Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island National Park

Hotels in Prince Edward Island, Canada

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The province of Prince Edward Island includes the main island as well as several other nearby islands.  Although it is the smallest of all Canadian provinces, it is by no means short on attractions and hotel accommodation in Prince Edward Island for visitors.  A quick search online will reveal all the best hotel deals in Prince Edward Island and you can book your room closest to at least most of your favourite attractions too.

Top things to do in Prince Edward Island

The largest city and the capital of Prince Edward Island is Charlottetown and this city is an absolute must if you are interested in the nation’s history, museums, theatres and more.  Step back in time when you explore Founders’ Hall and experience life as it was back in 1864.  For another slice of history, make sure that you visit the Province House.  It is here that the Confederation was born and is still the centre of the local politics today.

In terms of local architecture, you cannot miss out on a trip to St Dunstan’s Basilica in Charlottetown. 

If you want to spend some time at the beach, make your way to the Basin Head Provincial Park in Souris.  The beach is very well maintained and local facilities include a fisheries museum and a nearby take out restaurant.  This is one of the best spots on the island to go when you want to leave your hotel room behind for the day as you enjoy the outdoors.

Another great spot to visit that will surely keep everyone very much occupied and entertained is the Prince Edward Island National Park.  The peaceful coastal landscape stretches over 40km and, within the park, you will also come across the renowned Green Gables House which experiences such fame thanks to the Anne of Green Gables novel.

To the north, you will find the quaint community of Cavendish.  Here the beaches are also ideal for swimming, sunbathing and long walks.

Lakeside is an extremely scenic area in PEI and there are several means by which you can explore your natural surroundings.  A popular way of travelling along the coastline is by horseback and there’s nothing quite like a fun ride, fresh air and amazing views.

Amusements and entertainment

Booking the best place to stay in Prince Edward Island is obviously right at the top of your list when planning your trip.  However, if you save a fair amount on your hotel accommodation in Prince Edward Island, you can make the most of these savings by spending them elsewhere on fun activities, souvenirs and more.

Each city or town has its own fair share of amusement or theme parks.  When staying in Charlottetown, you can take the whole family to That Fun Place while adults might prefer a visit to the Red Shores Racetrack & Casino.

The Avonlea Village in Cavendish and the Haunted Mansion in Kensington are two more popular attractions in the province.

If you booked a rental car in Prince Edward Island, then how about a trip to the Brackley Drive In – Brackley Beach?  If you enjoyed the drive in years ago, this will give you the chance to reminisce and the young ones can find out just what all the fuss was about.

There are also several theatres throughout the province, including the Stanley Bridge Hall, the Victoria Playhouse and The Mack in Charlottetown.  Check the local listings and perhaps ask your Prince Edward Island hotel accommodation information desk where their favourite places to go are.