Family Bungalow in Morell, PEI

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Family Bungalow in Morell, PEI

Sightseeing

Plan a day to go to the Greenwich Park and walk the Dunes trail. There is a unique floating boardwalk that will take you over the pond and over the dunes to the ocean. You can bike part of the way, and is not something to be missed!!
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Greenwich National Park
59 Wild Rose Rd
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Plan a day to go to the Greenwich Park and walk the Dunes trail. There is a unique floating boardwalk that will take you over the pond and over the dunes to the ocean. You can bike part of the way, and is not something to be missed!!
Check out the shops in St Peters Bay and grab an ice cream as you explore the foot bridge over the river and the park across overlooking the Bay
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Saint Peters Bay
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Check out the shops in St Peters Bay and grab an ice cream as you explore the foot bridge over the river and the park across overlooking the Bay
Trails to walk and enjoy the scenery
Mooneys Pond
Trails to walk and enjoy the scenery
Great place for a picnic, kids playground
Morell Waterfront Park
Great place for a picnic, kids playground
Scenic white-sand beach offering food, a childrens' play area, showers & a fishery museum.
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Basin Head Provincial Park
318 Basin Head Rd
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Scenic white-sand beach offering food, a childrens' play area, showers & a fishery museum.
Fully restored lighthouse in the St Peters Harbour, great views, sandy beaches
St Peters Lighthouse
302 Lighthouse Road
Fully restored lighthouse in the St Peters Harbour, great views, sandy beaches
Beautiful long beach, fishing harbour where you can see the boats come in and out and maybe even get some fresh fish for your supper. Shipwreck Point lighthouse and cafe are also here, along with an ice cream bar and public washrooms
Naufrage Beach
Beautiful long beach, fishing harbour where you can see the boats come in and out and maybe even get some fresh fish for your supper. Shipwreck Point lighthouse and cafe are also here, along with an ice cream bar and public washrooms

Recreation

Top rated golf course in PEI
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Links At Crowbush Cove
710 Lakeside Rd
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Top rated golf course in PEI
Rent bicycles and ride the Confederation Trail and explore the beauty of St Peter's Bay!
Confederation Trail Bike Rental Adventures
15465 Northside Rd
Rent bicycles and ride the Confederation Trail and explore the beauty of St Peter's Bay!
There are 2 public pools here for a quick dip to cool off, canteen, ice cream, and play areas. The park also offers two laundry facilities with full size washers and dryers. You can also access the Confederation Trail from the campground
St Peters Campground
5930 Saint Peters Road
There are 2 public pools here for a quick dip to cool off, canteen, ice cream, and play areas. The park also offers two laundry facilities with full size washers and dryers. You can also access the Confederation Trail from the campground
Rent kayaks, paddle boards and canoes for a day on the waters of the Morell River or St Peter's Bay
Bayside Recreation
5817 Saint Peters Road
Rent kayaks, paddle boards and canoes for a day on the waters of the Morell River or St Peter's Bay
Live theatre, events, shows and an Escape Room!
St. Peter's Courthouse Theatre
Live theatre, events, shows and an Escape Room!

