Victoria, Prince Edward Island, Canada Accommodations

Accommodations in Victoria

Other
1br Other
  • Pets Allowed
Welcome to our new property. As long-time owner operators of Evening Primrose B & B and Meadow Cottage we are proud to offer our new Garden Suite. In our newly built Victoria-by-the-Sea cottage we have incorporated a unique, large, separate, self-contained private rental suite. Please come and enjoy this new accommodation. Victoria Garden Suite is our double-occupancy housekeeping studio suite. Large open studio with comfortable queen-sized bed, a well-appointed kitchenette with 4 burner stove, oven, small refrigerator, microwave, small appliances, dishes, cooking utensils, pots and pans. Wheelchair accessible bathroom with step in shower, handheld shower head, seat, or padded shower bench upon request. Grab bars for toilet and shower. Level thresholds, wide doorways, ramped deck, cable TV, high-speed internet, private entrance, private deck, and a/c. From the suite you have gorgeous views of the countryside that surrounds us in Victoria-by-the-Sea. When you stay in Victoria Garden Suite, you stay in the midst of it all in the quaint village of Victoria-by-the-Sea., a few minutes' walk to the beach and wharfs. Victoria has restaurants, live theatre, antiques and book shops, a chocolate factory, galleries, beaches, a fish market, kayak/bike rentals, a wharf with shops. Buy seafood from the local fish market, Island beef directly from local farmers, enjoy produce from our own vegetable garden, dig your own clams, or eat at one of many great places in the village. Victoria Garden Suite is $115 Canadian per night for double occupancy In July, August and Sept. $100/night May and June. Available May 1st to Sept. 30th. Well-mannered dogs welcome. $20 surcharge.
Other
1br Other
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Do you love site seeing and culture? So do we and I'd love to welcome you into our home. I have 1 Single room(s) available for homestay guests with Closet / Wardrobe, Mirror, Radio, and Desk and Lamp. Geoffrey is 49. He speaks English and enjoys music, gigs, festivals, socialising, travel, television, and nature Laverne is 42. She speaks English and enjoys cooking, watching movies, music, gigs, festivals, painting, reading, photography, socialising, travel, learning foreign languages, television, gardening, nature, and theatre LaVerne has 2 children living at home
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis space is truly unique. It is located in Central PEI offering complete privacy yet close to the city and the beaches. Guest AccessGuests have access to a two bedroom guest house which is a converted 1850's barn. The also have access to professionally designed gardens, a Pigionaire (long story), a clothing option sundeck, woodland trails. Interaction with GuestsWe are on the site in a different building so there can be as much or as little interaction as the guest like The NeighborhoodThere is no neighborhood. You are in the middle of nowhere. A great place to lose or find yourself. Getting Aroundno public transportation
Home/Apartment
Excellent
26 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
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The SpaceOpen concept kitchen, dining, and living area. Also on main level is a full bathroom, bedroom with queen bed, washer and dryer. Upstairs is the master bedroom with queen bed, beautiful spa type bathroom, and kids bedroom with 2 twins and a crib. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire cottage and are only a short walk to the beautiful beach. Interaction with GuestsI can be reached by phone or text at anytime.
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceMost of our time is spent in the beautiful green and brown woods of the Catskill mountains. However, every summer for the past 25 years we have packed up and migrated north to Heather Beach on Northumberland Strait where it is exquisitely blue! This rustic cottage has electricity, hot running water with an outdoor shower with a view of the ocean. There are two tiny bedrooms - one with a queen sized futon bed, the other with four single bunks. This is a terrific place for little kids, gentle ocean, warm water, bike riding, exploring the beach - gathering a bounty of clams and mussels for dinner! And for grownups who like it quiet, reading, painting, baking bread, and contemplating the deep blue sea. At low tide there are 3 or 4 sandbars out, you can walk for a couple miles on the edge of the world! This is not blanket to blanket, umbrella to umbrella beach but wild and authentic. There is an efficient air-tight wood burning stove for the occasional chilly evening and a lovely large covered porch overlooking the sea and incredibly beautiful sunsets almost every night!! That’s the Northumberland Straight with Prince Edward Island just barely visible 10 miles distant. The regular season is summer-only. July and August have the best beach weather. We have owned this since 1990 and enjoyed a few weeks every summer there, it’s our favorite place in the world! Late spring and early fall can be wonderful there, but you might have a chilly day or two. Both June and September may be available for booking even though not marked open on the calendar, if you are interested in the booking during those months, contact us. We never thought about sharing it until we discovered Airbnb. So when we decided to offer it, we saw it through new eyes - hey, we need to do work! It had been fine for our family, but not up to par for sharing. So in the summer of 2014 we got to work - cleaning, painting, wallpapering, etc(URL HIDDEN) For the past 25 years, it’s been our very rustic beach retreat – with just an outhouse. That was fine for our family. In summer 2015 we had our first few Airbnb guests, and it was fine with them, too, we received favorable reviews. Nonetheless, we decided the time had come to invest whatever it took [a lot] to install a flush toilet. So now there is one - not luxurious, its located in an adjacent storage shed. The cottage still feels like a throwback in time. For example, In the photo of the wood stove, you will see that on the floor of the living room we have kept the antique linoleum, which probably dates back to the 1930's or 1940's. We