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Sun, Aug 20 2017

Summerside and Area Bed & Breakfast, Inn, Lodge and Cottage Directory

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Landmark: Summerside City Hall

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Summerside, known as the Garden of the Gulf is a major tourist destination in eastern Canada and is a leading commercial centre in Prince Edward Island. Located a quick drive away from Confederation Bridge, Summerside acts as the gateway to the West Island.

A visit to the Green Park shipbuilding Museum in Port Hill give a great sense of PEI's history. The "Ship to Shore" area boasts 4 provincial parks and miles of coastline.

In Summerside, there's always something fun to do for everyone in the family. Whether you're strolling through the charming, historic neighborhoods, catching a show at the beautiful Wyatt Center, or enjoying any number of year-round sports and recreation events, you'll enjoy your stay. Summerside is also the location of Canada's only Bag-Piping school.

Spend the day shopping, or take in exciting family entertainment at the Harbourfront Jubilee Theatre. Explore the heritage on the walking tours, murals and heritage homes. All can be experienced at one of Summerside's many festivals and events. A major hub of PEI's B&Bs, Summerside is the right destination for any traveler. Many of the properties listed below are members of:

Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island



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Summerside City Hall




Harbour view




Summerside lighthouse




Young pipers




Green Park Shipbuilding Museum