Find out more about Prince Edward Island


Prince Edward Island is well known for its coastal beaches and pastoral landscapes, quaint fishing villages and historic lighthouses—not to mention the world famous golf courses, theatre and cultural experiences, water sports and festivals galore. The Island is really quite small, making all its attractions easily accessible by car. If you can’t decide what to do first, do it all – and you’ll receive a “Tip-to-Tip” ribbon at one end of PEI and a certificate at the other.

On the other hand, if you want a more personalized stay, think of our innkeepers as your personal travel guides. They’ll happily help you secure tickets, map out your itinerary with you or recommend “must do” excursions based on your specific interests. There are Inns of Distinction located in each of our Island’s touring regions; visit their profile pages to see further attractions in their area.

Where to find the best inns of Prince Edward Island

Find out more about Prince Edward Island 


From the western tip of the Island and the towering wind turbines of the wind institute to the amenities of the Island’s second largest city, the North Cape Coast Drive offers a unique blend of picturesque sights, cultural experiences and historical delights. Stop by the potato museum, see moss being harvested, explore Acadian culture, visit the Island’s first inhabitants or stroll along the Summerside boardwalk and take in a performance at the Harbourfront Theatre and visit the Eptek Exhibition Centre in Summerside.. Read more….. 

Inns in this region:

While Anne of Green Gables draws many visitors, this area has so much more. Cavendish is a “must do” for family fun and you’ll find a drive-in theatre nearby. Take in the acclaimed Indian River Festival Fine Music series at St. Mary’s Church or choose your water sport in North Rustico. But don’t miss the spectacular red sandstone cliff shoreline and white sandy beaches or the PEI National Park with its walking trails and picnic grounds. Read more….. 

Inns in this region: • Barachois InnGraham InnKindred Spirits Country InnLittle York Bed & Breakfast

Most visible in this area is the Confederation Bridge, a 13 kilometre engineering marvel and a perfect backdrop for lazy afternoons building sand castles on miles of red sand beaches in the Red Sands Shore Region. When the mood hits, learn how to tong for oysters, go kayaking or take a pottery class. There’s also Victoria-by-the-Sea, a revitalized fishing village with galleries, studios, restaurants and a chocolate factory to satisfy both your sweet tooth and your sense of adventure. Read more….. 

Inns in this region: • Briarcliff InnFiredance County Inn

As the largest city on the Prince Edward Island and the birthplace of Canadian Confederation, Charlottetown is buzzing. At the Confederation Centre, “Anne of Green Gables – The Musical”, has been playing to devoted audiences each summer since the mid 1960s. The charming downtown area is home to shops, boutiques, restaurants and art galleries and also attracts musical performances and lots of other entertainment during many of the Island’s festival events. Read more…..  

Inns in this region: • Charlotte’s Rose InnCranford InnElmwood Heritage Inn
Fairholm National Historic InnFitzroy HallShipwright Inn

This region will appeal to you if you like the outdoors – you’ll find an abundance of parks, trails and natural spaces. While you’re here, try cycling on the Confederation trail, visit the Greenwich dunes and floating boardwalk, stop by the winery or learn some seaweed secrets. Of course, another option is to simply slow down, relax and take a walk on one of the many pristine beaches. Read more….. 

Inns in this region: • Georgetown InnMaplehurst PropertiesThe Inn at Bay Fortune