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Brudenell Family Staycation

Family memories will be plentiful when you retreat to our tranquil setting within Brudenell River Provincial Park. With a wide variety of activities offered on-site, Rodd Brudenell River Resort offers an unparalleled resort destination that will leave the whole family smiling from ear to ear.

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Mailing Address:


Georgetown Royalty Prince Edward Island   C0A 1G0
[email protected]
(902) 652-2332 (T)
(800) 565-7633 (T)

Location:

Location: 86 Dewars Lane, Rte 3
Community: Georgetown Royalty
GPS N46° 12.054 W062° 35.13

Rodd Brudenell River Resort

Rodd Brudenell River Resort

Deluxe one- and two-bedroom cottages, plus various hotel guestrooms and suites. Featuring two 18-hole championship golf courses (Dundarave and Brudenell River). Rodd Spa Boutique, marina, sea kayaking, canoeing, horseback riding, complimentary wireless Internet, indoor/outdoor pools, whirlpool, sauna, fitness room, tennis courts, lawn bowling. Kids' programs. Two dining rooms. Conference facilities. Golf/adventure/romance packages (see website). Senior discounts. All major credit cards accepted. Located 35 minutes from Charlottetown, by car.

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$50 food and beverage voucher

$50 food and beverage voucher

$50 food and beverage voucher

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Kids Island treasure pack

Kids Island treasure pack

Kids Island treasure pack

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S’mores kit

S’mores kit

S’mores kit

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Island tour map

Island tour map

Island tour map

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Welcome gift: chocolate milk, wine and chocolate covered potato chips

Welcome gift: chocolate milk, wine and chocolate covered potato chips

Welcome gift: chocolate milk, wine and chocolate covered potato chips

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Voucher for a bike rental or horseback riding for the family

Voucher for a bike rental or horseback riding for the family

Voucher for a bike rental or horseback riding for the family

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Late check out of 1pm

Late check out of 1pm

Late check out of 1pm

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Points East Coastal Drive

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