The Cabin

Your Summer Vacation Awaits!

30-year-old log cabin tucked off Bayshore Road in Stanhope, Prince Edward Island. This timeless log cabin sits on a mature treed lot hidden at the end of Parkview Lane, across from Stanhope Golf and Country Club.

The cabin features a full kitchen - oven, fridge, dishwasher and microwave for all your dining needs. There is a primary suite with a queen-sized bed that opens to a private back deck and a loft with two double beds. The cabin comfortably sleeps six individuals. There is one washroom with a stand-up shower. On the front of the cabin, there is a beautiful front veranda showered with sunlight during the day and perfect for grilling. The yard features lots of space for children to play and has a fire pit, perfect for your nightly campfire.

The cabin is a 1-minute drive to Stanhope Golf and Country Club, a 3-minute drive to Covehead Harbour and a 5-minute drive to Brackley Beach, National Park. It is 20 minutes from town (Charlottetown), an easy drive to pick up your essentials for the week!

The cabin is perfect for beachgoers, golfers, families and bike enthusiasts looking to enjoy the beautiful summer and fall months that the Island has to offer!

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Stanhope Golf Course

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Welcome To Stanhope Golf Club – A Premiere PEI Golf Course.

Located just down the lane way, Stanhope Golf & Country Club overlooks the cliffs of Covehead Bay, PEI - and is just minutes from north shore National Park beaches.

In the heart of the "Beaches" tourism area, this mature, well-maintained PEI golf course has been in play since 1970. Designed by Robbie Robinson, it has a definite "links" feel that offers all golfers a true test of skill while still providing genuine enjoyment.

This course is fun for the novice and experienced golf alike!

Brackley Beach

Pack up the car or travel here by foot! Soak up the sun and enjoy a day or week at the beach. Brackley Beach is a popular beach destination with majestic dunes, clear water and miles of pristine sand stretching from Rustico Harbour.

Brackley Beach has washroom and change room facilities and is accessible with mobility mats, designated parking and beach wheelchairs available.

*Ask us for a park pass to avoid paying a fee*

Brakley Drive-In

The Brackley Drive-In theatre is a place “where families can afford to have fun.” Come out and enjoy current first run Hollywood block busters. As your vehicle comes around the bend and pulls up to the toll booth, your family is transported back to a simpler time. Whether it's carefree family time, just the two of you or all your friends, you can relax and enjoy the show. Don't forget your favorite blanket and pillow, or lawn chair to sit outside. The Brackley Drive-In allows you to enjoy the stars under the stars.

It's more than a movie, it's a memory.

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Deep Sea Fishing

Campbell's Deep Sea Fishing is the first building as you enter Covehead Harbour on PEI's North Shore. Their boat goes out to sea three times per day from July 2 until late September. Marc and the crew will guide you to a deep sea fishing adventure like no other as you sail through the Gulf of St. Lawrence on your search to reel in your very own cod or mackerel. Enjoy the beautiful scenery the north shore of Prince Edward Island has to offer and watch as white sand beaches, sandstone cliffs, wetlands and barrier islands go by.

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Bike, Walk & Run

Gulf Shore Parkway

There is no better way to explore the stunning landscapes of PEI’s North Shore than by cycling the Gulf Shore Way. This seaside route is a recent upgrade to PEI National Park that offers a paved, two-way trail that twins the Gulf Shore Parkway, providing cyclists with a smooth surface and a mix of flat stretches and gentle rolling slopes. Wind your way past the iconic red sandstone cliffs of Cavendish, panoramic dunescapes in Brackley, the iconic Covehead lighthouse and six of PEI National Park’s breathtaking supervised beaches. With so much to see and do on route, you’ll love the trip as much as the destination!

Bubbling Springs & Farmlands

Bubbling Springs and Farmlands trails are interconnected loops, each with their own unique features. Bubbling Springs is mostly a wooded walk, but it passes by some “bubbling springs” that are active year round. The trail also has great views of a small lake that lies to the east of the trail. It’s an easy trail in the summer, suitable for walkers and cyclists.

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Robinson's Island

5 kilometers of multi-use trail located on a small island that was once home to a popular campground, this family-friendly trail has options for hikers and bikers of all levels. Designed as a “stacked loop,” explorers can choose a shorter or longer route depending on skill level or time constraints.

The trail has been designed with mountain bikers in mind and features 11 technical trail challenges located in spurs that break off of the main trail. An afternoon at the R.I.T.S. is an outdoor adventure meant to challenge beginner to intermediate mountain bikers, but those who dare not test their skills on the ramps and teeter totters need not shy away; just skip the branches and stick to the main trail for a beautifully scenic cycling adventure.

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Exceptional food is not hard to find on PEI. Below are three options less than 10 minutes from the cabin!

Richard’s Fresh Seafood is one of the Island’s longest-running fish shacks, serving customers for more than 40 years at Covehead Wharf.

Have a fish ‘n chips and beer on the deck. Grab a blanket and enjoy a lobster roll on the nearby beach. Or just take a stroll and admire the lighthouse, sandy dunes and colourful fishing boats.

Take-out is available!

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Dalvay By The Sea is a staple in hospitality on the island.

The MacMillan Dining Room is a full-service restaurant, offering their guests a relaxed fine dining experience at a Canadian National Heritage Site in a landmark Victorian home. They feature high-quality modern cuisine, with an emphasis on highlighting the island’s many fresh and local offerings.

Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner or an afternoon cocktail on the veranda Dalvay has you covered.

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Dine on fresh local seafood and produce that has been masterfully prepared into sumptuous entrees by Chef Norman Day.

A full menu is also offered in the lounge and on the patio overlooking the gardens. The Café is fully licensed and offers a wide selection of coffees and cocktails, fine wines and beers to suit any taste.

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