Food scene

Local grocery store
Co-op - Morell
7690 St Peters Rd
Local grocery store
Convenience store Gas bar Alcohol and beer Propane Bank machine
Needs Convenience Morrell
Convenience store Gas bar Alcohol and beer Propane Bank machine
Full serve family restaurant
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Holy Cow
95 Altons Dr
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Full serve family restaurant
ICE CREAM!!!! Need we say more?!?!
DJ's Dairy Bar
5599 Saint Peters Road
ICE CREAM!!!! Need we say more?!?!
Excellent take out on your way to Greenwich Park or for on your way home!
Lin's Take Out
959 Greenwich Rd
Excellent take out on your way to Greenwich Park or for on your way home!
Delicious take out right in St Peter's Bay
Fryers Hut
5671 Saint Peters Road
Delicious take out right in St Peter's Bay
Great artisan coffee and food
Black & White Cafe and Bakery
5549 Saint Peters Road
Great artisan coffee and food
The best fish you'll have when you're here - go and see for yourself....and our kids recommend the chowder :)
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Rick's Fish & Chips
5544 Route 2 St Peter's Bay
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The best fish you'll have when you're here - go and see for yourself....and our kids recommend the chowder :)
Dining Room : Savour seasonal gourmet cuisine in our 55 seat restaurant where our Chefs use the abundant natural resources of the Island along with produce from our own gardens. At the Inn you dine a la carte selecting your dinner from our ever changing menu. Gourmet Magazine (we are in their cookbook!), Chatelaine and Enroute Magazine have all featured the Inn's dining room and put it on their must visit list. Staying with us? Dinner packages are available for our room guests (see our dining page for more information). Inn: If you decide to join us for dinner, wonderful! If not, the Inn is still yours to enjoy. Watch the sunset from the screened in verandah off the Inn's Great Room (perfect for those times that the skies are watering our flowers), order a drink at the bar or select a book and lose yourself in the serenity of the Inn. Gardens: Wander the property, with over 25,000 plants and flowers along with our vegetable garden there is plenty to enjoy
The Inn at St. Peters
1668 Greenwich Rd
Dining Room : Savour seasonal gourmet cuisine in our 55 seat restaurant where our Chefs use the abundant natural resources of the Island along with produce from our own gardens. At the Inn you dine a la carte selecting your dinner from our ever changing menu. Gourmet Magazine (we are in their cookbook!), Chatelaine and Enroute Magazine have all featured the Inn's dining room and put it on their must visit list. Staying with us? Dinner packages are available for our room guests (see our dining page for more information). Inn: If you decide to join us for dinner, wonderful! If not, the Inn is still yours to enjoy. Watch the sunset from the screened in verandah off the Inn's Great Room (perfect for those times that the skies are watering our flowers), order a drink at the bar or select a book and lose yourself in the serenity of the Inn. Gardens: Wander the property, with over 25,000 plants and flowers along with our vegetable garden there is plenty to enjoy
Located inside the local gas bar in Morell, PE
Pei Liquor
7621 St Peters Rd
Located inside the local gas bar in Morell, PE

Automotive

Car repair Propane refills
Morell Automotive Center
14 Coffin Road
Car repair Propane refills
Johnny's Service Centre
5663 Saint Peters Road
Car repair

Shopping and souvenirs

Beautiful shop with unique items
Freckles and Porcelain
5599 St Peters Rd
Beautiful shop with unique items
The best local spot to find maps, get directions and learn all about our local events
PE Visitor Information Ctr
1915 Saint Peters Road
The best local spot to find maps, get directions and learn all about our local events
Not only a local library, but also a place for any copies, printing or internet access.
St. Peters Public Library
1968 Cardigan Road
Not only a local library, but also a place for any copies, printing or internet access.
Local post office in St Peter's Bay to mail all your postcards and letters from
Canada Post
5527 Saint Peters Road
Local post office in St Peter's Bay to mail all your postcards and letters from
Local post office outlet for all your postal needs
Canada Post
Local post office outlet for all your postal needs

Neighbourhoods

The village of Morell is located in Kings County in the eastern portion of the Island. It was incorporated in 1953 and has a population of just over 300. Morell is an excellent centrally located service area with most of the services a traveller may require including groceries and other supplies. The Confederation Trail, Prince Edward Island's portion of the Trans Canada Trail, passes through Morell and follows the shoreline and crosses the mouth of the Morell River on a 235 foot long bridge. The Morell River is a popular trout and salmon fishing stream. Visitors will find an information centre, art gallery, cycling and paddling outfitter. A visit to the nearby Red Head Harbour will provide an up-close look at the Island's fishing and aquaculture industries, and it is possible to buy fresh fish at the seafood outlet there. Morell is located within the Points East Coastal Drive day tour region.
Morell
The village of Morell is located in Kings County in the eastern portion of the Island. It was incorporated in 1953 and has a population of just over 300. Morell is an excellent centrally located service area with most of the services a traveller may require including groceries and other supplies. The Confederation Trail, Prince Edward Island's portion of the Trans Canada Trail, passes through Morell and follows the shoreline and crosses the mouth of the Morell River on a 235 foot long bridge. The Morell River is a popular trout and salmon fishing stream. Visitors will find an information centre, art gallery, cycling and paddling outfitter. A visit to the nearby Red Head Harbour will provide an up-close look at the Island's fishing and aquaculture industries, and it is possible to buy fresh fish at the seafood outlet there. Morell is located within the Points East Coastal Drive day tour region.
Watch the glorious sunset over St. Peter's Bay. The community is only minutes from the breathtaking Greenwich Dunes in Greenwich Prince Edward Island National Park, where the rich history of St. Peter's can be traced through Aboriginal, French, Acadian, Scottish, Irish, and English settlers. St. Peter's now offers shopping, theatre, waterfront walking and cycling along the Confederation Trail. A rich history is described on the community website. Confederation Trail The 15 km stretch of trail between Morell and St. Peter's Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque the island has to offer. Winding along the shoreline, the trail crosses the mouth of the Morell River on a 235 foot long bridge, provides a breath-taking view of Greenwich National Park across the water, and passes by a myriad of mussel socks in St. Peter's Bay before arriving at St. Peter's Landing. A Visitor Information Centre is located in the Community. Information and help for visitors.
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Saint Peters Bay
6 yerel halk öneriyor
Watch the glorious sunset over St. Peter's Bay. The community is only minutes from the breathtaking Greenwich Dunes in Greenwich Prince Edward Island National Park, where the rich history of St. Peter's can be traced through Aboriginal, French, Acadian, Scottish, Irish, and English settlers. St. Peter's now offers shopping, theatre, waterfront walking and cycling along the Confederation Trail. A rich history is described on the community website. Confederation Trail The 15 km stretch of trail between Morell and St. Peter's Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque the island has to offer. Winding along the shoreline, the trail crosses the mouth of the Morell River on a 235 foot long bridge, provides a breath-taking view of Greenwich National Park across the water, and passes by a myriad of mussel socks in St. Peter's Bay before arriving at St. Peter's Landing. A Visitor Information Centre is located in the Community. Information and help for visitors.