have kept the wood shingle siding despite the headache of continual need for painting. Most other cottages along the beach have gone to vinyl or aluminum siding. There's an airtight wood stove. A month earlier or later than the summer season can be great, or can be a bit chilly for swimming. Even in summer, once in a while the north wind blows in and a fire is welcome. We keep a supply of firewood for the wood stove. It is beachfront. The beach is red sand, the water temperature in summer often gets up to 72 to 74 degrees. In 2015 one day the sea was 78 degrees. It varies quickly, and can be 76 one day and 68 the next. You have your own beach in front of the cottage, and, there's a public beach with a lifeguard a 5 minute walk to the east. The cottage is about 25 feet in elevation above the beach, so one can climb down the steep slope to the water, or walk 300 feet down the road to a public stairway. The shower: It's an outside shower that we find delightful - when the sun is high in the sky, the water spray makes little rainbows around you. And you're looking out across the Northumberland Straight to Prince Edward Island - heaven. Getting there: We usually drive one of our Royces - 750 miles from our home in Woodstock, New York. Our favorite way, but more costly, is to take the overnight sleeper coach on Via Rail Canada. One drives to Saint Lambert, a few miles outside of Montreal, [free safe parking there] catches the sleeper coach about 7 PM. Dinner is served in the dining car. Sleeping in your suite on the train is most refreshing. You arrive Amherst, Nova Scotia the next morning [about 20 miles from the cottage] and pick up a rental car. If you're a train buff, and have the time, you can take the train all the way from Manhattan – Amtrak connects to Via Rail Canada in St. Lambert. If your time is limited, you can fly into Moncton, New Brunswick, 50 miles from the cottage. One now needs a passport to cross the border. (URL HIDDEN)We host 7 properties in Eastern North America from Florida to Nova Scotia, ranging from off the grid “camping cabins” to upscale converted barns. All of them are retreats we originally purchased for our own use, because we loved the location and the cottage or cabin. Only later did we discover we could share them through Airbnb and other websites. It has been most satisfying to get the feedback from guests when they too, love staying at the properties. Here at Heather Beach, we received the ultimate positive feedback – one of our guests purchased a cottage on the same cul de sac after staying at our place. Having said that, we want to emphasize the cottage is simple, plain, not at all fancy or modern. We have been told it was brought to the current location on a barge from Pugwash, Nova Scotia in the 1930's. While we have installed a flush toilet, it is located in a separate storage shed that does not have electric going to it. You will need to bring your own bed linens and towels. It is not practical for housekeeping to deal with linens, the nearest laundromat is a 45 minute round trip. Trash, recycling, and composting must be separated, instructions will be posted. The bedrooms are small. The one with four single bunks works fine for our 4 grandchildren, but best for not more than 2 adults. There is a twin size sofa bed in the living room. The TV has a DVD player built in - for rented movies - there is wifi but not cable TV. Guest AccessIt is beachfront. The beach is red sand, the water temperature in summer often gets into the low to mid 70 degrees. You have your own beach in front of the cottage, or, there's a public beach with a lifeguard a 5 minute walk to the east. The cottage is about 25 feet in elevation above the beach, so one can climb down the steep slope to the water, or walk 300 feet down the road to a public stairway. We had our own stairs [in one of the photos] but a hurricane removed them. The shower: It's an outside shower that is one of our favorite experiences - when the sun is high in the sky, the water spray makes little rainbows around you. And you're looking out across the sea [Northumberland Straight] about 14 miles to Prince Edward Island - heaven. The outhouse: It's a separate little shed that also houses the hot water heater and water tank. When we purchased the cottage in 1990, most cottages near Heather Beach just had outhouses, now it has become gentrified and most have flush toilets, as cottage prices have risen about 8 fold since then. We like ours the way it's always been. For example, In the photo of the wood stove, you will see that on the floor of the living room we have kept the antique linoleum, that must date back at least to the 1940's. Many cottages have gone to vinyl siding. We have kept the wood shingles despite the headache of continual maintenance of painting. The increased market value doesn't boot us, it has made the property tax 5 times higher than when we bought the cottage. Getting there: We often go by car - 750 miles from our home in Woodstock, New York. Our favorite way, when we can afford it, is to take the overnight sleeper coach on Via Rail Canada. We drive to Saint Lambert, a few miles outside of Montreal, get the train about 7 PM, have dinner in the dining car, have a restful sleep in our suite, then arrive Amherst, Nova Scotia the next morning [about 20 miles from the cottage] and pick up a rental car. If you're really a train buff, you can take Amtrak from NYC to Saint Lambert, but that adds time to the journey. For us, that simply doesn't work, since Amtrak doesn't accept dogs, and our 2 Yorkies love the beach. If time is important, you can fly into Moncton, New Brunswick, a bit more than an hour from the cottage. One now needs a passport to cross the border. In September, 2012 we organized and hosted a tour for the Rolls-Royce Owners' Club. In preparation for that, we did extensive research on the places of interest in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Airbnb doesn't allow us to send any links to guests before they book, but when you book we can send that information along. Other Things to NoteNote: We live in a mountainous area where there are many places where we don't get calls on our cell phones. For anything time sensitive, text messages [to both of us] are more likely to get through than a phone call.
