Cavendish Anne's Windy Poplars Cottages

Address: 7195 Mayfield Rd, Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, C0A 1N0, Canada | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 7195 Mayfield Rd, Cavendish, is near Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island National Park, Confederation Trail, and North Rustico Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Cavendish

    A day of history

    A travel blog entry by margaretwhalen on Aug 04, 2015

    26 photos

    ... are in storage for the duration, but a replica of "the" room has been created in the adjacent Confederation Centre of the Arts. An informative short film gave an overview of the characters involved and the events preceeding the agreement which lead to the formation of Canada. History buffs would no doubt be horrified at this summation, given the importance of the event.


    Prince Edward Island

    A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Jul 08, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... bike ride along the coast and enjoyed loads of fragrant wildflowers. Got a bagpipe and drum demo by a couple of 15 year olds, who were pretty darn good, and at the wharf we learned all we need to know to become lobster fisherpersons. Have also enjoyed some great end of day campfires with libations and lots of laughter, not to mention the group breaking into ...

    Recap of PEI

    A travel blog entry by redjoy on Sep 06, 2014


    We arrived in Charlottetown, PEI Day 13 (Sept 4) travelled around the province on the coastal route until (today) September 8. It is very beautiful and while people speak a lot about Scottish descendants, everything sounds more Irish. We visited a few lighthouses (and yes I climbed to the top) and I bought a CD of local music and it was absolutely heavenly to drive, looking at beautiful scenery and listen to the music -- it just fit.


    Beaches of PEI

    A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 27, 2014

    29 photos

    ... and we were back on the road within minutes. Eemmmmmm, kind of!

    Brackley beach was our next stop, situated in a national park, normally you would have to pay to gain access, but not when it’s all frozen. Again completely white as far as the eye could see, we went down the kind of wooden steps you see at the movies, to our ever so familiar white cold carpet. This time the distance to the flowing sea was farther and the stacks ...

    Cape Breton at Nova Scotia, & Prince Edward Island

    A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy on Oct 25, 2013

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Stopped for lunch of Lobster roll (nice, but very small for the price) and Seafood Chowder at a little restaurant in the mountains somewhere.
    Arrived at Antigonish, Nova Scotia, fairly late in the afternoon with no idea where we were going to stay. Stopped for groceries etc., and a very kind lady (Laurie) offered for us to follow her in her car to the local Whidden RV Park. ...