We were Yvette’s first guests of this early summer season. Her historic home combines the best of new and old. We arrived late day after a lengthy hike, and Yvette offered us a simple but delicious dinner. During dinner she joined us for conversation, and we found many commonalities. At breakfast Yvette cooked a full hot breakfast and included her homemade jam. We continued to learn more about her community. The cozy room was pristine with a separate bright bathroom. This was a very pleasurable stay.
We stayed here 1 night on our bike tour of PEI. Yvette, our charming hostess, warmly greeted us, and showed us a place to safely store our bikes. We had a large 2nd floor room facing the front of the property and the countryside beyond. The bed was excellent. We did have to share the bath, but not a problem with LOTS of HOT water for a shower. (We were also lucky that it was mid-week when few travelers are out so we had the whole place to ourselves!). Yvette made us a wonderful breakfast that included fresh blueberry muffins and homemade blueberry jam. Plenty to eat. Definitely a place to stay in the western part of PEI.
Nice and clean room and washroom with ample towels and face soap. Wonderful scenery, and quiet. Good bed. Good breakfast with a selection hot or cold including cereals and fruit salad. Yard was well manicured. centrally located to what we wanted to visit. We would have stayed longer but it did not suit our itinerary.
The B&B was welcoming, very clean and comfortable. The shared bathroom was not an issue. We were able to store our food in a basement fridge. We chose the location because people we met on a cross PEI bike trip told us they most enjoyed biking four areas: south of the North Cape, the south coast between Abram-Village to Summerside, PEI National Park from Robinson Island to Dalvay and Morell to St. Peters. We stayed 2 nights at this B&B to do the first two on the list (we did the whole list and more on our PEI visit). The first day we biked 33.5 km from Alberton to North Cape along Hwy 12 which was nice (we left our car in Alberton, my wife biked one way and spent some time enjoying North Cape while I biked back to the car), drove to Chez Yvette and slept there. The second day we biked a loop of about 70 km, first west on Route 124 in front of the B&B to Abram-Village to Hwy 11 and took #11 through Mont Carmel (stop at the great church, nice views of the ocean) into Summerside, had a great lunch at Deckhouse, Spinnaker's Landing, Summerside and returned to the B&B via the Confederation Trail through Miscouche (stop at the Acadian Museum- unfortunately closed for us), Wellington (good store for groceries and wine). The Confederation Trail is a pretty straight run through the countryside and not as scenic as the coast but a convenient way back and Miscouche and Wellington are worth a stop. The surface on Hwy 11 is very good, the scenery awesome and the traffic density quite manageable (one car every 6 minutes near the B&B and a car every minute or two close to Summerside but drivers are very patient and pass with lots of space or wait until they can do so). The B&B was welcoming, very clean and comfortable, Yvette was accommodating, the satellite TV didn't get CBC but other stations were OK, breakfast was pleasant (French toast day 1; yogurt & fruit day 2) and it was a good place to stay. But as you can see we appreciated the location even more than the B&B facilities. Yvette was even willing to pick me up in Wellington if we found biking the whole loop a bit much.…
Touring and bicycling PEI. Wonderful stay with Yvette. Our room was great,beautiful view,comfy bed.Shared bath with other guests,no problem. Breakfast in morning was delicious! Sat on beautiful front porch in evening.Would definetly return.