Clarion Collection Cavendish Gateway Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Clarion Collection Cavendish Gateway Resort
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Clarion Collection Cavendish Gateway Resort Mayfield
Travel Blogs from Mayfield
... just right on a drizzly and cloudy day on the waterfront.
From there, we drove back to the coach to pick up Molly and then drove to the Bottle House near Cape Egmont. By the time we arrived, the sun came out so that we could get the full effect of the houses. Edouard Arsenault constructed three houses using more than 30,000 bottles for the walls and interior furnishings. All of the houses were constructed in the 1980’s. When the sun shines on the ...
... tried the potato vodka which had an unusual taste but was not really to my liking. We contiued on to the lighthouse at the most eastern point which proclaimed itself to be 'the end and the beginning of the world'. There are many lighthouses on the island, as you can imagine, and they are all painted red and white and most are historic. We visited one which was near the islands main shipping port at Souris and then had a gigantic icecream at a ...
... five wigwam-inspired structures which interpret and tell stories on a broad range of Mi'kmaq history (a must see!)
We met up with the Stetsons and Chandlers at Sim’s Corner to dine on their delicious mussels and frites and PEI lobster roll. Then, for dessert- because what’s a proper lunch without dessert? We headed to Cow’s Creamery at Peake’s Wharf. They have over 32 flavours including a chocolate cheesecake made from fine cocoa imported ...
... ever interested in visiting PEI make sure to bring your list of lighthouses to visit. They are:
Annandale Range Lights
Belle Creek Light
Big Tignish Light
Blockhouse Point Light
Brighton Beach Range Lights
Brush Point Range Lights
Brush Wharf Range Lights
Cape Bear Light
Cape Egmont Light
Cape Tryon Light
Cardigan River Light
Covehead Harbour Light
Douse Point Range Lights
East Point ...
Excitement builds up, very eager to the North West Coastal drive and ouldn't sleep last night so I got out for a smoke and observed a mom coon with two kiddos playing in the yard.
Pouring rain when I awoke by 7:30, bit discouraging, but I'm here to trail and witness, rain or shine; a first stop by Superstore to buy extra batteries, as I'm sure plenty of sights await me. The trail seems grueling, I'm on the road by 9am.