|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
This wonderful little 100 plus year old house is aptly named, Esher. Located on Esher Street, it mimics the work of the artist in its fanciful reconstruction. Originally the house was located several blocks away. It was dismantled in the early 1900s and moved, load after load, in a handcart by a small boy and an 80 year old gentleman to its current location, and reassembled, piece by piece.
The house is tiny but extremely cozy and comfortable. There are two queen sized beds, and one double, as well as a pull out trundle in the living room that makes into a very comfortable queen size bed.
We are Phil and Nancy, We are co founders of the Institute for Bio regional Studies, and are active in promoting social inter prize through Corporate Social Responsibility planning. Avid organic gardeners, landscapers, and developers of aquaponics technology for year-round food production. Nancy is also journalist. We arrived here in the 1970s from the United States to build a United Nation project called the Ark at Spry Point
Nancy Willis purchased this house in 2007
It was great! There was everything we needed for four of us to use as a home base while we explored the island. I would stay here again.
House was very quaint and perfect for our trip to Charlottetown for a friend's wedding - property was clean and all linens and towels were provided.
Location was great - 5mins from airport and 20min walk into town.
Great backyard to hangout in after a tough day sightseeing.
Situated on residential street, safe, 10 minute walk to everything.
|cleaning fee||$75 + Tax|
|Refundable damage deposit||$75|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.