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3br Home/Apartment
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  • Parking
The SpaceSpacious 3 BR cottage with an unobstructed view of the Northumberland Strait. Guest AccessGuests have right-of-way access to the beach, barbeque and fire-pit for camp fires and roasting marshmallows. Interaction with GuestsOwners live in the area should there be issues. The NeighborhoodVery quiet surroundings for a peaceful, relaxing stay. Neighbors are local residents. Getting AroundCottage is located 20 minutes from the Confederation Bridge, 20 minutes from Charlottetown, 30 minutes from Cavendish area. Other Things to Note(website hidden)
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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The SpaceFully Equipped two-bedroom cabin by the ocean. Guest AccessWireless Internet, Miles of beaches, Privacy Interaction with GuestsOnly at Arrival The NeighborhoodBeautiful sunsets. Private enclave of family cottages. 20min from Confederation Bridge and shops, 35min from Charlottetown. Getting AroundNo
cottage
Excellent
7 reviews
1br cottage
  • Pets Allowed
Meadow Cottage is a cozy country cottage set in the midst of beautiful rolling green farmland. It is very close to warm south side beaches and only down the road from the absolutely delightful village of Victoria-by-the-Sea. There are beautiful family-oriented beaches, terrific restaurants, great little shops, live theatre and more. You’ll love the memories you make here. Meadow Cottage has everything you need to make your time comfortable. The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking. While you’re here take advantage of local amazing fresh seafood and farm fresh produce. Sit out on your private deck and savor a beautiful sunset. The cottage has bedding and towels. It is wheelchair accessible and if you need, we can provide a padded shower bench or a raised toilet seat.. Meadow Cottage is almost in the middle of the Island. You can go adventuring to a new place every day. Explore the windmills at North Cape or jump off the bridge at Basin Head near Souris. Spend the day at the beaches on the north shore or take your family to Cavendish for the day to discover everything you can about Anne of Green Gables. Spend the day wandering the streets of historic Charlottetown. Take a tour of Province House, where Canada was born. No matter where you go, Prince Edward Island has so much to offer. You will fall in love and want to come back. Meadow Cottage is available May 15th to Sept 30th. We are in the middle of some of PEI’s finest farmland. Potato and dairy farms line our pretty country road yet we are also close to both Charlottetown and Summerside. We have plenty of parking.
cottage
3br cottage
    Overlooking our organic market gardens, farm fields and the lovely Northumberland Strait at Argyle Shore is a private, fully-equipped, scent-free, three-bedroom Summerhouse. It has a spacious, light, airy atmosphere open to sea breezes with picture views from every window. There are two large decks, a generous screened-in porch, heated bedrooms with queen or twin beds, full bath and complete kitchen with laundry facilities. Fresh Island seafood and groceries are available nearby and you are welcome to fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs from our market gardens. The Argyle Shore Park is directly across the road and a 10 minute walk will get you to a warm swin in the sea. Off season rates are for 1 - 4 persons. additional fee of $90 per additional person per week . Daily rate for off season 1 - 4 persons with $20 per day for each additional person. 25% non-refundable deposit accepted at time of booking. We are located opposite the Argyle Shore Provincial Park along Rte 19 in Argyle Shore.
