No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Shipwright Inn Charlottetown
Travel Blogs from Charlottetown
... I asked where she stayed at night and she said she did wild camping so had the freedom to stop where she liked - but I said it is absolutely freezing at night with deep snow still around. She said she had a -40 sleeping bag and never felt the cold. I thought her bike would have been a very expensive hybrid but she said no it was borrowed from a friend who had won it in a supermarket competition. I really admired her positive, laid back approach to life she really was ...
Our first stop of the day was a fancy museum / café / shop where Jenny saw lots of things she would like to buy if she had the money or a bag big enough! Haha. (see photos)
Today was the first day (of our two week trip) where the weather has really stopped us from enjoying the scenery and outdoors!
Our next stop was Dalvay by the Sea. An Edwardian hotel, it is a beautiful building inside and out and a pretty setting on the north coast ...
... we made a quick stop at a chocolate store and purchase some chocolate covered potato chips and chocolate truffles. PEI has three main economic industries; dairy farms, potato farms and tourism. French fries from Wendy's restaurants on the eastern seaboard come from potatoes on Prince Edward Island.
We chose to eat lunch based on a tour guides recommendation, Churchill Arms Pub one block down from the stores we shopped. It was an old English pub style restaurant ...
... like they’d come closer to Earth just so I could stop and stare.
A glitterati of crisp white stars dotted on a navy blanket that was keeping watch over me as I stood in awe; this may sound cheesy, but it was comforting to know they’re still there, the same stars watching over home, keeping an eye on us all as we make our merry way through this labyrinth. Maybe I lost more blood than I first thought, as it seems I’ve gone a little lightheaded. ...
Going through the house, some of rooms were called, Anne's Room and Matthew's Room but these are the characters - not who lived in this house. Odd. Is this a historical site of the author or a theme site for the novel? Both? It's all so intertwined.
After this headed down to PEI National Park and checked out the dunes and beaches. Nice! It was getting later and starting to get dark so found a campground for the night.