Central Region - Prince Edward Island Lodges and Resorts Vacations
  Anne's Land and Charlotte's Shore Regions

Anne's Land - Every year thousands of visitors to P.E.I. flock to "Anne's Land", seeking the rural splendor and charismatic charm that motivated renowned Island author Lucy Maud Montgomery to write "Anne of Green Gables". A beloved fictional heroine, Anne delighted in the rolling farmlands and beautiful ocean panoramas. The many natural treasures of the region have been preserved by Fishing Dock the Prince Edward Island National Park. Highlighted by pristine sandy beaches, freshwater ponds and saltwater marshes, not to mention copious woodlands, the park also protects many historic and cultural landmarks, including the world famous house of Green Gables. Among the most sought-after attractions of "Anne's Land" are the seemingly endless breath-taking dunes and white sand beaches, divided by the occasional stretch of rocky sandstone cliffs.

Charlotte's Shore - The gateway to the Garden of the Gulf, the 13-kilometre Confederation Bridge offers visitors a dramatic view of the gently rolling farmland and pristine red sand beaches that characterize the "Charlotte's Shore" region of P.E.I. Charlotte's Shore presents to travelers the idyllic, gentle beauty of the surrounding landscape bordered by the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait. Victoria By The Sea, a quaint, cozy little village 20 minutes east of Borden, overflows with a variety of gift shops which offer everything from pottery and paintings to delectable hand-dipped chocolates. The restored buildings of Charlottetown give the downtown interior a look that reminds one of a busy 19th century seaport. The majestic St. Dunstan's Basilica adorned by three copper spires is visible virtually anywhere in the city. While visiting Province House guests can explore the great halls where the Fathers of Confederation met in 1864 to plan the future of our now great nation.

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Anna & Alois Furhman Estate

Activities: Family, Hiking, Wildlife & Nature, Kayaking, Romantic

This newly renovated vacation estate was built in the late 1800's. Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author of "Anne of Green Gables", would often visit friends that occupied the property. Our new vacation chalet features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with all the amenities, a dining room, living area, sun porch...all on a beautiful 2 acre piece of land in Cavendish, PEI.

BBQ, or dine out to try the catch of the day, or the succulent lobster? Kick up your feet, play a round of golf, or walk on the sandy beaches. Go surfing, sailing, deep-sea fishing or watching a spectacular sunset? The choices are endless, but one thing is for sure...it will be a time always remembered!

Housekeeping Cottages
Dining Room - No
Store - Nearby
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area -Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
Language: English

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