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Un monde inspirateur : excursion littéraire sur L.M. Montgomery

Le terrain de Fairways Cottages faisait autrefois partie des terres agricoles appartenant à la famille Macneill (proches parents de L.M. Montgomery), qui a fini par vendre la parcelle. Mais en 1997, un descendant de l’auteure a décidé de racheter la terre. Vous pouvez donc passer votre séjour et commencer votre excursion au lieu même où l’auteure a grandi et travaillé à son œuvre. Marchez sur ce vénérable sol et renseignez-vous sur son histoire familiale. En parlant de son roman le plus célèbre, Anne… la maison aux pignons verts, Mark Twain a dit qu’elle avait créé « l’enfant la plus attachante et la plus charmante depuis l’immortelle Alice. » Une bonne partie de ses romans, ouvrages généraux et photos se fondent sur Cavendish et son île bien-aimée. Laissez-vous inspirer!

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Adresse postale:

7420 Rte. 13
Cavendish Prince Edward Island   C0A 1N0
[email protected]
(902) 963-2843 (T)
(877) 963-2843 (T)

http://www.fairwayscottages.com

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Lieu: 7420, chemin Mayfield, route 13
Communauté: Cavendish
GPS N46° 29.196 W063° 22.548

Fairways Cottages

Fairways Cottages

En plein cœur de la région de villégiature de Cavendish. Tout près du lieu historique national Lucy Maud Montgomery et en face de Gren Gables. Parfait pour trois générations qui voyagent ensemble, pour des couples romantiques ou un groupe de golfeurs. Un sentier passe par les Fairways Cottages vous menant au réseau de sentiers et des plages. Attractions, restaurants, terrains de golf, plage, sentiers de marche et de randonnée et pêche hauturière tout près. Internet sans fil à haute vitesse, climatisation, piscines chauffées, quatre coins pour le jeu, volley-ball, basket-ball, soccer, fers à cheval, activités pour enfants en haute saison, barbecues, foyers, TV/DVD, bains tourbillons et foyers électriques.

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Five nights in a two bedroom executive cottage

Five nights in a two bedroom executive cottage

An executive cottage includes two bedrooms, a full kitchen with dishwasher, a four piece bathroom with an oversize jetted bathtub/shower, living room, deck with deck furniture and propane BBQ grill

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Itinéraires de visites autonomes de Cavendish et de l’Île

Itinéraires de visites autonomes de Cavendish et de l’Île

Itinéraires de visites autonomes de Cavendish et de l’Île

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Montgomery Park, statue, gardens & trail to resting place

Montgomery Park, statue, gardens & trail to resting place

Montgomery Park 7512 Route 13, Cavendish. Montgomery Park (formerly Cavendish Heritage Park) has been created to commemorate L.M. Montgomery, and to celebrate the Founding Families of Cavendish and the Avonlea Women’s Institute, and to serve as the recommended starting point of The Inspiring World of L.M. Montgomery Literary Tour. A Glimpse of Beauty Bronze Sculpture Conceptual Design by Grace Curtis Sculpture and Casting by Nathan Scott

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Haunted Wood trail

Haunted Wood trail

L.M. Montgomery wrote about a spruce grove, the Haunted Wood, in Anne of Green Gables. The Haunted Wood Trail today leads to Green Gables Heritage Place that includes Green Gables House and Lover’s Lane. In addition, Parks Canada has created a modern multi-media centre designed to interpret the site and aspects of Montgomery’s life and literary legacy.

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Lover's Lane & Green Gables Heritage Place

Lover's Lane & Green Gables Heritage Place

On August 1, 1909, Montgomery wrote in her journal: "I owe much to that dear lane. And in return I have given it love – and fame. I painted it in my book: and as a result the name of this little remote woodland lane is known all over the world". Many people mistakenly assume that Anne Shirley, the character, and L.M. Montgomery, the author, are exactly the same. The fictional and the real personalities are very different, as Montgomery’s journals prove. Yet in creating fiction, Montgomery did draw from her own experiences. She re-imagined for Anne of Green Gables some of the places she loved, including for example, this farm, then belonging to brother and sister, David and Margaret Macneill. The idea for the primary setting of her novel was, according to Montgomery, “not so much the house itself as the situation and scenery, and the truth of my description of it is attested by the fact that everybody has recognized it.” (L.M. Montgomery’s Journal, January 27, 1911)

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Laissez-passer à la résidence de Lucy Maud Montgomery à Cavendish

Laissez-passer à la résidence de Lucy Maud Montgomery à Cavendish

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Laissez-passer pour une voiture au Parc national

Laissez-passer pour une voiture au Parc national

Découvrez la beauté frappante de la côte nord de l’Île en explorant les sept plages supervisées et les plus de 50 km de sentiers pédestres et cyclables du Parc national de l’Î.-P.-É. Profitez des programmes éducatifs présentés tous les jours aux gens de tout âge et découvrez la culture insulaire au moyen d’histoires et de musique présentées autour des feux de camp en soirée. On y trouve également des ressources culturelles uniques telles que la maison Green Gables, nichée dans le lieu historique national du Cavendish de Lucy Maud Montgomery, et le site historique national de Dalvay-by-the-Sea.

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L.M. Montgomery Birthplace

L.M. Montgomery Birthplace

L.M. Montgomery was born in this house on November 30, 1874, the daughter of Hugh John Montgomery and Clara Macneill Montgomery. Not even two years later, Clara died of tuberculosis at the Macneill homestead in Cavendish. After her mother’s death, Montgomery continued to live with her maternal grandparents, Alexander and Lucy Macneill, where she was inspired to write the world-famous novel, Anne of Green Gables, and numerous other stories and poems. “And here, around a certain corner, is a certain small, yellowish-brown house, close to the road, that I always look at with a kind of fascination, for it is the house where my father and mother lived after their marriage, and where I was born and spent the first year of my life. The years have passed on and each succeeding one has left the little brown house something shabbier than before, but its enchantment has never faded in my eyes. I always look for it with the same eager interest when I turn the corner. (L.M. Montgomery’s Journal, December 31, 1898).

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Promenade en calèche près du Lac-aux-miroirs et visite du musée

Promenade en calèche près du Lac-aux-miroirs et visite du musée

Promenade en calèche près du Lac-aux-miroirs et visite du musée

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Bideford Parsonage Museum

Bideford Parsonage Museum

On July 28, 1894, after graduating from Prince of Wales College in Charlottetown at 19 years of age, L.M. Montgomery came as a stranger to teach at Bideford #6 School, where she boarded at the parsonage with the local Methodist minister, Mr. Estey and his family. The former site of the school is now a commemorative park which the community and visitors use for picnicking. Two years following her time in Bideford, after going on to study literature at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Montgomery returned to Western Prince Edward Island to teach at the Belmont School. “[Mr. Estey] is the Methodist minister and his family consists of himself, Mrs. E. and one little girl, Maud, a sweetly pretty little maid of seven, who is one of my pupils. The parsonage is a nice house with pretty grounds, about half a mile from the school.” (L.M. Montgomery’s Journal, July 30, 1894).

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