City/town information

The Town of Montague, located in Kings County, was incorporated in 1917 and has a population of 2,000. Marketed as "Montague The Beautiful" because of the tranquil river running through the town, the lovely tree-lined streets and the stately heritage homes, Montague has all of the necessary services to help with your travel needs. In the heart of Montague is the wharf and marina. Enjoy the boardwalk which runs along the waterfront and is part of the Confederation Trail. There is plenty of parking and there is a ramp for wheelchair access. While in Montague be sure and visit the Harvey Moore Waterfowl Park, a haven for migrating birds such as Canada geese and black ducks. A pleasant one-hour trail meanders its way through the park, taking you through various woodland types and open fields. At the Roma Historic Site enjoy the scenery, try out the walking trails, and explore the exhibits. This Historical Recreation of the first French Settlement offers the pioneer experience and guided heritage tours. This settlement is being reconstructed to bring us back in time. Montague is part of the Points East Coastal Drive daytour region.
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Montague
18 yerel halk öneriyor
The Town of Montague, located in Kings County, was incorporated in 1917 and has a population of 2,000. Marketed as "Montague The Beautiful" because of the tranquil river running through the town, the lovely tree-lined streets and the stately heritage homes, Montague has all of the necessary services to help with your travel needs. In the heart of Montague is the wharf and marina. Enjoy the boardwalk which runs along the waterfront and is part of the Confederation Trail. There is plenty of parking and there is a ramp for wheelchair access. While in Montague be sure and visit the Harvey Moore Waterfowl Park, a haven for migrating birds such as Canada geese and black ducks. A pleasant one-hour trail meanders its way through the park, taking you through various woodland types and open fields. At the Roma Historic Site enjoy the scenery, try out the walking trails, and explore the exhibits. This Historical Recreation of the first French Settlement offers the pioneer experience and guided heritage tours. This settlement is being reconstructed to bring us back in time. Montague is part of the Points East Coastal Drive daytour region.
Situated amidst an absolutely stunning seascape vista which provides visitors with an array of impressive views, Souris serves as the economic hub of Eastern Kings County. Heavily dependant on both land and sea which aids in preserving the rich farming and fishing traditions of the region, Souris residents maintain a very comfortable rural lifestyle that serves to enhance the community’s charm. The Basin Head Fisheries Museum gives visitors a glimpse into the regions history while the neighbouring white sand beach is one of the province`s finest. As well, numerous retail stores, restaurants and public services are available in town while a ferry service offers transportation to Les Iles-de-la-Madeleine.
Souris
Situated amidst an absolutely stunning seascape vista which provides visitors with an array of impressive views, Souris serves as the economic hub of Eastern Kings County. Heavily dependant on both land and sea which aids in preserving the rich farming and fishing traditions of the region, Souris residents maintain a very comfortable rural lifestyle that serves to enhance the community’s charm. The Basin Head Fisheries Museum gives visitors a glimpse into the regions history while the neighbouring white sand beach is one of the province`s finest. As well, numerous retail stores, restaurants and public services are available in town while a ferry service offers transportation to Les Iles-de-la-Madeleine.