Places to stay while visiting Anne’s land?

Prince Edward Island, our home, is a small province on the East Coast of Canada. I have heard many people say it feels like it is a place that time has forgot. Many guests from Japan know it better as “Anne’s land”. I am always amazed at the number of Japanese guests that come to visit. We are famous for beautiful beaches, pretty fishing villages, farmhouses and churches, fresh shellfish, lobsters and oysters, and world-renowned author LM Montgomery. I think many of our guests from Japan love PEI for its friendliness. People are always surprised that everyone waves to each other or says hello as we are walking down the street.

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People visit for various reasons – to relax, to play, to eat, to be active, to visit family or a combination of all these reasons. With over one million visitors annually there are a variety of accommodations dependent on your budget and reason for coming to PEI.

Charlottetown, capitol of PEI

A big decision on where you are going to stay depends on the amount of money you want to spend and if you have transportation. If you have a car the choice of accommodations is amazing throughout the province. In Charlottetown, guests can choose from a range of accommodations: economical rooms at the University of Prince Edward Island or the Youth Hostel or high end cozy and elegant five-star boutique hotels. https://www.tourismpei.com/pei-accommodations

Fairholm Boutique Inns

Neal and I recently spent a night at Fairholm Boutique Inns – Charlottetown PEI (fairholminn.com) to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary. It has beautiful architecture and charm. We wanted to enjoy a relaxing evening in a beautiful setting.

Fairholm Suite
Historic Fairholm Boutique B &B

Summer accomodations

If I was looking for accommodations in the summer, I would look for accommodations directly on the beach as we would be spending most of our time outdoors. I would like to try is called Treetop Havens. Visit Treetop Haven PEI | Nature and Wellness Destination Their accommodations are domes or tree pods elevated in the trees.

Domes in the sky
View from our bed

Please remember the type of accommodations you choose while visiting Anne’s Land really depends on the type of vacation you would like, transportation and your budget. If you have stayed in Prince Edward Island please leave a comment where you have stayed and why.

Victoria Homestay in the Winter

Victoria Homestay in the winter

We hope everyone is staying well !

Helen and Neal