Imagine being in the centre of the action in Charlottetown's heritage district enjoying a house built in 1870 for the first harbourmaster of the Charlottetown Harbour.
Two blocks from the Charlottetown waterfront where Canada Day is celebrated and there are many cafes and shops.
Walking distance also to Victoria Row, a pedestrian mall with live music, restaurants, galleries and chess board picnic tables!
This licensed tourist home is in the heritage zone of Charlottetown, a Canadian cultural capital. The 'Fathers of Confederation' began the process of forming Canada in this neighbourhood. Explore our history on historic Great George St and Province House. Costumed interpreters re-enact conversations from that time.
There are boat, double decker bus and horse & buggy tours within the neighbourhood.
The house has spacious rooms and hardwood floors. Lots of comfortable furniture and spaces to relax. Fully equipped including barbecue supplies, beach towels and chairs and kid's supplies.
The house comes with one parking space, plus more parking on a one-way street and a private garden! We have been entertaining guests from around the world for 12 years and hope to add you to the list!