    cottage
    Excellent
    4 reviews
    2br cottage
      This one and a half story, two bedroom cottage comes fully furnished, including a washer and dryer. It has parking and internet. There is a TV with a DVD player hooked up, but does NOT include Cable or Satellite. Victoria Seamaid Cottage is located on Mainstreet of Victoria by the Sea. Enjoy all that this quaint village has to offer. Walk to restaurants, the theater, shops, beach and rental shop. Or relax on your shaded front deck and put your feet up.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
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      The SpaceThe views are sensational from all our windows. The house is clean and spacious with ceramic floors throughout the downstairs. There are two full baths for your convenience. Upstairs bedrooms offer comfortable queen size beds and bunk beds in the downstairs bedroom. Guest AccessYou have the house to yourself for the period of time you book for your vacation. Interaction with GuestsI am just a call or text away if you need information or help with anything during your stay. The NeighborhoodThe village is small but there are lots of things to do and explore all within walking distance. Island Chocolate Factory is an amazing place to relax on the deck sipping a latte and eating chocolates. Antique shop, candy store, good restaurants, a pub on the wharf, live theatre, kayak rentals and public beach are just some of the things the village has to offer. Getting AroundWe are very centrally located to explore the island. Ther is also the option of leaving the car in the driveway and spending days exploring the village. Other Things to NoteThe village is small but there are lots of things to do and explore all within walking distance. the Island Chocolate Factory is an amazing place to spend some time relaxi g on the deck. There is an antique shop, candy store, wonderful weaving shop, live theatre, and a selection of great restaurants.
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      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      The SpaceSouth-west exposure provides beautiful sunset views. Easy access to the water. Walk the ocean floor and sandbars at low tide - great fun! The NeighborhoodPrivate enclave of family cottages. Very private, quiet and relaxing. Only 20 min from Confederation Bridge and shops, 45 min to Charlottetown.
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      3br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceLocation at its best!! This newly constructed cottage is just steps from the beach. When the tide is out, you can watch the kids dig for clams or explore the beach line. Go for a short stroll to Victoria and enjoy the fresh seafood and local artisans. Guest AccessGuests will have full access to this wonderful property. After a day on the beach or golf course, return to the Sandy Foot to relax with all the modern amenities of home! Interaction with GuestsI want to ensure that your stay will allow you to make memories of a lifetime. Anything that you need to further enhance your experience while at my beach house, please let me know. The NeighborhoodVictoria By The Sea is a small fishing village know for its fresh local seafood and beautiful craft shops and businesses. Enjoy a coffee and handmade chocolate at the Chocolate Factory or live like a local and jump off the wharf. This place is known for its peaceful surroundings. Getting AroundPerfect place to walk or bike to local attractions. A car is needed to get to any further destinations.
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      2br cottage
        Beautiful , Open concept cottage on 5 private acres, Cathedral Ceiling's with sky lights and windows, all done in knotty pine tongue and groove , full 4 piece bath, 2 bedrooms 1 queen 1 double and 2 twin's, also a bunky for extra guests, this cottage was designed for entertaining in mind, Fully equipped, blender, double fridge and freezer, flat top stove, microwave, gas bbq stackable washer and dryer, central vacum, and beautiful oak propane fireplace, The sunroom runs the full length of the cottage, Which you can set out under if it so happen's to rain, Closest, beach is Heather beach and cameron beach 15minute walk or 3 min, by car,Nearest town pugwash 7min drive, for groceries and gas , ligour store , northumberland links golf course 15-20 min, fox harbour golf course 25min, Jost vineyards15-20 min plus lots of other provincial parks and beach's and wildlife sanctuaries, all within 30 mins from the cottage
        cottage
        Excellent
        7 reviews
        2br cottage
          Charming cottage with pine interior beside the Bonshaw river with direct access to the new Bonshaw Hills hiking/biking trail system. 25 mins from Charlottetown and about 7 mins to the beaches at Canoe cove and Argyle Shore park. Full amenities include linens, dishes, pots, coffee maker, fridge, dishwasher, electric oven and microwave. The cottage has two bedrooms (each with a double bed), one bathroom, and a kitchen/dining/livingroom. There is also a loft area accessed by a stepladder, with a further double bed allowing a maximum occupancy of 6. The cottage is situated in a delightful location for nature lovers. Kayaking, canoeing, walking, mountain biking and fishing can all be done directly from the property. Pei's newest and largest trail system has just been completed with 20km of new trails along with a natural children's playground. A canoe and small teen-sized kayak are available for your use during your stay. The cottage's central location also gives good access to nearby beaches and all the other attractions of PEI.
          apt. / condo
          1br apt. / condo
            Bright, renovated suite with lots of windows in century old farmhouse on 3 acres of land! Overlooking well-groomed flower beds, well equipped kitchen, separate entrance. The property has four large vegetable gardens where we produce as much of our own vegetables year round, in addition to apple and pear trees. Renters are welcome to pick vegetables from the gardens and use canoes and kayaks. Close to Victoria by the Sea (15 minute walk) Confederation Bridge, Cavendish Beach (40 minute drive) and City of Charlottetown (Birthplace of Canada and Canada's longest playing musical; Anne of Green Gables)
            house
            3br house
            • Pets Allowed
            Canada Select 4 1/2 Star 2,500 square foot modern beach house on ocean front property. Enjoy southern exposure 200 feet from private safe sandy beach with sweeping views of the Northumberland Strait. Open concept kitchen for entertaining includes Viking Professional appliances, Weber barbecue, gas fireplace, granite counter tops and Wenge kitchen island. Master bedroom facing the ocean with low profile queen bed, desk, walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom and a sitting area. Two large bedrooms privately located on the other side of the home with low profile queen beds with a shared bathroom separating the two bedrooms. Large den/media room with queen sofa bed also sleeps an additional 2 people which allows the beach house to accommodate up to 8 adults comfortably. Enjoy the luxury of the Control 4 sound system with eight listening zones and access to millions of songs, I-Pod dock, HD satellite, HD TV, Blue Ray player, surround sound, high speed Internet, WiFi, ceiling fans throughout, 2 3/4 baths, outdoor shower, open and covered decks, swim raft, and more.
