Shaw's Hotel and Cottages

Address: 99 Apple Tree Road, Brackley Beach, Prince Edward Island, C1E 0Z4, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 99 Apple Tree Road, Brackley Beach, is near The Dunes Studio Gallery & Cafe, North Cape Lighthouse, Brackley Beach, and Outside Expeditions.
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    Travel Blogs from Brackley Beach

    Prince Edward Island, home of Anne of Green Gables

    A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 13, 2013

    89 photos

    ... well signposted but they have come up with a network system that is not based on the fact that the roads run concurrently. The 6, which was our road home is a combination of junctions and other roads so a map reader is very handy! Jenny’s map reading style is a little unorthodox (involves a lot of turning the map so she is facing the same way as the map) but she gets us there (almost every time)!

    We were up and out the following morning after an ...

    Canada Originates - Charlottetown, PEI

    A travel blog entry by peggy_sheldon on Oct 10, 2012

    9 photos

    ... the town, we saw the shoreline of old homes, the down town and center square with a vibrant downtown shopping area and older buildings & churches of historical significance.


    The most famous reason Charlottetown is a main cruise line port is that the worldwide read book of Anne of Green Gables is based on the growing up experiences of the author, L. M. Montgomery on a dairy farm about 30 minutes away. Although Anne of Green Gables is fiction, its appeal about ...

    Continuing with the lobster fest

    A travel blog entry by shbell on Aug 02, 2012

    1 comment

    ... name Acadia was originally Arcadia which was named by an early explorer who thought it looked like the Arcadia region in Greece. Over the years, the R has dropped off. The big Scottish emigration took place in the mid 1700s after the Scottish forces in Scotland were wiped out by the British at the Battle of Culloden. The British imposed such severe penalties on them, even for wearing a kilt and outlawed the bagpipe so many left Scotland for New Scotland or ...

    I Hate Washing Dishes!

    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Aug 22, 2011

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... into the café, only to hear the sound of a microwave warming my cinnamon bun and taste the strange smoky taste in my green tea; my senses weren’t as happy when they left as they were when they entered.

    I stopped in at the local post office to see if an array of postcards from the village awaited my tourist’s arrival, but only found a bunch of formal applications that were of no use to me whatsoever, fortunately they did ...

    Dunes Studio

    A travel blog entry by banshee on Jul 11, 2011

    7 photos

    ... The back landscape is spectacular, an Asian inspired fountain with numerous Buddhist statues, furniture, mainly chairs, made out of tree trunks and salvaged wood carcasses. Cheryl Lee photographied all of them, 14 all together! At least two ponds with vegetation, more fountains, sculptures, flower gardens. The building itself has an intricate architectural design and longer to visit than it appears from the ...