Artist's View is a comfortable, affordable oceanfront cottage with a million dollar view. Located on a cliff overlooking Northumberland Strait, with Confederation Bridge in the distance, it is an idyllic vacation spot if you love the beauty of sea, sky and ever-changing light. Situated in a quiet summer community, visitors at Artist's View enjoy the unique friendliness of PEI, as well as a sense of peace and privacy provided by the pines that surround the cottage.
The cottage offers a spacious living room, kitchen and bedroom, all with hardwood floors, a bathroom with ceramic tile shower, and a cheerful sun porch (which can also serve as a second bedroom). The cottage can sleep four, with a double bed in the bedroom and a double futon on the sun porch.
The cottage has local telephone service, high speed wireless internet, and Satellite TV.
NOTE: We offer weekly rentals only, from Sunday to Sunday.
We are located in an area of Prince Edward Island called Chelton. (The post office code is for the town of Albany, and we are close to Bedeque. FlipKey lists it as Bedeque). The cottage is located on a cliff on the water, and there are stairs to the beach below directly from the cottage yard. There is also a supervised beach with lifeguard less than a mile from the cottage at Chelton Provincial Park. The cottage is in a small quiet summer neighborhood, and privacy is provided by young pine trees and ample space between Artist's View and other cottages. From your windows and deck, you will see stunning views of the water that change dramatically throughout the day as the light or weather shifts. The city of Summerside is about a 20 minute drive. There you find supermarkets, shops, laundromat, library, movie theater, restaurants, and a great farmer's market on Saturdays. On your way to Summerside, stop at the general store in Bedeque for the best ice cream in PEI! Charlottetown, the capital of PEI, is a beautiful 40 minute drive. In fact it is hard to find a drive in PEI that is not beautiful. You find swimming, boating, bicycling, walking the Confederation Trail, historical sites, art galleries whichever direction you decide to drive on the island. We keep plenty of information on events and activities on hand.