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            1br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            Welcome to our new property. As long-time owner operators of Evening Primrose B & B and Meadow Cottage we are proud to offer our new Garden Suite. In our newly built Victoria-by-the-Sea cottage we have incorporated a unique, large, separate, self-contained private rental suite. Please come and enjoy this new accommodation. Victoria Garden Suite is our double-occupancy housekeeping studio suite. Large open studio with comfortable queen-sized bed, a well-appointed kitchenette with 4 burner stove, oven, small refrigerator, microwave, small appliances, dishes, cooking utensils, pots and pans. Wheelchair accessible bathroom with step in shower, handheld shower head, seat, or padded shower bench upon request. Grab bars for toilet and shower. Level thresholds, wide doorways, ramped deck, cable TV, high-speed internet, private entrance, private deck, and a/c. From the suite you have gorgeous views of the countryside that surrounds us in Victoria-by-the-Sea. When you stay in Victoria Garden Suite, you stay in the midst of it all in the quaint village of Victoria-by-the-Sea., a few minutes' walk to the beach and wharfs. Victoria has restaurants, live theatre, antiques and book shops, a chocolate factory, galleries, beaches, a fish market, kayak/bike rentals, a wharf with shops. Visit http://www.victoriabythesea.ca . Buy seafood from the local fish market, Island beef directly from local farmers, enjoy produce from our own vegetable garden, dig your own clams, or eat at one of many great places in the village. Victoria Garden Suite is $115 Canadian, per night for double occupancy In July and August. $100/night May,June,Sept.,Oct. Well-mannered dogs welcome. $20 surcharge.
            Cottage
            Good
            7 reviews
            1br Cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            Meadow Cottage is a cozy country cottage set in the midst of beautiful rolling green farmland. It is very close to warm south side beaches and only down the road from the absolutely delightful village of Victoria-by-the-Sea. There are beautiful family-oriented beaches, terrific restaurants, great little shops, live theatre and more. You’ll love the memories you make here. Meadow Cottage has everything you need to make your time comfortable. The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking. While you’re here take advantage of local amazing fresh seafood and farm fresh produce. Sit out on your private deck and savor a beautiful sunset. The cottage has bedding and towels. It is wheelchair accessible and if you need, we can provide a padded shower bench or a raised toilet seat.. Meadow Cottage is almost in the middle of the Island. You can go adventuring to a new place every day. Explore the windmills at North Cape or jump off the bridge at Basin Head near Souris. Spend the day at the beaches on the north shore or take your family to Cavendish for the day to discover everything you can about Anne of Green Gables. Spend the day wandering the streets of historic Charlottetown. Take a tour of Province House, where Canada was born. No matter where you go, Prince Edward Island has so much to offer. You will fall in love and want to come back.
            Cottage
            3br Cottage
              Overlooking our organic market gardens, farm fields and the lovely Northumberland Strait at Argyle Shore is a private, fully-equipped, scent-free, three-bedroom Summerhouse. It has a spacious, light, airy atmosphere open to sea breezes with picture views from every window. There are two large decks, a generous screened-in porch, heated bedrooms with queen or twin beds, full bath and complete kitchen with laundry facilities. Fresh Island seafood and groceries are available nearby and you are welcome to fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs from our market gardens. The Argyle Shore Park is directly across the road and a 10 minute walk will get you to a warm swin in the sea.
              Cottage
              Excellent
              4 reviews
              2br Cottage
                This one and a half story, two bedroom cottage comes fully furnished, including a washer and dryer. It has parking and internet. Victoria Seamaid Cottage is located on Mainstreet of Victoria by the Sea. Enjoy all that this quaint village has to offer. Walk to restaurants, the theater, shops, beach and rental shop. Or relax on your shaded front deck and put your feet up.
