Winter Rentals

One Bedroom Apartments in Charlottetown, PEI available for monthly rentals.

Conveniently located in Charlottetown, close to the QEH, UPEI, AVC and downtown. Public transit links and the Confederation Trail for walking and cycling are very close by.

The Banbridge is situated on 5 acres of green space in the City.

The apartment is fully furnished and includes all utilities, Wifi, and cable TV. 

The furnishings include: Queen bed, full size fridge and oven, dining table with chairs, sofa, wingback chair, end tables, coffee table, bedside table, flatscreen TV, lamps, air conditioner.    

There are flexible and convenient rental options:

  1. Un-Equipped: Renter provides their own linens, dishes, small appliances, etc. Minimum 6 month rental.

2. Equipped: Move-in ready, thoughtfully equipped with; linens, cookware, tableware, small appliances (iron, coffee maker, kettle, toaster) etc.

Coin-operated laundry room on the property available for renters.

Parking is included in front of the unit. 

Snow removal is provided.

These rates are based on single occupancy. The property is strictly Non Smoking and No Pets.

References Required. Damage Deposit Required.

If you have any questions or if you’d like to arrange a viewing please let us know by submitting a detailed rental inquiry to stating your name, the dates of your desired check-in and length of stay.

Last Minute Availability!

The Banbridge Inn has last minute availability starting tonight, August 13th through Old Home Week

in a one bedroom self-catering apartment

If you’re interested in a booking a last minute vacation to Prince Edward Island this week please contact Meg at or by calling 1 800 355 2223 or 1 902 368 2223.

Every guest who books direct in August receives a welcome basket & a $25 gift card to our new “lobby” shop & gallery – croft

Happy Travels!

P.S. We always encourage booking ahead however we are flexible and happy to host spontaneous travel whenever we can. This last minute cancellation has provided us with an opening for just that sort of last-minute road running traveller!!

Stay, Get $100 – $500 !

Every Banbridge guest who books direct with us, for a stay of 3 nights or more from June 15 – July 31, will receive $100 – $500 of Canada’s Food Island gift cards upon check-in!

The longer you stay, the more gift cards you receive!

A maximum of five $100 Canada’s Food Island gift cards will be provided per consecutive stay.
• 1 night stay = Not eligible for gift cards
• 2-3 night stay = One $100 gift card
• 4-5 night stay = Two $100 gift cards
• 6-7 night stay = Three $100 gift cards
• 8-9 night stay = Four $100 gift cards
• 10+ night stay = Five $100 gift cards

The gift cards can be redeemed at local restaurants, farmers’ markets, and shops (including our lobby shop – croft) as well as activities, attractions and more!

Hurry and book your stay! This is a limited time offer, while quantities last.

Stays must occur between Tuesday, June 15th and Friday, July 31st, 2021.

This offer is valid for new reservations only (made after June 15th) or extensions of existing reservations, it is not valid on pre-existing reservations (sorry, it’s the program rules, not ours!).

This offer is only valid for direct reservations only made on or by phone at 1 800 355 2223.

For more info about this fun promotion please contact us 🙂

North Shore, Prince Edward Island
photo credit: Banbridge Inn

croft – a thoughtful shop

The Banbridge is delighted to announce our very own boutique shop croft located on site so guests can shop & stay!

Croft is designed and curated by Creative Director, Meg who Banbridge guests will recognize as our front desk and reservations manager (and our daughter). Meg’s background is in heritage which is a common thread through the shop.

c r o f t’s tagline is the Heritage of Here & Away and the shop specializes in just that – Fine traditional handcrafted items from Prince Edward Island and Atlantic Canada as well as global imports.

Much like how the Banbridge attracts guests who are seeking a unique, small accommodation and a self-catered, slow and sustainable travel experience c r o f t is for thoughtful shoppers who seek the one-of-a-kind, who enjoy shopping small and supporting independent artisans by purchasing meaningful and sustainable goods.

We look forward to welcoming you to the shop during your next stay and invite you, in the meantime, to browse our online shop!

c r o f t offer’s international shipping,

free local delivery & curb-side pickup.

