Located on the favored north shore of PEI, only 15 minutes from the airport and 20 minutes from Charlottetown. This waterfront, single story, 3 bedroom vacation home sits on 3/4 acre lot with glorious views across Brackley Bay to the sand dunes of the National Provincial Park. With easy access to the Bay, which is perfect for kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing or bird watching.
Relax and watch the wildlife, Bald Eagles and Osprey. Or enjoy a cool beverage in the 6 person Hot Tub and admire the view. You may catch a glimpse of the hummingbirds as they feed.
The house has 3 double bedrooms that sleep 6. Nearest sandy beach is only 2 minutes by car (complimentary Park permit provided) and 10 golf courses are within 5-30 mins drive.
Would make a memorable vacation for families and couples.
Golf: It is no small feat when Canada's smallest Province becomes Canada's #1 Golf Destination and PEI has earned the distinction twice in a row. Host destination for 'Big Break' for 2009 on the Golf Channel. Only the second location outside of the USA. For new and experienced golfers alike, Prince Edward Island offers a golfing experience not to be missed with more than 30 courses to fit every skill level - from scenic nine hole courses to those rated among the top 10 in Canada! A 10 minutes drive from Tigh-Na-Mara is Stanhope, a professionally maintained and mature 18 holes consisting of satisfying par 3s, long par 4s and par 5s where birdies are possible. Playing alongside the scenic Covehead Bay the ocean breezes can contribute to an interesting round. Check out the PEI golf map and you will find a further 10 courses within 10-20 minutes drive, close enough to have a round in the morning, pop home for lunch before moving on to another course in the afternoon.
Beaches: Prince Edward Island is blessed with 800 kms (500 miles) of the warmest beaches north of the Carolinas. Every one of the 90 sandy strips of heaven is unique. Some spill into the ocean with characteristic red sand. Others sparkle white and pink. On some beaches the sand is so fine that it makes a squeaking noise when you step on it, which is why Islanders often refer to it as 'singing sands'. The nearest beaches to Tigh-Na-Mara are Brackley Beach and Ross Lane (complimentary pass) - even in high season there is so much space you will have no trouble laying down your towel or putting up your beach chairs. Children will enjoy the clear waters, making sand castles or sand walls at the waters edge to hold back the waves, while the adults will enjoy walking for hours in bare feet, watching the birds and tracking the tides. Or everyone can simply enjoy the sheer pleasure of jumping waves. And at the end of the day, there is no finer place to watch the sunset or gaze up at the stars
Other Activities: Kayaking, canoeing, amusement park, water park, animal petting farm, drive in cinema, Horse racing, Casino