                Cottage
                2br Cottage
                • Pets Allowed
                Beautiful , Open concept cottage on 5 private acres, Cathedral Ceiling's with sky lights and windows, all done in knotty pine tongue and groove , full 4 piece bath, 2 bedrooms 1 queen 1 double and 2 twin's, also a bunky for extra guests, this cottage was designed for entertaining in mind, Fully equipped, blender, double fridge and freezer, flat top stove, microwave, gas bbq stackable washer and dryer, central vacum, and beautiful oak propane fireplace, The sunroom runs the full length of the cottage, Which you can set out under if it so happen's to rain, Closest, beach is Heather beach and cameron beach 15minute walk or 3 min, by car,Nearest town pugwash 7min drive, for groceries and gas , ligour store , northumberland links golf course 15-20 min, fox harbour golf course 25min, Jost vineyards15-20 min plus lots of other provincial parks and beach's and wildlife sanctuaries, all within 30 mins from the cottage
                Cottage
                Excellent
                7 reviews
                2br Cottage
                • Pets Allowed
                Charming cottage with pine interior beside the Bonshaw river with direct access to the new Bonshaw Hills hiking/biking trail system. 25 mins from Charlottetown and about 7 mins to the beaches at Canoe cove and Argyle Shore park. Full amenities include linens, dishes, pots, coffee maker, fridge, dishwasher, electric oven and microwave. The cottage has two bedrooms (each with a double bed), one bathroom, and a kitchen/dining/livingroom. There is also a loft area accessed by a stepladder, with a further double bed allowing a maximum occupancy of 6. The cottage is situated in a delightful location for nature lovers. Kayaking, canoeing, walking, mountain biking and fishing can all be done directly from the property. Pei's newest and largest trail system has just been completed with 20km of new trails along with a natural children's playground. A canoe and small teen-sized kayak are available for your use during your stay. The cottage's central location also gives good access to nearby beaches and all the other attractions of PEI.
                Home/Apartment
                1br Home/Apartment
                  Bright, renovated suite with lots of windows in century old farmhouse on 3 acres of land! Overlooking well-groomed flower beds, well equipped kitchen, separate entrance. The property has four large vegetable gardens where we produce as much of our own vegetables year round, in addition to apple and pear trees. Renters are welcome to pick vegetables from the gardens and use canoes and kayaks. Close to Victoria by the Sea (15 minute walk) Confederation Bridge, Cavendish Beach (40 minute drive) and City of Charlottetown (Birthplace of Canada and Canada's longest playing musical; Anne of Green Gables)
                  Home/Apartment
                  3br Home/Apartment
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Canada Select 4 1/2 Star 2,500 square foot modern beach house on ocean front property. Enjoy southern exposure 200 feet from private safe sandy beach with sweeping views of the Northumberland Strait. Open concept kitchen for entertaining includes Viking Professional appliances, Weber barbecue, gas fireplace, granite counter tops and Wenge kitchen island. Master bedroom facing the ocean with low profile queen bed, desk, walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom and a sitting area. Two large bedrooms privately located on the other side of the home with low profile queen beds with a shared bathroom separating the two bedrooms. Large den/media room with queen sofa bed also sleeps an additional 2 people which allows the beach house to accommodate up to 8 adults comfortably. Enjoy the luxury of the Control 4 sound system with eight listening zones and access to millions of songs, I-Pod dock, HD satellite, HD TV, Blue Ray player, surround sound, high speed Internet, WiFi, ceiling fans throughout, 2 3/4 baths, outdoor shower, open and covered decks, swim raft, and more.
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                  Bedroom
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                  The SpaceThe tree house is on our 3 acre property on the outskirts of Victoria by the Sea. Quiet, peaceful. Clean air! Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, and during their stay. We are working on the property, guests are welcome to chat with us as much or as little as they wish !! The Neighborhood3 Kms to the beach! Getting AroundWalking or by bicycle is the best way to experience the area! Other Things to NoteBring sleeping bags, and towels, Cookware and stove for cooking .
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                  1br Home/Apartment
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                  • Parking
                  The SpaceThe property has four large vegetable gardens where we produce as much of our own vegetables year round, in addition to apple and pear trees. We also have large flower borders all over the property. In the back of the property is one of the largest Linden trees in Prince Edward Island (the largest Linden is found in Victoria by the Sea). Guest AccessPrivate entrance to suite, parking space! Interaction with GuestsThe suite is part of our home - we welcome interaction with our guests. We have been welcoming people from around the world for the past twenty years. The NeighborhoodThe village of Victoria, tucked neatly on the south shore of the Island, halfway between Charlottetown and Summerside, was founded in 1819 by James Bardin Palmer, an immigrant lawyer and agent for the Earl of Westmoreland. His son Donald, following a well-conceived plan, laid out the village on Palmer’s estate. The effect can still be seen today by the grid pattern of its streets. By the late 1800’s the settlement was prosperous with three wharves and many thriving businesses. Because of its sheltered harbour and strategic location, Victoria became an important seaport with a significant amount of trade with Europe, the West Indies and other East Coast ports. A wide variety of produce, including potatoes and eggs, was shipped by schooner from Victoria until the early 1900’s. In the days of the steamboats Victoria was a regular stop for the Harlan, dropping off visitors from Charlottetown and places further afield, to spend a few days relaxing in the beautiful village by the sea. Getting AroundA bicycle or your two feet is the best way to get around! Other Things to NoteWe have two cats in our home, as well as another granny suite - my mother lives there.
