Frequently Asked Questions
Can we bring our pets?
We have a no pet policy for our cottages.
Campground guests may bring their pets, as long as they stay on a leash and are cleaned up after.
Where are you located?
We are very centrally located. It's 30-35 minutes to Charlottetown, 35 minutes to Summerside, 35 minutes to Cavendish and only 20 minutes to the Confederation Bridge.
Do I have to bring towels?
We provide bath towels, hand towels, floor mats, and face cloths in our cottages. We do ask that you bring your own beach towels. There are washers and dryers available for use if you run out as well.
Can we have more than 6 people in a cottage if some are kids?
We evaluate this on a case-by-case basis. It would depend on the number of adults and the ages of the children.
What kind of coffee maker is in the cottage?
Each cottage has a traditional coffee maker. We provide the filters, you just need to bring your ground coffee.
Are there any pull-through campsites?
We only have back-in campsites.
What's your cancellation policy?
Cottages - Cancel over 30 days before your arrival date and you'll get your deposit back, less a 15% processing fee. If you cancel 30 days or less from your arrival date, you forfeit your deposit.
Campground - Cancel over 7 days before your arrival date and you'll get your deposit back, less a 15% processing fee. Cancel 7 or less from your arrival date and you forfeit your deposit.
What time is check-in and check-out?
Cottages Check-in 3:30pm or later
Cottages Check-out 10am
Campground Check-in 3pm or later
Campground Check-out 11am
Do the cottages have air conditioning?
There is no air conditioning in the cottages. Each bedroom has a ceiling fan as well as a pedestal fan. In PEI it generally always cools down at night and its not often that there isn't a breeze. We recommend opening up the windows at nighttime to cool the cottage down and closing the windows and curtains when the sun is hot.
Do you have a pool?
Unfortunately no, we don't have a pool. We are located right next to Argyle Shore Provincial Park with a beach for swimming. The water on the South Shore is warmer than the North Shore which makes it enjoyable for swimming.
Is the tap water safe to drink?
Yes! We have a UV light in our well and test the water regularly. Bring your reusable water bottles :)