at Greenwich PEI
Peninsula has become the focus of naturalists from around
the world, with the 1999 opening of the new Greenwich,
Prince Edward Island National Park. The Inn at St. Peters
is the nearest available accommodation to these four hundred
hectares of undisturbed sand dunes, wetlands and forests.
visitors are fascinated by the massive parabolic dunes
of Greenwich, constantly in motion and unique in North
America. The National Park also provides access to spectacular
north shore beaches. A state-of-the-art, interactive Interpretation
Centre is located nearby.
digs on Greenwich peninsula have unearthed centuries of
artifacts, evolving through numerous Aboriginal cultures
to the 1700s when "St. Pierre du Nord" was a large Acadian
settlement. Today, it is we who are privileged to live
in this area so blessed by Nature.
us for the many festivities that take place in and around
St. Peters Bay, including such annual favorites as the
Annual Rollo Bay Fiddlers Festival and the Souris Regatta.
Or take a short drive to Charlottetown for the Festival
of the Fathers, the New Old Home Week Provincial Exhibition
and shopping at the many fine shops and boutiques.
"Nicest Inn we've ever been in. Great food, beautiful
view and the best service."
&Kathleen B., John T., Toronto, Ontario
visiting New Brunswick, we
recommend accommodations at the
on the Cove in Saint John on the
edge of the majestic Bay of Fundy.