Mayfield Country Cottages

PO Box 175 , Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, C0A 1N0, Canada | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Cavendish

Spuds and Anne

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 12, 2014

4 comments, 34 photos

... I am waiting for it all to change.

Today we set off on the the "Green Gables Shore “Tour of the island. It is actually just the top half of the central part of the island. Wedidn’t find Anne but we sure saw lots of places people reckon that she has been. The scenery is made up of red sandstone cliffs, pinkish sandy beaches and rolling farm fields.

The first lighthouse was at Covehead Bay on the beach. There was an inlet here ...

Go East - D4

A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 03, 2014

1 photo

Sitting on a beach at Cavendish campground on the north shore of P.E.I. smoking a cigar and enjoying a nip of Ardbeg 10. ~310 miles today. Rode the Confederation Bridge onto the island. Charlottetown was cool. Reminds me of downtown Bloomington with water. Delicious lunch and more good beer. Craft beer local to the island is cheaper than the big name stuff. Ran some hard pack clay/gravel roads as necessary today. Not much other than the main roads is paved ...

We paid a visit to Anne!

A travel blog entry by craig.d.work on Jul 22, 2013

10 photos

... beautiful. We enjoyed taking some pictures, but wished we had hit the Cape at low tide, as there is the longest natural rock reef on the continent here. Unfortunately the tide was quite high, so we appreciated the reef from the shore. We also read a few plaques and took some pictures of the wind mills that were abundant around the lighthouse.

After the North Cape we decided to pay Miss Anne Shirley of Green Gables a visit. The Green Gables National ...

Cruising the coast of Nova Scotia

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on Sep 23, 2012

6 comments, 14 photos

... As the French became more prosperous, the British attacked the fortress and took control. All the French were deported to France. After another treaty the French took control again, until the British with 20 000 troops attacked again, deported the French and burnt the fortress to the ground in1762.... bloody British!!  The Canadian Government declared it a Heritage Site in 1928 and has now partly restored it( cost $30 mil. so far). 780 ...

All things Anne

A travel blog entry by kcfarley on Sep 17, 2012

5 photos

... following. In fact, the Japanese are especially crazy about Anne and the books are required reading in their schools. More than one Japanese tourist to PEI has gone into shock and many tears when they learned Anne was not a real person!

My wife is also a big Anne fan going back to her childhood. So we definitely had to set aside some time to experience the Cavendish area where LMM grew up and took inspiration for her ...