Nous sommes passés à moto avant de prendre le traversier pour les Îles de la Madelaine. Idéal pour une petite nuit à rabais! Propre, bon service. Attention ce n'est pas un hôtel mais bien un gîte donc salles de bain communes et non dans les chambres. À moins de 5 minutes du traversier!
When we called by phone, the host described the place as basic but clean and complete. He was right on. We drove over from Charlottetown and found a converted nun's residence that was basic, clean and complete. Did our laundry while cooking dinner Ina fully complete kitchen and ate dinner in front of the tv in the living room/lounge. The rooms are smallish but the host explained he wanted people to come out of their rooms and use the common areas. Shared bathrooms. Very quiet. Nice people. All this for $65 for a double- when camping nearby is $38.
I loved this Inn. It was basic, cheap, and the staff was great. My husband and I stayed here after 3 nights at a "fancy" B&B in Summerside and I enjoyed this experience much more. The room had a queen mattress, a sink, a closet and some simple furniture. The staff were helpful and pleasant.
We reserved two nights at the inn for a week-end with friends in a house nearby. The house was unfortunately missing a bed for all of us so we thought that my spouse and I would spend the nights at 'A place to stay'. However after discussion with the owner accepted to rent us the mattress so we can stay at our friend's house! This _is_ open minded! We brought back the bed 2 days later. In consequence we can't tell about the lodge, but we can tell that you'll be served at the best of your interests!!
My husband, daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay . We were treated royally by the owner who went out of her way to inform us about the area and its history. As an anthropologist, I had many questions. The inn is very clean and comfortable, but not luxurious. It emenates a feeling of comfort and trust. Lonely Planet guide is my travel bible and we went there on it's recommendation, which was so right!