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,Continue reading “A Very Vegan Vacation”
Slow Travel in Prince Edward Island
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 veryContinue reading “Fall Harvest Hamper”
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 locatedContinue reading “Getting Around the Island”
By the Banbridge: Short Road Trips Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site is a 20-25 minute drive from the Banbridge. This National Park is rich in Mi’Kmaq, early French, British, colonial and military history of the island we now know as Prince Edward Island. Enjoy great scenic views of Charlottetown from across the harbour, walk theContinue reading “By the Banbridge: Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site”
G’day! It’s PEI History Guy here. Some might also know me as caretaker (and resident historian at the Banbridge Inn). I am blogging today for the Banbridge Inn to highlight the historic Point Prim Lighthouse, one of our #banbridgebest and a true gem of island history. This beauty of a beacon was the province’s 1stContinue reading “Point Prim Lighthouse”
National Parks In Celebration of Canada’s 150th “Birthday” all entry fees to Canada’s National Parks are waived. Check out Historic sites (like Green Gables in Cavendish) and Beautiful beaches (like Greenwich) across Prince Edward Island for Free in 2017. Tall Ships June 30th to July 2nd, Charlottetown Harbour As part of the Canada Day celebrationsContinue reading “Celebrating Canada Day in P.E.I.”
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