|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Two blocks from Charlottetown waterfront where Canada Day and special events like the Shellfish Festival are held. 2017 is an huge year in Canada marking the country's 150th anniversary. There will be special events across the province and the country to celebrate! Summer 2014 P.E.I. marked the 150th Anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference where the 'Fathers of Confederation' began the process of forming Canada. Explore our history within walking distance of the heritage Great George St and Province House. Also walking distance to venues for PEI Jazz and Blues Festival and Red Shores Harness Racing. 10 minutes from airport this licensed tourist home is in the heritage zone of Charlottetown, a 2011 Cultural Capital! Walking distance to waterfront, theatre, restaurants, galleries and shops. Beaches and golf are a 20 minute drive. Canada was born in this neighbourhood - actors give tours relating the history. Boat, bus, horse & buggy tours within the neighbourhood. You're also 3 blocks from a cobble-stone street with outdoor cafes, live music and boutiques.
The house, built in the 1860's, has spacious rooms with 8-10 foot ceilings and hardwood floors. Decorated with a mix of antiques and modern furniture and original, mostly Canadian, artwork. Fully equipped including beach and kid's supplies.
The house comes with one parking space, plus more parking on a one-way street and a private garden!
This is the perfect place to stay in Charlottetown. Great location, well stocked kitchen and lovely garden to relax and BBQ in the evenings. We highly recommend staying here and will definitely be back. Thank you so much for letting us stay in your beautiful home. Our children now want to move there! I think that sums up how great this place is. There are books galore and games. Our children didn't want to go anywhere and were quite happy just to relax and wander down the road for an ice-cream.
The house was cozy, clean and had all the comforts of home. The central downtown location was within walking distance of many attractions including shopping, restaurants, lobster boats, kayak rentals, theatre and outdoor entertainment. Perfect spot to enjoy all that Charlottetown has to offer and a quick drive to the beach!
A great location in the center of town. Great home with all the equipment you need to truly feel at home. karen is super in explaining the full advantages of living in the neighbour hood. PEI is a great part of Canada to visit .
My husband and I stayed at this historic property for two weeks in July. We drove from Virginia for a family wedding and it was perfect for our needs. The location could not have been more central to historic sites and restaurants. (We enjoyed Papa Joe's and went back several times but all were good!) We walked to the wharf every day and enjoyed the concerts and lobster rolls at the corner of Prince. Property was super clean and quiet. Mattresses were comfortable and the kitchen was well stocked. We especially liked the old hardwood floors and antique wooden trim and the big bright windows. Enjoyed the abundant channels on TV that kept us in touch with home even while on vacation. The owners were most gracious and we hope to return in the future!
We thoroughly enjoyed a lovely week in downtown Charlottetown. Home was clean and well stocked with all the essentials. Comfortable space for our entire extended family. Thankyou!
The property was exactly as described, very clean and with great amenities. It was a short walk to the town centre which had a wide selection of restaurants and bars. A great home and I would recommend it and certainly stay here again.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$187|
Guests pay a $400-$500 reservation fee for a week long rental.
Owners withhold $100 if there is a cancellation.
Remainder of fee & damage deposit due at check-in.
Damage deposit is refunded after guests have left and property is intact.
Harbour Master House is located in the heritage area of Charlottetown, the capital of PEI. This is where the Father's of Confederation decided to form Canada. It's 2 blocks from the waterfront, a stroll to the Provincial Legislature, National Art Gallery, Theatres, shops, antiques and galleries, restaurants, tours on land and water, live music and clubs. A lovely area to stroll.
You are a short drive to beaches, harness racing, the National Park with parabolic dunes, award winning golf courses, deep sea fishing, lobster dinners and Anne of Green Gables country. Guests appreciate that they are not far from anything yet can enjoy a well appointed home and garden in quiet privacy. The house is also a great base for enjoying Canada Day Celebrations, Art In The Open, the PEI Jazz and Blues Festival and the International Shellfish festival.