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                  Excellent
                  6 reviews
                  3br Home/Apartment
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                  My place is close to great views and parks. My place is good for couples and families (with kids).
                  Home/Apartment
                  Excellent
                  8 reviews
                  2br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Located in Augustine Cove with beautiful unobstructed views of the water. All the conveniences of home including bbq, tv and internet.
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                  Excellent
                  10 reviews
                  2br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceThe warmth and character of an old home with the comforts we all enjoy! The home sits on a corner lot with mature trees hanging over, off of the busy highway into a small village setting you'll feel private and safe. A small convenience store sits across the street with local fair a short walk away. Guest AccessYou'll have your own key and you can come and go as you please! Interaction with GuestsWe will make ourselves available if need be but you'll be left to enjoy the property otherwise on your own. If you have any questions, recommendations, or help during your stay don't hesitate to ask! We know where the best beaches and restaurants are! The NeighborhoodA small village central on PEI with lots of mature trees. Streams and rivers nearby, as well as the beautiful Victoria by the Sea. Lots of seaside restaurants, sporting activities, and beaches around. Also our favourite hiking trail is only 10 minutes up the road! Getting AroundLots of parking, you'll need a car or a bike.
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                  Excellent
                  12 reviews
                  1br Other
                  • Smoking Allowed
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Parking
                  This small 1950's style cottage is situated on seven acres of woods, with a stream. Paths for walking, clay road for biking / walking your dog & having a quiet time in the country. Cozy wood stove for the cooler nights. Just 20 minutes from Charlottetown, North & South shore beaches. 5 minute walk to local microbrewery; Barnone. Great place to unwind and relax. Fantastic for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
                  Cottage
                  3br Cottage
                  • Wifi
                  • Parking
                  The SpaceThis newly renovated 3-bedroom cottage is a 2-minute walk from Victoria's beautiful Red Sand beaches and in 1 minute you'll walk to a historic village with amazing restaurants, chocolate factory and other charming art galleries and little shops. The NeighborhoodVictoria-by-the-Sea In the early twentieth century, the village of Victoria, located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, was a bustling seaport, the fourth busiest on Prince Edward Island. Today, the harbour is home to scallop, lobster, and crab boats and the village has redefined itself as a destination for theatre, arts and crafts, fine food, and family-friendly seaside fun.
                  Home/Apartment
                  3br Home/Apartment
                  • Wifi
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Parking
                  My place is close to family-friendly activities, the airport, and the city centre. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space. My place is good for couples, families (with kids), and big groups.
                  cottage
                  3br cottage
                    Just 15 minutes from the Confederation Bridge, halfway between Charlottetown and Summerside and about 30 minutes to Cavendish and the North Shore. Enjoy staying in a fully restored turn of the century cottage, every room has a view of the water. Relax on the super sized front porch, reading or soaking up the view. The village is very charming, boasting outstanding restaurants, critically acclaimed summer theatre, quaint shops, lighthouse museum, wharf, public beaches, seafood market, bike and kayak rental...all within walking distance. Just across the road at low tide one can walk on the ocean floor of the Northumberland Strait...warmest waters north of the Carolinas. Licensed and inspected by Tourism PEI.
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                    Excellent
                    3 reviews
                    2br cottage
                      These newly renovated 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom cottages are a 2-minute walk from Victoria's beautiful Red Sand beaches and in 1 minute you'll walk to a historic village with amazing restaurants, chocolate factory and other charming art galleries and little shops. The Neighbourhood Victoria-by-the-Sea In the early twentieth century, the village of Victoria, located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, was a bustling seaport, the fourth busiest on Prince Edward Island. Today, the harbour is home to scallop, lobster, and crab boats and the village has redefined itself as a destination for theatre, arts and crafts, fine food, and family-friendly seaside fun.
