Attractions and links to keep you busy….

The Trailside Cafe Best way to experience music is within arms reach. The success of the Trailside Cafe’ & Inn was built on this factor. It is music for musicians. For those seeking the best in good music, whether it be emerging artists such as Dylan Guthro or Meaghan Blanchard, the industry leaders like Matt Mays and Catherine MacLellan, or the legends like Gordie Sampson or Dave Gunning, this is the venue to see them. Trailside strips away the layers of production and bright lights; it’s just you, the musicians and the warmth of good food and drink.

Island Trails This is a website detailing the Confederation Trail in PEI. From Mount Stewart, you can head either east or west along this glorious trail. Start out on bike or by foot and enjoy the spectacular views along the way

Golf Links Prince Edward IslandGolfers be prepared! PEI has many award winning golf courses for beginners and golfers who are looking for a challenge.

Prince Edward Island National Park of CanadaMagical park with miles of protected dunes. Foxes and Piping Plovers can be frequently spotted at this park scurrying about. From the “Dunes to Sea” cottage, the dunes on the horizon across the bay are part of the most eastern tip of the PEI National Park.

Mark Brennan Fine Art For art lovers. Mark Brennan, Canadian impressionist landscape artist from Nova Scotia. Beautiful Canadian scenes from all corners of the country.

Walk & Sea CharlottetownThe hip and funky historic birthplace of confederation.

St. Ann’s Lobster Suppers This is the place to get a “World Famous Lobster Supper”. Serving excellent 5 course lobster meals since 1964. Childrens menu available also.

The Victoria Playhouse Inc. The Victoria Playhouse Inc., located in the beautiful village of Victoria by the Sea, Prince Edward Island, was formed in 1981, when residents voted to encourage the production of live theatre in their community hall. It was recognized that the theatre contributed to the quality of life and the social and economic vitality of the community.

The Indian River Music FestivalBut it isn’t just traditional Celtic music that attracts tourists and locals throughout the summer. The Indian River Music Festival has been celebrating the best in classical music since 1996. With concerts in St. Mary’s Church, the festival attracts patrons from all over the world.
“We had season tickets to the Indian River Music Festival and had such a wonderful time.”, says Stephen from Nova Scotia. “We made many friends on the island and miss them and our time on the island.”