Spa

Hit the spa. Visit the only Nordic spa in Prince Edward Island, Mysa Nordic Spa, where you can relax in their hot pools, sauna, steam room and cold plunge pool. Make a trip of it and stay in one of their onsite cabins, catch the sunset from the hot tub and enjoy locally-inspired meals at their on-site restaurant.

Blue Mussel Cafe

Eat at Blue Mussel Cafe. The top recommended restaurant in P.E.I., their twist on a classic clam chowder is a must-try, and they have the freshest sea-to-table oysters and mussels. We totally get why everyone says you have to eat here!

For more Prince Edward Island things to do and places to eat, check out our blog post TOP 7 UNIQUE PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND THINGS TO DO.

Getting to your Prince Edward Island hotel

Prince Edward Island is such a small island there are only 100 taxis for the whole island. Besides that, we hate waiting in rental car line-ups at the airport, so we always suggest booking a ride with Turo whenever possible. Turo is a car sharing app where you can book a car from a community of hosts around Canada, U.S.A., the U.K. and Australia.

Unlike traditional car rentals, with Turo you can select the vehicle make and model that is best for your needs.There is a huge selection of unique cars from Toyota’s to Tesla’s, and as new hosts join the options continue to grow. You can also choose whether you want to pick up the car or have it dropped off. We had our host drop the car off at the airport so once we had our baggage we were able to hit the road!

Prince Edward Island hotels are so unique, and the east coast hospitality is one to rival. We had so much fun on our visit to Prince Edward Island this summer, and we can’t wait for our next visit!

For more Canadian travel inspiration check out our blog UNIQUE THINGS TO DO IN OTTAWA THIS YEAR.

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