Places to stay in North Bedeque, Prince Edward Island
We currently have 13 accommodations in and around North Bedeque with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, Hotels, Motels, Inns and other properties.
Places to eat in the region include Tim Hortons, Starlite Diner, Water Street Bakery And Deli, and Jade Garden Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, North Bedeque is located close to Lot 25, Gardiner Shore, Southwest Brook, McDonald Point and Kelvin.
Looking for somewhere to eat? Locate North Bedeque dining.
Bed & Breakfast located 1km from the center of North Bedeque.
A restful night's sleep can be enjoyed in the queen bed that has matching night tables and dresser. Check out the wood inlay table that Arno designed and made. The intricate design took many hours to plan and complete.
North Bedeque, Prince Edward Island
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- Longitude: -63°42'11.464
- Latitude: 46°22'33.055
Sandspit - Cavendish
In the heart of Prince Edward Island, Sandspit Cavendish Beach is an exciting day of fun for all ages. Sandspit is the largest Amusement Park in Prince Edward Island, boasting over 18 attractions. Sanspit features a huge rollercoaster, Can-AM go-kart track, miniature golf, bumper boats, many classic family rides, and so much more! Purchase an all day bracelet and ride the rides as much as you want, or for an even better value buy one of our new Slide and Ride passes: valid at Sandspit and Shining Waters for a whole week or the whole season!
Green Park Shipbuilding Museum - Port Hill
Tyne Valley is home to the Shipbuilding Museum and Historic Yeo House, which delves into the shipbuilding industry here via an interpretive centre, a gift shop, a replicated version of a shipyard and the former residence of James Yeo Jr., a successful shipbuilder during the bustling years of this now decrepit industry. The Green Park Provincial Park is where the formerly active shipyard existed, offering walking trails and activities for both children and adults. Tyne Valley also offers fine-dining, and is just minutes from the Shellfish Museum.
Sandspit Amusements - Cavendish Beach - 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.
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