Suites of Euston, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Suites of Euston is a guest house located in Charlottetown. Designed in 1875 by prominent Charlottetown architect Richard Weeks and completed in 1878 by contractor William Wright for the owner Joseph William Mitchell, this three storey brick cottage with mansard roof has been lovingly restored and updated. Take a step back in time and experience the full splendor of the newly designated heritage building "Suites of Euston". Wireless Internet now available.
Local dining options close to Suites of Euston include The Old Triangle Irish Alehouse, Baba's Lounge / Cedars Eatery, The Big Orange Lunchbox, and Maple Grille.
Reviews for Suites of Euston, Charlottetown
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Wed 03 Aug 2011
Negatives: Not very clean, bad odour, overcrowded, and things were in poor repair.
Comments: Very poor acomadations. Owner took credit card which I assumed was to hold the room. He put three nights on the card which is what I expected to stay. I never did see any staff. The owner, Todd, promised to repay the amount for the 2 nights that we decided not to stay. No refund as of February, 2012
Fri 10 Jul 2009
Fri 12 Jun 2009
We found the accommodations acceptable at best. This is a rooming house not a B&B, guest house or inn. We observed that generally young people use it for a room. If you stay here, you will not meet the owners who do not live on the premises. They leave key in the mail box and you are on your own from there.
I'm glad we only had it reserved for one night.
Todd from Wisconsin
Sun 01 Jul 2007
Comments: we had a great time thank you todd
All units have shower, kitchenette, telephone and cable TV. Some have fireplaces as well. Coin laundry on site. Off street parking is available.
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Location details / directions
Located at 155 Euston Street, near University Avenue, it is a short walk to Province House National Historic Site, Confederation Centre of the Arts, craft shops, Victoria Park and Beaconsfield House Museum.
Prices should be used as a guide only and may vary with room and dates chosen. Lower pricing may be available via booking system | Please note all distances are approximate, and may not reflect driving or travel distances.