To follow along, sign up for croft’s newsletter and on social media: instagram and facebook

P.S. Banbridge guests in 2020 will receive 15% off their purchase at c r o f t

For more information, email Meg at

Covid19 Guest Info

Dear Banbridge Guests,

The world is experiencing an unprecedented event with the COVID-19 global pandemic. The travel and tourism industries are devastated and how we travel has changed.

Like so many small, independent family-run businesses our future and livelihood is very uncertain. One thing remains the same – our dedication to providing an enjoyable, comfortable and relaxing place to stay. The health and safety of our guests is our top priority. We sincerely thank you for choosing to stay with us – it means the world to us.

Be at home at the Banbridge is our tagline and our genuine goal. A home away from home while traveling is all the more important during these times. We want to reassure all guests that the comfort and safety you feel when in your own home is what we provide for you when you stay at the Banbridge.

The Government of Prince Edward Island requires all businesses to have an operational plan. We have created our plan for the health and safety of our guests and staff using government and industry guidelines.

For more information please click here: Covid19 Guest Info

Travel may be different and require more planning, but it is still enjoyable and a much needed respite! We may all have to travel-slower – which isn’t a bad thing – it gives us more time to enjoy the simple things and “stop and smell the roses.”

While traveling is more complex, the Banbridge team have come up with creative ways to ensure your stay is convenient and care-free.

Here are some of the benefits of staying at the Banbridge:

  •  Packages: Don’t want to waste precious vacation time in line-ups at the grocery and liquor stores? Let us custom stock your fridge with very best of local produce, beverages and ready made meals. Please click here to read our “Packages” page for more fun!
  •  Marvelous Mid-Century Modern Architecture: The convenience of 1960s travel is something to covet! Park your vehicle directly in-front of the verandah in front of your apartment door. Single entrance, private, safe, easy. No lugging luggage through lobbies, hallways and elevators!
  • Self Check-In and Check-out. Quick, easy, streamlined. No front-desks but we’re still here if you need us. And we would love to meet and greet you in open-air while social distancing! We can provide virtual, over the phone, or heck – even snail mail concierge services and our amazing PEI travel tips.


Contact us if you have any questions or need assistance planning your stay – we are delighted to help. As always, we are here for our guests.


Banbridge Inn Packages

Searching high and low for the perfect PEI experiences? We’ve spent our whole lives seeking out all the goodness of this place we call home. From theater to yoga, spirits and food – let us share our favourites with you!

All packages are subject to availability and exclusive to guests who book direct. Call or e-mail Meg at 1 800 355 2223 or to reserve yours today!


Featuring the best of local produce:

YOGA in the CITY

Make your vacation a rejuvenating and restorative one. Receive 2 complimentary passes to Infrared Fitness in Charlottetown with your stay pending availability.

Plus 10% OFF at the Infrared Boutique {featuring Lululemon}.

A Very Vegan Vacation

Finding food on the road when you follow a specific diet/lifestyle can be challenging. But it can also be exciting when you discover delicious gems. Charlottetown is a small city but boasts some amazing options for vegans. Non-vegans listen-up too! If you’re looking for top-notch quality eats, i.e. the freshest, best, made from scratch, seasonal, organic, local produce look no further than Charlottetown’s vegan restaurants!

Let this be your handy guide to the tastiest vegan eats in the city! For more local vegan scoop be sure to follow @theveganlocal ‘s instagram and ask her all of your vegan travel questions.


Stir it Up at Founders FOOD HALL and Stir it up Grab ‘n’Go!

Owners Aurora and Kevin started up this bangin’ take-away cafe in 2018. It’s safe to say islanders have been in love ever since. Stir-it-Up is tucked away at the back of Back Alley Music (the coolest record store). It’s a takeaway cafe except in the summer when you can eat on picnic tables in the back yard. They’re inspired by the Caribbean, grow their own greens and the menu changes seasonally.  The house salad and dotty’s burger are staff favourites. Amazing grab n go salads and mooless macs (tastes like a big mac). They also serve an assortment of very yummy vegan baked goods and locally roasted receiver coffee and kombucha by heartbeet organics.

