Places to stay in Borden-Carlton, Prince Edward Island

We currently have 13 accommodations in and around Borden-Carlton with other regional listings available for Motels, Campsites, Hotels, Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Borden-Carleton is a village on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, fronting on the Northumberland Strait. It was originally created with the merging of two towns, Borden and Carletown. It is now the main entry point into PEI for visitors using the Confederation Bridge. Local dining options include Bites Cafe.

Wondering where to stay? The town is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Borden-Carlton is located close to McKays Pond, St. Peters Island Bar, Matt Brook, Réserve nationale de faune du Cap-Jourimain and Birch Point.

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The Carleton Motel & Coffee Shop

Photograph of Carleton Motel & Coffee Shop, Borden-Carlton
Updated with modern queen size hotel grade beds. Eight kitchen or efficiency units with fridge, stove/microwave, pots, pans, etc for preparing your own meals. Fridge in all units including overnight units. All units are nonsmoking. Backyard with quiet seating for reading and relaxation. Cable .....

Other local Borden-Carlton information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -63°41'31.783
  • Latitude: 46°15'13.545

Things to see and do

Art Gallery of Anne Gallant

Located at 59B Broadway Street North. Original Paintings by Island artist Anne Gallant. Also available are prints on canvas (giclee), matted prints, framed prints and calendars. Visit her site at

The Studio Gallery

Located at 2 Howard Street. For 15 years The Studio Gallery has featured the etching studio of Doreen Foster and the work of artists from Prince Edward Island— particularly from the Victoria and surrounding area.

The Prince Edward Island Acadian Museum

Located at Route 2. One of seven Museum and Heritage PEI sites. Heritage passports available. Follow the odyssey of Island Acadians from 1720 to present. Discover treasures related to the Acadians' 300-year presence on Prince Edward Island. View our highly rated video and marvel at the paintings in the Galerie Claude Picard.

Sandspit Amusements - Cavendish Beach

Located at RR#1 Hunter River PEI. Enjoy over 16 rides and attractions for all ages, including the Cyclone roller-coaster, Can-Am racers, 60-ft. ferris wheel, carousel, bumper-boats, tilt-a-whirl, scrambler, train, bumper-cars, Rok' 'n' Roll, miniature golf and seven children's attractions. Professionally designed and with immaculately maintained grounds and landscaping.

Empire Studio 5

Located at 130 Ryan Street. Empire Theatres Limited, Atlantic Canada's undisputed leader in film exhibition. Empire Theatres will operate 19 cinema complexes totaling 131 screens in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. Empire Fact - We were the first cinema chain in Atlantic Canada to offer curved screens, automatic ticketeting machines, digital sound, and cupholders

Haunted Mansion

Located at 81 Victoria Street. A Fun Time Haunt Experience! Visit the Mad Doctor’s very spooky Haunted Mansion! Open mid June to mid September, regular season, and Late October for the big, scary Halloween Haunted House event! Thrills, chills and laughs for all ages! Investigate a haunting in a Tudor mansion! Explore the creepy old cellar if you dare! Discover secret gardens with ponds, streams, & water falls! We’ll save you a plot for you in our gardens when you’re finished!

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