Celebrate the story of "Anne of Green Gables". Visit the Island that inspired celebrated Canadian and Prince Edward Island author, Lucy Maud Montgomery and see PEI through the eyes of the author as she described it over 100 years ago in her beloved novel "Anne of Green Gables". You will find PEI's rich cultural heritage amongst its communities and, in particular, the beauty of Montgomery's beloved Island, where the rolling landscape meets the sea with refreshing white sand beaches, calming grass covered dunes and dramatic red sandstone cliffs. All theatre tickets are subject to availability. We recommend that guests book well in advance to secure desired dates. While the minimum stay for this package is three nights, all guests are welcome to add as many nights as they wish to their package
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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 beaches and Green Gables nearby. Central location. Luxurious inn decorated with art, antiques. Gallant House (c. 1880), recipient Heritage Place Award 2011; MacDonald House (c. 2001), complements Heritage House. Luxurious suites - kitchenettes, fireplaces, balconies, exercise/sauna/meeting rooms - ideal for special events. Five air-massage/two Victorian tubs, one shower. CD/stereo, cable TV, telephones. Gay friendly. Minimum two nights in high season. Interac, MC, V accepted.
Pass for two to Anne of Green Gables Museum, Silver Bush, Park Corner, followed by a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride for two with 'Matthew' through the flower gardens, and along the 'Lake of Shining Waters' to a private beach for a gourmet picnic lunch.
Passes to the Farmers' Bank of Rustico and Doucet House Museums
Great tickets to 'Anne of Green Gables' the Musical at the Charlottetown Festival - subject to availability June 29 - August 27 or 'Anne and Gilbert', the Musical at The Guild, Charlottetown - subject to availability May 31 - October 18.
Tour the setting for the novel written in 1908 by Lucy Maud Montgomery, “Anne of Green Gables”. Green Gables Heritage Place is famous around the world as the inspiration for the setting in Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic tale of fiction, Anne of Green Gables. Designated in 2004, Lucy Maud Montgomery's Cavendish National Historic Site includes the Site of Lucy Maud Montgomery's Cavendish Home and Green Gables Heritage Place.
The Campbell home, that L.M. Montgomery called the "wonder castle of my childhood", was built in 1872 by her Uncle John and Aunt Annie Campbell. The first Campbells settled here in 1776 and it is still in the Campbell family after over two hundred and thirty years. Here, L.M. Montgomery, author of the world famous novel Anne of Green Gables was inspired to write many novels and it is the setting for Anne's Lake of Shining Waters.
Marvel at the rugged, red sandstone cliff’s that run along the Islands’ North Shore. Build a seaside palace, sand sculpting programs take place at the beaches throughout the park. Cruise the Gulf Shore Parkway on a Coastal Cruiser. Rent one of these fun multi-person bikes and pedal your way through some of the prettiest scenery on PEI. Hike the trails, take in the panoramic views of the dunes and sing along with colourful characters at an evening campfire where you will hear stories of the past and present. Best of all, dive right in to the warmest waters north of the Carolinas. The supervised beaches are some of the most popular swimming areas of the island!
Fluffy bathrobes during your visit
With our rich cultural history and the beauty of the gentle rolling landscape that touches the warm salty waters of the sea, it is easy to fall in love in Rustico. Tour St. Augustine's Church, the oldest Catholic church on Prince Edward Island. Every day in Rustico is another memory in the making.
Hot breakfast each morning
Keepsake to remember your time in "Anne's Land"
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