Places to stay in Souris, Prince Edward Island
We currently have 22 accommodations in and around Souris with other regional listings available for Hotels, Campgrounds, Inns, Motor Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Souris is a unique town on the Eastern end of Prince Edward Island, the gateway to "Iles-de-la-Madeleine". You'll see long white sandy beaches, roughed coastlines and green rolling hills. At the start of the town you will find a beautiful beach where you not only can swim and relax with a picnic but clam dig for your supper. Also, for your pleasure are kayak and bike rentals. Local dining options include Evergreen Cafe, Bluefin Restaurant, 21 Breakwater Restaurant, and The Lobster Shack.
Wondering where to stay? The town is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Souris is located close to Cross River, Lot 46, Martins Pond, Reynolds Creek and Narrows Point.
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Selected and best reviewed properties in Souris
this was a very restful experience the room was clean and the area nice and quiet.we had a terrific rest ,the staff were very helpful while we stayed . it was nice to stay in a place that was so friendly and also the towns people were very nice . i would recommend this place and if i ever get .....
More about the areas accommodations and tourism
The Port of Souris is also fishing station, a commercial shipping port and an inter-provincial ferry terminus, making the Port a focal point of economic activity on the Eastern end of Prince Edward Island.
Other local Souris information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -62°15'6.6027
- Latitude: 46°21'17.927
- Website of the town of Souris.
Things to see and do
Dundarave Golf Course
Located at P.O. Box 39. This red sandstone, 18-hole championship golf course designed by award winning architects, Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, opened July 1999. The course offers an appealing blend of traditional and contemporary architectural designs with some of the most memorable bunkering patterns in all of golf. Expansive fairways lined with luscious pines and the tranquil Brudenell River meander through some of the most stunning beauty that PEI has to offer.
Located at 2518 East Point Road (Hwy 16). Lift your spirits! The whole family can enjoy a different kind of experience at the Kingsboro Labyrinth, a two mouthed Baltic Wheel Labyrinth, or Goddess Labyrinth, patterned after The Rad in Germany. Mystical. or Spiritual. or Meditative. or just for fitness, the turf path leads you on a meander through the meadow at the bottom of the field at the Singing Sands Inn. The grass verge keeps you on the mowed path as you follow its circular course. Over 160 ft. in diameter, it is the largest Classical (Baltic type) grass turf labyrinth in North America. Eleven circuits spiral in to the central goal. Return the way you came in or take the shorter spiraling exit. Somehow you can't help feeling refreshed after the experience! The distance covered walking all the paths is about one kilometer. Only an hour from Charlottetown on Highway 16, 11 km East of Souris, just past the turn-off to Basin Head and the Singing Sands Beach.
Souris is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Souris West Motel, Souris West
- Chateau Bayfield, 8690 North Side Road
- Country Store and Rentals, 612 Route 2 Souris West