Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Heritage Harbour House Inn Charlottetown
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... every nook and cranny. We have travelled further north to Tadoussac the weather has slightly improved and a few more things appear to be opened although the season doesn't really begin until mid June! What do these Canadians do with themselves in this cold desolate place during the long winter months? On one of our day trips out we came across a young girl on her bicycle she was travelling quite a few hundred miles along the Cabot trail. She was completely laden down with ...
... of hostel, and the ones I would definitely go back to. Also because they're smaller you get more of a personal experience, like getting a ride in the owner's massive Canadian truck made for massive Canadian roads across the Island to collect his jeep from storage, and watching films you've never seen before because it's the owner's lounge too and he and the staff actually like being there. So although I didn't quite get my Anne fix, in the end I don't even care that ...
Leaving Walllingford and the Old Schoolhouse B&B, we travelled through more quaint villages and gently rolling hills, eastward towards London. In New Malden, south of London, we met my cousin Paul and family at a local pub. It was good to catch up and exchange news, before we headed back to the airport to drop off the rental car and take a room for the night. We flew out ...
... There is even a separate Anne of GG chocolate shop- the Scottish lady tending it was a lot more cheerful in her smock and apron even wearing a mop cap. PEI is clearly a small place as she remembered meeting Kathy many moons ago when my aunt took the tourist trail with her too. Naturally we then had to buy something and opted for chocolate covered crisps, supsrisingly nice, and some revolting sweets that tasted of deep heat.
... looked after place (run by Parks Canada, so included in our annual pass) with a couple of pleasant short walks, which according to Jenny feature in the books. The original farmhouse here has been restored and items placed in the rooms to match descriptions from the books. Anne is so popular on the island that it is hard to believe she is actually a fictional character!! Locals talk about her lovingly. We also visited the grave of L.M. Montgomery which is only a ...