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STAY AND SAVOUR 2 nights

You stay at Bachelor cottage and you’ll receive one Gift Card. Gift cards are accepted by over 50 food tourism businesses Island-wide such as your favourite restaurants, food markets, experiential culinary operators, farmers, fishers, and more. Fall is the best time to truly discover Canada’s Food Island. This promotion starts June 1-25 and September 7-30

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Mailing Address:


Hunter River RR1 Prince Edward Island   C0A 1N0
[email protected]
(902) 963-2729 (T)
(800) 297-2729 (T)
(902) 314-8266 (Off Season)

Location:

Location: 8925 Cavendish Rd, Rte 6
Community: Cavendish
GPS N46° 29.178 W063° 23.992
License Number: 2100946

Avonlea Bachelor Cottages

Avonlea Bachelor Cottages

Three-star bachelor cottages ideal for couples. Heated pool, no pets. Walk to major attractions. Within ten minutes of four championship golf courses. Golf packages. Cable TV, gas barbecue.

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2 night(s) Bachelor cottage

2 night(s) Bachelor cottage

This cottage is finished in pine and is ideal for the couple looking for a quiet get-a-way.A/C. BBQ

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$50 Canada’s Food Island Gift Card(s)

$50 Canada’s Food Island Gift Card(s)

Gift cards are accepted by over 50 food tourism businesses Island-wide

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Use of onsite hot tub

Use of onsite hot tub

There is a hot tub at the pool area that would be used for packages booked

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Complimentary Firewood

Complimentary Firewood

The package includes one bundle of complimentary firewood.

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Contact us for a customized quote

Contact us for a customized quote

Please call or email us should you wish to make changes to this package.

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$100 Canada’s Food Island Gift Card(s)

$100 Canada’s Food Island Gift Card(s)

Gift cards are accepted by over 50 food tourism businesses Island-wide

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Green Gables Shore

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