Hot Tips:

*The two locations have 2 separate instagram accounts follow each for current info, specials and foodie fan photos!

*The Founders Food Hall location has the main menu featuring hot food items like their amazing vegan burgers. The Grab ‘n’ go features picnic perfect foos – salads, soups, sammies and baked goods.

*Browse records while you wait at the Grab ‘n’ Go location!

* Be fast – the specials sell out quick!

Groceries, grab ‘n’ go, sundries:

For vegans (and people with other special diets) traveling can be challenging which is why many guests take advantage of the well-equipped kitchens in our Banbridge Apartments. Cooking on your vacation can save you money and is a fun way to try local fare. There are plenty of options for every diet that will have you feeling like you’re in foodie paradise.

The Rootcellar, PEI’S number one health store, a beloved island hotspot since the 70s. You’ll find a wide range of natural vegan snacks, beverages, and grocery items not to mention a wonderful selection of best-selling natural and vegan cosmetics, skincare, supplements, essential oils, etc.

Hot Tip: Stock up on cases of La Croix sparkling water, Califia Farms cold brew coffee snack bars and bags of cheezies for your beach cooler. Don’t forget to top up on natural sunscreen and mosquito spray (PEI summer necessities).

Riverview Country Market

Riverview Country market has fresh produce and an assortment of local and gourmet imports. They have a neat selection of vegan groceries and frozen vegan meals made in house. They usually have at least one vegan to-go option (sandwich, soup or salad). Check-out their instagram for current offerings.

Hot tip: Get a coffee while you shop by locally roasted Caledonian Coffee. They have dairy-free milk alternatives and you can get fun specialty coffees too like a spirulina london fog, golden mylk latte, raw cacoa hot choc or a bullet proof coffee!

Kettle Black Marché

The new sister to the popular Kettle Black Cafe has great baked goods and grab ‘n’ go options.  They serve up great specialty coffee too.

The Charlottetown Farmers’ Market

For the very best of PEI’s fertile red soil get your groceries at the Charlottetown Farmers Market. Local, organic produce at its finest. Get a bag of greens or organic PEI new potatoes…. better than any potato you’ve ever tasted!) and your supper is set. Find everything from a yummy lunch (a variety of world food vendors), sweets, bread, herbs, kombucha, preserves, coffee and fresh flowers.

Wednesdays and Saturdays 9am-2pm

Queen Street Market

Find some different vendors here that you won’t see at the Charlottetown Farmers Markets. From farm stands to Afghani cuisine and vegan doughnuts!

Sundays 11am-4pm

June 2019


June is one of our favourite months in Prince Edward Island.

To celebrate travel during this beautiful, peaceful month we are offering Banbridge guests amazing special rates for June!

Visit our home page and BOOK NOW to save up to $90/night on stays in our one bedroom Apartments in June. When booking simply enter the promotional code: JUNE

The longer you stay, the more you save! Select our “Short Break” or “Weekly” Specials for stays of 3 nights or more.

Why we love June in P.E.I.

  1. Peace & Solitude. There are not as many tourists around which makes it a great time to be one!
  2. Easy Adventuring. Less tourists mean less traffic and no traffic jams. P.E.I.’s roads are yours to explore.
  3. Budget-Friendly! We strongly recommend anyone traveling on a tight budget to travel during low season (June, late September and October). These months are just as beautiful but at a fraction of the price. There are still many businesses, awesome activities and exciting events that are open during low season and we are happy to help you plan your itinerary!
  4. Spontaneity. The perfect month to embrace the unknown (and the unpredictable June weather). Do you spot a seat sale? Or even better, do you live within driving distance of PEI? Now is the time to grab a great deal and take Northumberland Ferries from Nova Scotia or the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick to the island. Bring your bathing suit, a rain jacket AND a sweater – if you’re lucky you’ll get to experience true PEI – all different kinds of weather packed into one month!
  5. Abundance. Farmers’ Markets are  bursting with the best of delicious local food and the Spring lobster season is in full swing!
  6. The Colour Green. Rain or Shine – the island is at its most verdant in June. Island winters are often very harsh so Spring can be slow (or non-existent). June is when everything suddenly comes to life. This explosion of green has likened PEI to the Emerald Isle itself! Indeed there was more than one reason that the island was at one time going to be called New Ireland. The rush is on for us to recover from the winter; paint, polish, pull-out the BBQs, cut grass, landscape, and plant flowers at the Banbridge. As you explore PEI you’ll see islanders all doing the same. Being a largely agricultural province June brings with it an explosion of green, busy farmers and happy islanders.

