Prince Edward Island Accommodations

Prince Edward Island has the pleasure of being Canada's smallest province, one of the country's most scenic and being able to boast that Charlottetown (PEI's capital) is the cradle of Canadian confederation.

Travel In PEI helps you explore the island and even learn about the connection to the famous Anne of Green Gables stories. PEI accommodations are ready to serve you whether you require a hotel, motel, resort, cabin, bed and breakfast or RV/campground.

The articles found on the Travel In PEI website provide views into many aspects of Prince Edward Island accommodations, plus PEI travel experiences you can have in the province. Make sure to share your PEI story on the site.

Charlottetown

Charlottetown offers visitors both historic and cultural attractions. As host of the Charlottetown Conference and Canada's second oldest seat of government, Province House is nicknamed the Birthplace of Confederation.

North Cape Drive

The 300 km North Cape Drive starts in Summerside, with heritage homes and historic shipbuilding facilities. Spinnaker's Landing marketplace on Summerside's waterfront offers crafts and food. Make sure to continue and visit Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, Tignish and more.

Annes Land

Anne's Land is named after the fictional, but globally popular, Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. Prince Edward National Park is a must-see site as well as the nearby Dalvay-By-The-Sea with terrific beaches with sand dunes.

Charlotte's Shore

Charlotte's Shore is also known as the South Shore and is coastline region between Charlottetown and Summerside. Confederation Bridge, Chelton Beach Provincial Park and The Seacow Head Lighthouse are key features of PEI's South Shore.

Points East Coastal Drive

PEI's easternmost region Points East Coastal Drive is all about natural spaces and outdoor activities including red cliffs, white sands, ocean, and forests. But don't miss out on the many heritage and museum displays of PEI's history.

New Bruswick

When visiting PEI by car, the Conferderation Bridge originates in New Brunswick. For information and accommodations, check out Travel in PEI's sister site, Travel In New Brunswick.