Welcome to Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, offers so much to the traveller. Fine dining and night life, live entertainment and wonderful beaches and trails.
The island is steeped in history from the forming of confederation in 1864 and the literary works of LM Mongtomery with the world reknowned "Anne of Green Gables".
PEI has many fantastic accomadations for your stay.
The Country Pines Inn & Suites in Central Bedeque
After relaxing with a cup of coffee and a free Continental breakfast in our sunny loft, start your day with a stroll around our lush lawns and gardens. Head for the nearby, wonderful sandy beaches and watch the shore birds, make sand castles, swim in the ocean, explore PEI's rugged coastline by foot, or rent a kayak and see the Island from a unique point of view! It's any easy drive to the Cavendish National Park and all the attractions of "Anne's Land". Have a Lobster dinner at one of the many restaurants specializing in fresh seafood. Take a peek in the wonderful assortment of local Craft Shops and Antique Stores. See some live theatre, catch a concert at the College of Piping, or drop by and be welcomed at one of the lively community festivals, dinner theatre's and Ceilidhs. Finish off a perfect day by returning to The Country Pines Inn and Suites where your enjoyable stay is important to us! Have a refreshing dip in our heated pool, and then sit back and experience an incredibly vibrant Island sunset!
Eagles Glenn Golf Course in Cavendish
The Eagles Glenn Golf Resort is a new championship golf course in the heart of Cavendish Beach. Renowned Canadian golf course architect, Graham Cooke, transformed over 300 acres of beautiful countryside into a 27 hole championship golf course with a state of the art practice facility. Graham Cooke is the magician of mounding and of capturing the unique characer of the land. Championship calibre holes and breathtaking views Mr. Cooke designed the Eagles Glenn to make walking enjoyable.
Fishbones in Charlottetown
Fishbones Oyster Bar and Seafood Grill is located on historic Victoria Row in downtown Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Fishbones Oyster Bar and Seafood Grill uses a variety of PEI and Maritime ingredients that are grown, harvested and supplied, from an extensive list of farmers, fisherman and purveyors.
The Charlottetown Festival in Charlottetown
Since its inception, The Charlottetown Festival has sought out and commissioned over 66 new Canadian musicals. The most popular and successful of The Charlottetown Festival musicals remains Anne of Green Gables - The Musical. The reading public has long treasured the works of L.M. Montgomery. On July 27, 1965, The Festival brought Montgomery's most popular character, "Anne Shirley", to the stage in a musical by Don Harron, Elaine and Norman Campbell, and Mavor Moore. Since its premiere, over 2-million people have seen Anne of Green Gables - The Musical at The Charlottetown Festival.
The Great George in Charlottetown
The Great George is Charlottetown's award-winning historic boutique hotel, located in the heart of downtown. Stay with us, stroll and enjoy shopping, dining, theatre, Victoria Row, Sydney Street and the beautiful Charlottetown waterfront, all of which are just a few steps away. The Great George has 60 individually appointed guestrooms, efficiency suites, and deluxe rooms featuring fireplace, Jacuzzi or claw-foot tub.
What's on around PEI
Bluesday Tuesday with Spencer Soloduka - Fishbones Oyster Bar & Seafood Grill, Charlottetown
Gordon Belsher and Richard Wood - Olde Dublin Pub, Charlottetown
Irish Mythen - Old Triangle Pub, Charlottetown
Katie McGarry or Barry O’Brien - Peake's Quay Restaurant & Bar, Charlottetown
Dear Johnny Deere - Mack, The (MacKenzie Theatre), Charlottetown
Old Home Week - Charlottetown, PEI
Original 25¢ Wing Night with Donovan, Laura and Jordo - Hunter's Ale House, Charlottetown
Peake’s Wharf Concert Series with Island Musicians - Peake's Wharf, Charlottetown
Acadian Days in Rustico - South Rustico, PEI
Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI’s 5th Annual Charlottetown Pow Wow - Charlottetown, PEI
DMake-Your-Own-Nacho Bar with DMayne Event - Globe World Flavours, Charlottetown
Sounds of the Island Showcase at Old Home Week Exhibition - Charlottetown Civic Centre, Charlottetown
Vibronics - Baba's Lounge, Charlottetown
Jordan Belther and Richard Wood - Olde Dublin Pub, Charlottetown
Dave Reid - Sims Corner, Charlottetown
Avonlea Showband (3 shows daily) - Avonlea Village, Cavendish
Beaconsfield Children's Festival Production: Harry the Horse - Beaconsfield Carriage House, Charlottetown
Les Feux Follets - Confederation Centre: Amphitheatre, Charlottetown
Confederation Players in "The Magnificent Scheme" - Province House, Charlottetown
Rum Runners Musical Walking Tour - Founders Hall, Charlottetown
Summer Islanders Lecture Series - Bites Café, Hampton
The Celtic Ladies …and Men - St. Joachim's Parish Hall, Vernon River
MacKinnon Scottish Ceilidhs - MacKinnon Homestead Grounds, Richmond
Celtic Revival! with the Sky Family - SKYS Performance Centre, Clinton
Anne & Gilbert - Guild, The, Charlottetown
Rondelay - Watermark Theatre, North Rustico
Top Hats and Tales - Victoria Playhouse, Victoria-by-the-Sea
Tuesday Talks at the Acadian Museum - Acadian Museum of PEI, Miscouche
Cynthia's Brackley Beach Ceilidhs - Brackley Beach Community Centre, Brackley
Nunsense - Harbourfront Theatre, Summerside
Leon Gallant’s Island Ceilidh - Stanley Bridge Hall (Sterling Women's Institute), Stanley Bridge
Georgetown Ceilidh - King's Playhouse, Georgetown
Acoustic Music Jam - Centre Expo Festival Centre, Abrams Village
Baba’s Lounge Big B’s Music Trivia - Baba's Lounge, Charlottetown
Trivia at Churchill Arms with Sam - Churchill Arms, Charlottetown
Ise's Trivia with Glenn MacKinnon - Ise's Bar - Montague, Montague