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Visitors to Prince Edward Island have the option of staying in the luxurious surroundings of our two summer homes, Tread Softly and Howe Point are both located off premise from the Inn and offer an unsurpassed level of comfort. Breakfast is not included, but is available at the Inn at an additional charge.
'Tread Softly' is a restored farmhouse that reflects its natural surroundings. Its cheerful interiors balance the works of local craftspeople with the aesthetic of renowned interior designer, Mary Ann Coffey. We rent this summer home for $1875 per week.
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C$250 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Rural farm house opposite the Fortune River lovingly restored by owner and interior designer Mary Ann Coffey Andrews. Quiet peaceful farm and fishing community.
How to get there
Airport: Charlottetown: 76.0 km
Ferry: Wood Islands: 80.0 km
From Charlottetown Take Rt. 2, east from Charlottetown. After the intersection of Route 2 & 4 you will see signs for the Fortune Turnoff (Route 340) bear right and go straight to stop sign. Right turn onto Route 310 over the Fortune Bridge bearing left at the end of the bridge. Follow Route 310 towards The Inn at Bay Fortune, 514 will be on your right in 0.5 km. Travel time approx. 50 minutes. From the Wood Islands Ferry When leaving the ferry terminal bear left and follow directions to Montague on Route 315, connect with and follow Route 4 towards Souris. This will take you through Montague and past Cardigan, Bridgetown, and Dundas to the intersection of Route 4 & Route 2 and bear right onto Route 2 towards Souris. After the intersecti