Places to stay in Victoria, Prince Edward Island

We currently have 14 accommodations in and around Victoria with other regional listings available for Hotels, Motels, Campgrounds, Bed & Breakfasts and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:

The village of Victoria is tucked neatly on the south shore of the Island, halfway between Charlottetown and Summerside Places to eat in the region include Bites Cafe.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby motels. If you are travelling in the area, Victoria is located close to Lot 16, Lot 26, Pinette River, Shag Rock and Douse Point.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Victoria

The Orient Hotel

Photograph of Orient Hotel, Victoria
Amenities include color cable TV, free wireless internet, overhead ceiling fans and in room phones. A full hot breakfast is served each morning in our dining room. Discover Prince Edward Island using this central location as your base. Off-season, weekly and special three day rates available upon .....

The Victoria Village Inn

Photograph of Victoria Village Inn, Victoria
Victoria Village Inn was built in the late 1800's for a sea captain. Plank floors and Victorian charm make it a delightful place. Relax in one of our four spacious guestrooms, all with private baths. Join chef Stephen Hunter at our Inn restaurant and sample some of the Islands best seafood. Enjoy a .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Over the years the community has had many businesses and facilities including a bank, a rink, general stores, a fox farm, a blacksmith shop, and a farm equipment dealer. The rink was home to the Victoria Union's, one of the most successful hockey teams in the Maritimes. When the Trans-Canada Highway bypassed Victoria many businesses and facilities relocated to nearby Crapaud. Today, with a year-round population of under two hundred, there are a number of family-run businesses employing local people, just as there were in the prosperous years up to the 1950's.

Visitors can get a true sense of the history of the village by viewing the exhibit Keeper's of the Light at the Victoria Seaport Museum, which is located in Palmer's Range Light. You can also stroll the tree-lined streets that were laid out in the 1860's, dine in a sea captain's house or sample handmade chocolates in one of the former general stores, attend a play in the historic community hall or watch the lobster fishers land their catch on the wharf.

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Things to see and do

Confederation Centre Art Gallery

Located at 145 Richmond Street. Explore and enjoy the creativity of Canadian artists at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery.

Mermaid Art Gallery

Located at 131 Grafton Street. Charlottetown's Favourite Gallery, actively promoting the work of local and regional artists by offering original art.

Founders’ Hall

Located at 6 Prince Street. Founders’ Hall is located in a restored 1906 building that was formerly a CN rail car repair shop on the Historic Charlottetown Waterfront.

Province House National Historic Site of Canada

Located at 165 Richmond Street. The birthplace of Confederation and the seat of Prince Edward Island's provincial legislature since 1847, Province House National Historic Site stands as a landmark in Charlottetown.

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.

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