A lovely, quiet location in a picturesque village. Proprietor was hard-working, friendly, and helpful. Room was clean, quiet, and comfy; and the bathroom was uniquely decorated and really nice. The old building has been well-restored and it is being carefully maintained. It was lovely to see a heritage building so well cared for. Breakfast offered cereal, toast, muffins, fruit, yogurt, and a different hot egg preparation each morning.
My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights. I mentioned to the owner "you don't always get what you want, but you get what you need". I was trying to find a hotel in Charlottetown, just because that city was mid-point to the island. Unbeknownst to me, there was a huge Seafood Festival during the time that I wanted to visit. I called the tourist board and they recommended this B&B. I am so glad! It is about 1/2 hour from Charlottetown and we really don't like city type places anyway. So this was perfect. We had a nice room with a king bed and a suite area with a big bathroom. I recommend splurging for that, if that is available. The hotel is within walking distance to everything (It is a super small town.) but a few restaurants and a playhouse! Breakfast was great with…
The accommodation was excellent, cleaned and the room was a nice size. The breakfast was excellent. The Hotel is located in the center of the village near the local Playhouse. You could walk everywhere from the hotel. It fit well with the beauty of this small seaside community. The locals are nice and the owner of the hotel is very friendly. I have no hesitation to recommend this place. It is an old building well taken care off and the outside look like these old hotels that you see in movies. You took advantage of our stay to attend a play at the local Playhouse.
We stayed 3 nights in the family suite with our children. It was ideal as the children had separate single beds and there was a small "living room" where our son read while his younger sister fell asleep. The breakfasts were delicious and the staff accommodating of daughter's allergies. The rooms were spotless and well decorated with a tasteful mix of antiques and modern items. Great beds. Lots of hot water and so convenient. The village is mainly in 4 rectangular blocks, but has several restaurants.
Breakfast alone sold us on this place- you will travel miles before you get a better meal than his "Maple Baked Egg"....sit in the oriental room and read and you will sense the history...right down the road is the Landmark Cafe for a meal...great shops nearby...room 1 was large and comfortable ...just loved it from start to finish..