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We stayed at the Barachois Inn over the August long weekend and had an excellent stay. Judy, the Innkeeper, is very friendly and welcoming. She recommended a great restaurant (Blue Mussel Café) for our first night and we were pleased she did. The Inn provides...More
We stayed for 2 nights at The Barachois Inn for our 5 year anniversary trip to the east coast. Upon arrival, the innkeepers were friendly and welcoming. They showed us to our room (Room 7) gave a tour of the McDonald House and even went...More
Took a quick trip to Prince Edward Island and decided to stay at Barachois Inn as I had last year. When I called to reserve Innkeeper Judy remembered me which was really great. The room was well appointed as last year and the grounds were...More
This is a beautiful B&B close to Cavendish area, beaches, and other main attractions in PEI. We stayed in the separate house, which has lots of character even though it is a newer build. Very quiet area, beautiful grounds, very clean and comfortable, and a...More
We stayed in one of the upstairs suites in the guesthouse. Great bed, very spacious suite all with aircon, free wireless, fridge and nice terrace to sit in the evening...When you take a closer look, you notice that this house is in many ways a...More
US$139 - US$258 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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To all, Barachois Inn or The Graham Inn?? Or where is the best place to stay in the Green Gables area? Why one place over another?
11 January 2015|
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Hard to say, since I don't know the Graham Inn. I guess, if you want a pool, you go there. I liked the rooms in the Barachois Inn very much. The Building is brand new, but that only shows in terms of quality, not in terms of... More
Hard to say, since I don't know the Graham Inn. I guess, if you want a pool, you go there. I liked the rooms in the Barachois Inn very much. The Building is brand new, but that only shows in terms of quality, not in terms of style! On the contrary: Very much true to the old style, very beautiful! We had a very large room with kitchen, sitting area... Gorgeous!
Breakfast was great. I liked the buildings, the porch, the little flower garden, the green grounds, the beautiful church on the other side of the street...
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