Prince Edward Island is a special place. It's a picturesque island paradise of emerald green fields, pristine sandy beaches and majestic red cliffs towering above the crystal blue waters of the Atlantic. It's a safe and welcoming destination for LGBT travellers looking for a place with vibrant culture, amazing cuisine and a relaxing lifestyle. We celebrate Pride Week in July but invite you to visit us anytime you're looking to unwind from your busy life. We'll show you how to harvest your own succulent seafood dinner from the sea or allow yourself to be pampered by our world-class chefs while staying at a quaint inn or boutique hotel. We also have cycling, kayaking, hiking and golf. And we're a fabulous place to get married or come on a honeymoon.
PEI has nearly as many unique things to do as there are grains of sand on our beaches.
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Members of the Prince Edward Island Gay Tourism Association are proud to welcome you to the place we call home. Many of us were born here while others have chosen to live here but we all agree it is one of the friendliest and welcoming places you could ever visit. Our members are committed to ensuring you have a wonderful experience while on the Island.
Whether you decide to roam our colourful countryside, stroll along the many miles of beaches, golf at a top-rated course, participate in a kitchen ceilidh, browse through our many craft shops, enjoy our Authentic PEI Experiences, or simply laze in a hammock - you get to choose.
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The Prince Edward Island Gay Tourism Association is proud to welcome you to the place we call home.
Members are committed to ensuring you have a wonderful experience while on the Island.
Lobster on The Wharf
"Charlottetown's premier seafood restaurant", Lobster on the Wharf has earned this honorable title since its opening in 1986. Enjoy the freshest of Island seafood (steak, chicken, pasta, or a children's menu) as you watc ... more
The Cranford Inn is a 4.5 star bed and breakfast with beautifully appointed rooms, exceptional personalized, bilingual service and incredible breakfasts! We are rated the #1 bed and breakfast in Charlottetown by TripAdvi ... more
Licensed, casual dining. Featuring fresh seafood, vegetarian and meat choices. ... more
Duchess of Kent Inn
1875 designated restored Heritage home with unique 3-storey "turret" corner. Antiques. Victorian charm. Same owner/innkeeper (Sharyn) for 30+ years. In historic downtown Charlottetown. Confederation Centre, theatre, Prov ... more
The Harbour House
In quiet residential area, two blocks from city centre, easy walking distance to downtown attractions, theatre, restaurants, shops, Victoria Park and waterfront. Free private parking. Bicycle storage. Laundry facilities ... more
Gorgeous, peaceful setting on the water, yet central to everything. ... more
Graham Inn (The)
A warm welcoming, casual elegance and great amenities are what you will experience during your stay at our intimate 6-room breakfast inn. Unwind in our new indoor saltwater pool; enjoy spacious private indoor and outdoor ... more
Elegant home of one of the most prominent gentlemen in Charlottetown in the 1870s, Alexander Brown, a banker, married to the daughter of Hon. George Coles, Father of Confederation and Premier of PEI. Designed to be large ... more
Dundee Arms an eden property
Be enamoured by the charm of this refurbished Queen Anne Revival mansion and modern annex rooms. Details of comfort and care ensure a most delightful stay. Guest robes, complimentary wireless internet, expanded cable tel ... more
Barachois (Bar-a-shwa) Inn is nestled in a historic Acadian settlement (c. 1763), with rolling landscape touching the sea. Farmers' Bank of Rustico, National Historic Site, PEI National Park, Cavendish's white sand beach ... more
Hotel on Pownal (The)
The Hotel on Pownal Urban Comfort and Conference Centre is a recently renovated 45-room hotel in downtown Charlottetown. Conveniently located within a short walk to shops, theatre, dining and the waterfront. Ideal settin ... more
Great George (The)
Designed around the senses, Charlottetown's Historic Boutique Hotel is a unique cluster of 15 award winning heritage buildings showcased by rich accents and detailed interiors. Located in the heart of downtown, central t ... more
Award winning B&B. AAA/CAA three diamond, TripAdvisor Excellence Award. ... more
Experience PEI provides visitors with the opportunity to participate in hands-on experiences by interacting with interesting, knowledgeable Islanders. If you love seafood, come with us as we take you clam digging or oyst ... more
Gallery 18 offers an impressive selection of fine art, original antique maps and prints, old and collectible books, vintage posters, ephemera, small decorative items and furniture. The gallery is wheelchair-accessible. ... more
Welcome to Sundance Cottages. Located 800 m east of Cavendish intersection, we offer a safe and peaceful setting on nine acres of grounds with ocean views and vegetable gardens for your own picking. You can choose among ... more
Rossignol Estate Winery
The Rossignol Estate Winery offers a remarkable variety of premium quality table wines, fruit wines and liqueurs. Visit our farm winery, vineyard and art gallery, where you can enjoy the panoramic view of Northumberland ... more
Come listen to the quiet at this multi award-winning Inn. Elegant, warm antique filled rooms with romantic French country charm. This 1914 farmhouse has been lovingly restored, featured on HGTV, in Harrowsmith Country Li ... more
Around The Sea
Featured in The National Post, CBC and CTV - Around The Sea rotating house, rental suites and tours (ATS) is the world’s first rotating house with luxury condo rental suites, located in North Rustico on Green Gable ... more
Province House National Historic Site
The birthplace of Confederation and the seat of PEI's provincial legislature since 1847, Province House National Historic Site is Charlottetown's most significant cultural landmark. Walk in the footsteps of the Fathers o ... more
Green Gables Heritage Place
Walk in the footsteps of one of Canada's most celebrated authors and immerse yourself in the landscape that inspired the setting of Anne of Green Gables. Part of L.M. Montgomery's Cavendish National Historic Site, Green ... more
Prince Edward Island National Park
Discover the stunning beauty of the Island's North Shore as you relax, swim and play on the seven supervised beaches in PEI National Park, including Cavendish, Brackley, Stanhope and Greenwich. Explore kilometres of scen ... more
Port-la-Joye - Fort Amherst National Historic Site
See what compelled Louis Denys de La Ronde to write in 1721, "...Port-la-Joye, one of the most beautiful harbours that the eye can behold." Walk the Old Harbour Path and discover the rich history of settlement, ... more
Dunes Café & Studio Gallery (The)
Chef Norman Day and his team offer inspired cuisine in dining room, lounge and deck. Featuring fresh local produce and seafood, Island beef and homemade desserts, beautifully presented on the Dunes handmade pottery. Enjo ... more
Dunes Studio Gallery and Café (The)
Architecturally striking complex overlooks beautiful water gardens. Canadian crafts by 50 contributing artists. Watch Peter and Joel produce exquisite pottery. Art Gallery features paintings, prints by local artists. A ... more