                      Cottage
                      2br Cottage
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Most of our time is spent in the beautiful green and brown woods of the Catskill mountains. However, every summer for the past 25 years we have packed up and migrated north to Heather Beach on Northumberland Strait where it is exquisitely blue! This rustic cottage has electricity, hot running water with an outdoor shower with a view of the ocean. There are two tiny bedrooms - one with a queen sized futon bed, the other with four single bunks. This is a terrific place for little kids, gentle ocean, warm water, bike riding, exploring the beach - gathering a bounty of clams and mussels for dinner! And for grownups who like it quiet, reading, painting, baking bread, and contemplating the deep blue sea. At low tide there are 3 or 4 sandbars out, you can walk for a couple miles on the edge of the world! This is not blanket to blanket, umbrella to umbrella beach but wild and authentic. There is an efficient air-tight wood burning stove for the occasional chilly evening and a lovely large covered porch overlooking the sea and incredibly beautiful sunsets almost every night!! That’s the Northumberland Straight with Prince Edward Island just barely visible 10 miles distant. The regular season is summer-only. July and August have the best beach weather. We have owned this since 1990 and enjoyed a few weeks every summer there, it’s our favorite place in the world! Late spring and early fall can be wonderful there, but you might have a chilly day or two. Both June and September may be available for booking even though not marked open on the calendar, if you are interested in the booking during those months, contact us. We never thought about sharing it until we discovered that we could list it for sharing online. So when we decided to offer it, we saw it through new eyes - hey, we need to do work! It had been fine for our family, but not up to par for sharing. So in the summer of 2014 we got to work - cleaning, painting, wallpapering, etc. For the past 25 years, it’s been our very rustic beach retreat – with just an outhouse. That was fine for our family. In summer 2015 we had our first few guests, and it was fine with them, too, we received favorable reviews. Nonetheless, we decided the time had come to invest whatever it took [a lot] to install a flush toilet. So now there is one - not luxurious, its located in an adjacent storage shed. The cottage still feels like a throwback in time. For example, In the photo of the wood stove, you will see that on the floor of the living room we have kept the antique linoleum, which probably dates back to the 1930's or 1940's. We have kept the wood shingle siding despite the headache of continual need for painting. Most other cottages along the beach have gone to vinyl or aluminum siding. There's an airtight wood stove. A month earlier or later than the summer season can be great, or can be a bit chilly for swimming. Even in summer, once in a while the north wind blows in and a fire is welcome. We keep a supply of firewood for the wood stove. It is beachfront. The beach is red sand, the water temperature in summer often gets up to 72 to 74 degrees. In 2015 one day the sea was 78 degrees. It varies quickly, and can be 76 one day and 68 the next. You have your own beach in front of the cottage, and, there's a public beach with a lifeguard a 5 minute walk to the east. The cottage is about 25 feet in elevation above the beach, so one can climb down the steep slope to the water, or walk 300 feet down the road to a public stairway. The shower: It's an outside shower that we find delightful - when the sun is high in the sky, the water spray makes little rainbows around you. And you're looking out across the Northumberland Straight to Prince Edward Island - heaven. Getting there: We usually drive one of our Royces - 750 miles from our home in Woodstock, New York. Our favorite way, but more costly, is to take the overnight sleeper coach on Via Rail Canada. One drives to Saint Lambert, a few miles outside of Montreal, [free safe parking there] catches the sleeper coach about 7 PM. Dinner is served in the dining car. Sleeping in your suite on the train is most refreshing. You arrive Amherst, Nova Scotia the next morning [about 20 miles from the cottage] and pick up a rental car. If you're a train buff, and have the time, you can take the train all the way from Manhattan – Amtrak connects to Via Rail Canada in St. Lambert. If your time is limited, you can fly into Moncton, New Brunswick, 50 miles from the cottage. One now needs a passport to cross the border. _____________________________________ We host 7 properties in Eastern North America from Florida to Nova Scotia, ranging from off the grid “camping cabins” to upscale converted barns. All of them are retreats we originally purchased for our own use, because we loved the location and the cottage or cabin. Only later did we discover we could share them through Airbnb and other websites. It has been most satisfying to get the feedback from guests when they too, love staying at the properties. Here at Heather Beach, we received the ultimate positive feedback – one of our guests purchased a cottage on the same cul de sac after staying at our place. Having said that, we want to emphasize the cottage is simple, plain, not at all fancy. We are told it was brought to the current location on a barge from Pugwash, Nova Scotia in the 1930's. You will need to bring your own bed linens and towels. It is not practical for housekeeping to deal with linens, the nearest laundromat is a 45 minute round trip. Trash, recycling, and composting must be separated, instructions will be posted. The bedrooms are small. The one with four single bunks works fine for our 4 grandchildren, but best for not more than 2 adults. There is a twin size sofa bed in the living room. The TV has a DVD player built in - for rented movies - there is wifi but not cable TV.
                      Cottage
                      Good
                      3 reviews
                      2br Cottage
                        These newly renovated 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom cottages are a 2-minute walk from Victoria's beautiful Red Sand beaches and in 1 minute you'll walk to a historic village with amazing restaurants, chocolate factory and other charming art galleries and little shops. The Neighbourhood Victoria-by-the-Sea In the early twentieth century, the village of Victoria, located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, was a bustling seaport, the fourth busiest on Prince Edward Island. Today, the harbour is home to scallop, lobster, and crab boats and the village has redefined itself as a destination for theatre, arts and crafts, fine food, and family-friendly seaside fun.