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Stay and Savour - 4 nights

While staying at Centennial Cottages, make sure you take the opportunity to enjoy the Island's beautiful beaches located on both the North and South Shores. On the North Shore you will find beautiful beaches with fine tan coloured sand and on the South Shore you can visit our iconic red sand beaches. In addition to our beaches on Prince Edward Island, while staying at our cottages, you can take advantage of many attractions including golf, lobster suppers, fine dining, drive-in theater, live theater, historical attractions, fishing, and an Art Gallery.


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Mailing Address:

Charlottetown RR9 Prince Edward Island   C1E 1Z3
[email protected]
(902) 672-2038 (T)
(902) 200-1794 (Off Season)


Location: 2996 Brackley Point Rd
Community: Brackley Beach
GPS N46° 23.136 W063° 11.076

Centennial Cottages

Centennial Cottages

Vacation at our cottages, centrally located, minutes from Charlottetown, 20 minutes from Cavendish and three minutes to the beach. Nearby attractions include: art galleries, deep-sea fishing, family restaurants, fine dining, lobster suppers, drive-in theatre, golf, ceilidhs and horseback riding. Cottages have full bath, fridge, stove, microwave oven, coffee machine, colour/cable TV and DVD players. Every cottage has a queen bed in one bedroom and either twin or a queen in the second bedroom. All include a sofa bed. They have large decks with propane barbecues, picnic tables and firepits. Facilities include: Wi-Fi, National Park pass, laundry facilities, heated pool, hot tub, large safe playground and free movies. Air conditioning available free of charge. Pets are charged a nightly fee of $15/night. See specials at


$50 Canada's Food Island Gift Card(s)

$50 Canada's Food Island Gift Card(s)

$50 Canada's Food Island Gift Card(s)

Green Gables Shore

The Chief Public Health Office in consultation with the Provincial and Federal Government will determine when it's safe for other provinces to come visit the Island.

Effective July 3rd, travel restrictions between the Atlantic Provinces have been lifted. Residents coming from Atlantic Canada are required to complete a self-declaration travel form, here.

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