A cozy vacation cottage is yours to rent on scenic Prince Edward Island, just steps away from an ocean beach.
Frolic in the sun, walk for miles along the white sandy beach, fish from the jetties, or just kick back on the big spacious decks.
When you've had enough sun and relaxation, visit PEI's world-renowned golf courses, go deep-sea fishing, or take advantage of a seal watching tour. The network of back roads and heritage trails is ideal for hiking, cycling, kayaking, and horseback riding.
For a sun splashed vacation, with something for the whole family, why not rent a cottage on Lakeside, Prince Edward Island this year.
Two Bedroom Cottage
Walking distance from the north shore beach and The Links at Crow Bush golf course, this two bedroom cottage has two double beds in one room and a double in the second. It sleeps three to six persons. Modern kitchen that includes a fridge, stove, and microwave for all your cooking needs. After a long day on the beach come home to enjoy a relaxing evening on the front deck where the only sound is of the ocean as it calms into the night.
The Links at Crowbush Cove, a Prince Edward Island signature world class golf course, is set in the dunes of Lakeside in north eastern Prince Edward Island. This area presents many possibilities for vacationers to experience nature first-hand and to enjoy high quality facilities and a wide variety of activities. Miles of sand dunes and quiet beaches border the clean water of the Gulf of St. Lawrence surrounding the Island's north shore. Visitors may enjoy a swim or frolic in the water, or take a pleasant walk along a secluded beach.
The abundance of farming and fishing communities, scenic back roads and heritage trails, natural areas, unspoiled beaches, and century-old lighthouses, create the perfect atmosphere for those seeking a natural experience. The region has many streams and rivers that provide opportunities for canoeing, fishing, and other water sports. Deep sea fishing excursions and seal watching tours are available at several locations along the coast. The network of back roads and heritage trails is ideal for hiking, cycling, kayaking, and horseback riding. Wildflowers contrast the verdant greens of the forests and fields, including the Lady's Slipper (our provincial flower) and the lupin in its many shades. Birds and small animals can be observed in their natural habitat.
A major attraction in downtown Charlottetown, the Confederation Centre of the Arts, features Maritime musical threatre and comedy, art exhibitions, music, dining, shopping, and free guided tours is only a short distance away.+ More