100 Small Romantic
Hotels & Places

Come discover 100 of the most romantic small hotels and places in the world.


Romantic Places in Prince Edward Island

Red cliffs, sandy beaches, gentle drives and charming countryside scenes. The island, Canada’s smallest province, is the setting for Anne of Green Gables.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

This seaside capital of Prince Edward Island—named after King George III’s wife—includes Old Charlottetown, a leafy 19th century-era historic district. The Fathers of the Confederation met here to discuss the union of the British colonies.

Fairholm Inn & Carriage House

230 Prince St., Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Recently restored mid-19th century landmark mansion. Listed as a National Historic Site, the citation reads: “This superb Picturesque villa is one of the finest homes built in pre-Confederation Canada.”

T: +1 902 892-5022. 7 room b&b. US$ 110-

Prince Edward Island National Park

Dunes, walks, and red-sand beaches popular with summertime swimmers.

Dalvay by the Sea

York, Prince Edward Island National Park

Once the 19th century Tudor-style summer home of a Standard Oil President, Dalvay is now a National Historic Site and part of Prince Edward Island National Park. This romantic hotel overlooks a lake and is a short walk from the beach.

T: +1 902 672-2048. 34 rooms. US$ 164-

Southwestern Prince Edward Island

Swimming, fishing, beachcombing, and woodside walks. Includes Cedar Dunes Provincial Park.

West Point Lighthouse

Rte. 14 O’Leary, West Point, Prince Edward Island

Located next to Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, this former lighthouse was converted into an inn, museum and restaurant. Most rooms have ocean views; ask for the Tower Room. You can walk to a beach.

T: +1 902 859-3605. 9 rooms. US$ 90-