BEST WESTERN Charlottetown

238 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 1L5, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 238 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, is near Founders' Hall, The Links at Crowbush Cove, Beaconsfield Historic House, and Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Charlottetown

    Reviewed by akmcdm


    Reviewed Apr 3, 2010
    by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

    The Best Western is always clean! Staff is Friendly! and Breakfast is great!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Charlottetown

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Charlottetown

    Day 29 Cruise - Charlottetown

    A travel blog entry by jas20j on Aug 13, 2013

    8 photos

    This morning we arrived into Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown is the capital and birthplace of Confederation. The city on the island is a busy port with both commercial and tourist centre, retains an old fashioned air.
    Prince Edward Island Canada’s smallest province is known as the Garden of the Gulf. It has more than 3/4 of the land under cultivation.The superb beaches of the north shore boast 22 degree water temperatures in summer ...


    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Aug 25, 2011

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... I was able to carry out another satisfying task that didn’t include any excretions: feeding time. A row of heads greeted me eagerly as I poured the food into their troughs, eventually passing two large heads that were determined to eat straight from my bucket and make it through the obstacle course that was the stable block. My excitement at moving and feeding them was soon blighted by the impending wheelbarrow run to collect all the remnants ...

    Exploring the Northern Shore

    A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Sep 05, 2010

    29 photos

    ... dot the shoreline leading the way to harbors or protecting jutting points. We also had the opportunity to wander along a red sand beach near Profitts Point. The red in the soil and sand is caused by the high iron content in the soil which oxidizes when it is exposed to air.
    We arrived at Green Gables around lunch time and spent some time walking around the grounds and through the house. The house was in the family of ...

    Entry 6: Salty Bear Tour

    A travel blog entry by ausgal21 on Aug 21, 2009

    ... t sure I would like them but they were really yum; bit messy, but yum. If you don’t know what it is, it’s basically a roasted marshmallow and some chocolate chips sandwiched between two graham crackers (sweet biscuit type things, I wouldn’t really call them crackers). We tried to get some games going, and ended up playing ‘I never’ on and off but mostly just chatting and drinking. It was hilarious when Brett was trying to put on an Australian ...

    P. E. I - home of "Anne of Green Gables"

    A travel blog entry by daslink on Jul 29, 2007

    24 photos

    ... day so it gave me an extra day to plan things. I headed up to Cavendish, where the popular author Maud Montgomery grew up and wrote the popular works "Anne of Green Gables" and "Anne of Avonlea. To be truthful none of this really interested me but there was a nice campsite in the area and only a short distance away from these famous attractions so I thought I would at least have a look while I was there. Once I had checked in (after ...