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Island Will - Waterfront Cottage - Cavendish

Island Will cottage, (built 2020) offers guests a private, waterfront property, just minutes away from Cavendish and nearby golf courses. This cottage features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open concept dining/living area, a fully stocked kitchen, a wrap around deck, and stairs right down to the shore. PEI Tourism License#210284 This cottage is complete with A/C, washer & dryer, satellite tv, wifi, bed linens, towels, beach towels, beach chairs, beach toys, propane BBQ, and a bonfire pit.

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Cavendish Field of Dreams Cottage

Create memories and relax at Cavendish Field of Dreams Cottage. This private, spacious cottage is situated in the heart of Cavendish and nestled on the crest of the hill overlooking the National Historic Site of L.M Montgomery's Cavendish home and Montgomery Park. Within walking distance to Green Gables House, Cavendish Beach/ P.E.I National Park, Tim Hortons and bike rentals. Just minutes away from amusement parks, restaurants, shops and golf courses. Licensed and Quality Tourism rated 3.5 *

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Sundance Cottages--Two-bedroom Executive Cottage

Two bedroom, fully equipped cottage, with plenty of room to comfortably accommodate your family. Dishwasher, picnic table and bbq (we provide propane), are just a few things that will make your stay more relaxed. An outdoor heated pool, playground, fire pit, water view, dvd library, numerous area attractions and golf are all here at Sundance Cottages and beautiful PEI.

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Seasons in the Sun RV Rental
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Green Village Cottages
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One-Bedroom Cottage B1
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MacKenzie Cottage
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The Cottonwood
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Open-Concept Efficiency Cottage A2
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The Salty Fox: Ocean View & Modern: Just Breathe!
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One-Bedroom King Apartment (CBMF)
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Superior Two-Bedroom Cottage D1
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Your guide to Cavendish

Welcome to Cavendish

This small Prince Edward Island community became famous as the hometown of author Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942), who created one of Canada’s most beloved fictional characters, the spirited, red-haired Anne of Green Gables. Cavendish and the surrounding towns have no shortage of places to dive deep into the Anne mythology and the author’s own history, from Montgomery’s Cavendish Home and Green Gables Heritage Place, in Cavendish, to the Anne of Green Gables Museum in Park Corner, 20 minutes’ drive to the northwest. But Cavendish and the surrounding areas aren’t only about this fictional heroine. Prince Edward Island has more than 90 beaches to explore, cycling routes to ride, and plenty of small towns where you can wander. PEI’s provincial capital, Charlottetown, with its historic old town and pretty waterfront, is only a 40-minute drive from Cavendish, too. And wherever you go on the island, meals center on lobster, mussels, oysters, and the bounty of the surrounding sea.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cavendish?

For lobster lovers, PEI has two seasons — May through June, and August to October — when the catch is freshest and most bountiful. For everyone else, PEI’s busy season for cottage rentals is the summer, from late June to Labour Day in early September, when the sun shines on its sandy beaches. If you enjoy cycling or exploring the outdoors beyond the beach, fall is another excellent time to visit, with its vibrant foliage and cooler temperatures, as well as several food festivals. The island is much quieter during the often snowy winters. Many of its tourist attractions close between November and April, though locals stay busy with music, food, and other indoor entertainment.


What are the top things to do in Cavendish?

Prince Edward Island National Park

With broad beaches, red cliffs, and sandy dunes along several sections of the island’s north coast, Prince Edward Island National Park is a popular sun and surf destination. The park has a number of hiking and cycling routes, and birders might spot great blue heron, belted kingfisher, and other species. The main sector of the park is just outside Cavendish.

Confederation Trail

You can cross Prince Edward Island by bike or on foot along the 449-kilometre (278-mile) Confederation Trail, a gentle former rail route that traverses the island from tip to tip. While the trail doesn’t come directly into Cavendish, you can follow branch trails from town to reach the main route.

Canadian Potato Museum

PEI is Canada’s major potato-producing region, so of course, the island has a quirky museum where you can learn about farming and harvesting the spud. You can eat some, too, at the museum’s PEI Potato Country Kitchen, which serves baked potatoes, French fried potatoes, poutine, potato-crust pizza, and even potato fudge. The Canadian Potato Museum is in the town of O’Leary, an hour and 15 minutes west of Cavendish.

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