3 Bedroom, 2 Bath With Ocean and Beach View with Walking Access to Private Beach
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Property is exactly as listed. Beautiful home, and wonderful views, great beach!
Beautiful cottage and weather. Will always come back to Breakers
Tracy is always welcoming . We have been back twice to her cottage and have always enjoyed our time. The cottage is always clean and tidy when we arrive. It is our home away from home. Will continue coming back to Breakers Beach House
Thanks again Tracey
Perfect place for our family vacation
We are a family that has vacationed many times in PEI and we all agree that this was our favourite vacation rental. A white sandy beach that goes on and on - you can walk until your legs fall off! A beautiful bluff where you can sit and read and look out over the Northumberland Straight with a nice constant refreshing breeze. The cottage itself is situated on a large private property, lined with mature spruce trees and nice open spaces. We setup a croquet course and had nightly croquet matches. The cottage is open and filled with natural sunlight with good sized bedrooms. Simply fantastic and we recommend it without any hesitations. We rented it for 2 weeks and could have stayed for the rest of the summer.
It looked exactly like the profile shown in the VRBO ad.
From the moment we walked in the door of this property we felt right at home. It was immaculate, spacious and everything was first class. Plenty of matching towels and beach towels, lovely dishes and cutlery and lots of cooking hardware. Short walk to the beautiful white sandy beach. Would highly recommend this property to friends and family.
AB & BB Brooklin, Ont.
Our stay at this property was everything we hoped for. The home was comfortable, tastefully decorated, full of light, and had a wonderful view of the ocean. We sat on the porch every morning and watched birds soaring overhead. We do hope to return some day.
Thanks so much for visiting our beach house and being wonderful guests! Come again .
Dream Family Vacation
My family drove to PEI from Toronto and as soon as we arrived to the Breakers Beach House we knew it was worth the drive. This stunning property has some of the most beautiful views you'll find in PEI. The beach appears to be never-ending and even when we visited in the middle of summer we didn't see more then 10-15 other people on the entire beach.
The house has everything you could possibly need. The kitchen comes fully equipped and if you don't want to cook inside the BBQ works beautifully and sits on a massive wrap around deck. Just cooking and hearing the sound of the ocean is something that will always stay with me.
The three bedrooms are comfortable but the master is terrific. You can see the ocean from bed and since it's a king size there is more than enough room to stretch out. The large living room was also a nice surprise. There were five adults and we never felt crammed in, everyone had a spot to read or play a game if the rain came in. There was also plenty of television to watch but we tried to avoid it when possible.
Getting to the beach is simple, since you're perched up high on the cliff you have to go for a quick walk to a shared staircase. On the beach just below the house we had a campfire one evening. The water was crystal clear and shallow. You can leave the water shoes at home, the bottom is soft if you stick to the section of the beach below the house.
We loved our trip and Tracey was a great host and available if we needed anything. We would definitely come back if we find ourselves in PEI again. Just seeing that incredible sunset from the edge of the property would be worth it.
Thanks so much for sharing your feedback of your vacation experience at our home! I am so happy it was such a great stay.You were wonderful guests. Please visit us again
The Breakers Beach House is located less than one hundred feet from a beautiful, unspoiled beach that is very private. It's available for your use and will offer you the following:
-fronting on one of the finest beaches on PEI;
-incredible ocean views from most rooms inside the house;
-a spacious wraparound sun deck offering you views of the ocean;
-hear the ocean even on a calm night;
These are the reasons you should be here. At high tide enjoy your own private white sandy beach, The Cove, for swimming, relaxing in the sun, walking for miles, enjoying pristine sand dunes, wild fowl, or just beach combing on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
Tourism in PEI often focuses on beach, seafood, music and the Anne of Green Gables House which seems especially to appeal to visitors from Japan, for whom this is the third or fourth most popular destination in North America (after the Grand Canyon and Banff, Alberta and often ahead even of Niagara Falls).
PEI features many scenic fishing villages.
Malpeque Harbor is a bay located in Prince County. It is the source of not just the famous oysters but many postcards and posters of the picturesque fishing boats, colorful barn-shaped boat houses, and neatly stacked lobster traps. Arrive in late afternoon or early morning for the best light on the water.
St. Peter's Bay is bordered by the 900 acre Greenwich Dunes on one side, and is full of row upon row of buoys used for mussel farming.
High Bank is located in Kings County in Eastern PEI. The cliffs surrounding High Bank provide sweeping views along the Northumberland Straight of Nova Scotia and Pictou Island.
Cape Bear is formed from high cliffs that offer a good location for photography and viewing seals. During World War II, the lighthouse at Cape Bear was utilized to spot German U-Boats. Cape Bear was also the first land station in Canada to receive an SOS from the Titanic in 1912.
The Ghost Ship of the Northumberland Straight is a legendary ghost ship believed to sail the Northumberland Straight by nightfall engulfed in flames. Many ships ventured out on rescue missions to this burning ship. Reportedly, the ship always receded from view. Witnesses across the island will testify to sightings of this phantom ship.
Murray Harbour is a harbour located in Southern Kings County. In the 1700’s the harbour became an important Canadian port for the fishing trade. Today, Murray Harbour is still a fishing community. Local fishermen cast around the harbour for lobsters and scallops. Murray Harbour is home to local celebrity, Brad Richards, Canadian Professional Hockey Player of the New York Rangers.
The Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown hosts a variety of theatrical and musical acts throughout the year in addition to the long running Anne of Green Gables musical which plays every summer. The centre also houses a small art gallery and a public library.
The Victoria Playhouse in picturesque Victoria by the Sea presents up to 85 live theatre and performance events each season. The playbill includes a mix of established classics and new plays by young playwrights.
Prince Edward Island bike tours -The tour starts in Cape North and winds its way through Malpeque Bay, along the Bay of St. Lawrence, to the most easterly point of the island, passing through many lovely villages, including Cavendish, North Rustico, Brackley Beach,and Stanhope.
Basin Head is a popular beach which also has a bridge that you can go and have some fun jumping off of.
Victoria Park is in the heart of Charlottetown's west end. It contains within its boundaries many recreational and historic sites. The baseball fields, tennis courts, skateboard park and swimming pool should give you lots to do on a hot summer day or evening. The play ground is great for the kids. Two historically relevant sites should spark your interest, Fort Edward was an old British fort set up to protect Charlottetown harbour and on the east end of the park stands the majestic residence of the Lieutenant Governor of PEI, Fanningbank.
The Dunes Gallery & Cafe, RR#9 Brackley Beach, ? 902.672.2586, 11:30AM-10:00PM. Cafe and gallery that features a number of local artists, as well as furniture and some imported crafts. There are also water gardens on the grounds.
PEI Scenic Drives, Covers the Island, Anytime!. One of the best ways to experience Island life is to meander along the various back roads and highways, adding your own diversions here and there. Tourism PEI promotes three scenic drives - North Cape Coastal Drive, Blue Heron, and Points East Coastal Drive. All are unique and shed a glimpse of different aspects of Island life. Cycling is also a great way to see PEI and the areas covered by the Scenic Drives. A good first stop for cycling information and resources is Tourism PEI.
Experience PEI, 274 Salutation Cove Road. 8am-5pm Monday-Sunday. Providing exciting and unique experiential tourist activities.