Fall Harvest Hamper


In the spirit of Prince Edward Island’s Fall Flavours Festival we are offering Banbridge guests the opportunity to savour the very best of local, seasonal, organic produce.

The great thing about our Apartments is that they have a wonderfully well-equipped kitchen complete with everything you need to make meals. Not only is this a very cost-effective way of traveling but its also the perfect opportunity to indulge in island fare.

Cooking while traveling may not be for everyone but if you want to experience excellent local food in the privacy of your apartment at a fraction of the cost of dining out or if you simply enjoy the process of cooking a delicious meal with local ingredients,  this is the package for you! (For guests who’ve sworn to stay away from the stove while on vacation we have great recommendations for dining-out or take-in)!

Our Fall Harvest Hamper is available to any guests who book an apartment direct (on our website or over the phone). When booking select or mention Fall Harvest and the additional cost of the hamper ($15) will be added to your reservation. Upon arrival you will find a beautiful hamper of scrumptious island produce in your apartment refrigerator.


Getting Around the Island


Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province. You won’t find any freeways here. The Trans Canada Highway will get you where you need to go but the island’s coast is traced with stunning coastal routes and criss-crossed with secondary roads through pastoral landscapes. The heritage road pictured above is the Peters Road and is located about 15 minutes from the Banbridge. Roads like these are one of the many joys of island living.

Depending on your interests, we can suggest wonderful day-trips, beautiful scenic drives, and short-cuts! The Banbridge is centrally located in Charlottetown, the capital city. Charlottetown is located in the middle of the island: 1 1/2 hrs from the most Easterly point and 2hrs from the most Westerly point. This makes Charlottetown an ideal base for exploring every part of the island. If you’re ever unsure what road to take, please ask us, we are very happy to share our local knowledge with our guests.


We highly recommend renting a car to explore Prince Edward Island. If that is not an option, there are alternative methods of transportation (see below).


GPS often does not work well in P.E.I. So pick up an Island Road map and a City of Charlottetown map as soon as you can. You can have them mailed to your home address by contacting Tourism PEI. Or can pick them up at a Visitors Information Centre and our front desk.

IMPORTANT: Book your car rental well in advance (they are very limited during peak season) and be sure to book direct with the car rental company (avoid online travel agencies).


Public transit exists, but it is very limited in its routes. There is no public transit after 6:00PM or on weekends. Click here for Bus Schedules. TIP: Conveniently, there is a bus stop at the Banbridge driveway (105 Capital Drive).


Taxis are easily accessible and affordable within the city. A taxi from The Banbridge to the waterfront area of the city will cost about $10, one way. Taxis can also be hired for drop off and pick-ups in rural areas. Try Co-Op Taxis at 1(902)628-8200. Prince Edward Island does not have Uber or Lyft (yet). Please note: Taking a taxi from the airport is more expensive and will incur a flat-rate fee of about $20+


If you’re without a car and want to experience rural P.E.I. and our famous beaches there are many tour companies to choose from. You can day-trip with larger bus tours, shuttles and smaller custom tour companies.


We have a long way to go to make our roads cycle-friendly. There are some designated bike lanes within the city and in some National Parks (Brackley Beach – Dalvay). We are lucky to have the Confederation Trail – a great network of trails across the island. You can pick up the trail nearby at the Charlottetown Mall. Mountain biking trails can be found at Bonshaw Provincial Park and Robinson’s Island in the National Park (both are located about 15 minutes from the Banbridge). There are several companies that rent bicycles.