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PEI Bed and Breakfast operators offer a selection of superior quality B&B's to make your time on Prince Edward Island truly memorable. Many of the Inns have a rich history and display unique and beautiful architecture from PEI's past fitted with the most modern of conveniences. Choose from town or city, waterfront and idyllic country settings, they all come with the best of Island hospitality and Breakfast with a gourmet touch. Visit www.peisland.com for a complete list of PEI accommodations.
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PEI has many quality Motels and Hotels right across the Island. The accommodation industry is well developed to provide comfortable and affordable care for our many summer and business visitors. Choose from town or city, waterfront and country properties. Visit the Peisland tourism portal for a complete list of PEI accommodations.

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Prince Edward Island has 6 tourism zones. You will notice in the listings (see below) there is a heading called "Region" which has numbers ranging from 1 to 6. These numbers correspond with the numbers we placed on the "tourism zone map" (located to your right).

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Daily Range  Name / Link  Region  Stars  Units    Pic/Info
$37-$115 White Sands Cottages and Ca... 3 2.5 55 View
$40-$99 New London Bay Motel 3 2.5 10 View
$50-$75 Mulberry Motel 2 N/A 40 View
$50-$85 Summerside Motel and Restau... 2 2.5 24 View
$55-$116 Sunny King Motel 4 2.5 40 View
$59-$250 Cavendish Motel - Close to ... 3 3.0 46 View
$60-$119 Canada's Best Value Inn and... 4 3.0 25 View
$65-$150 Brackley Beach North Winds ... 3 N/A 68 View
$72-$135 Winfield Motel 4 2.5 16 View
$75-$99 Rollo Bay Inn 5 3.0 20 View
$75-$120 Pines Motel and Cottages 3 2.5 17 View
$79-$125 North River Motel 4 2.5 22 View
$85-$265 Stanley Bridge Country Reso... 3 4.0 54 View
$85-$520 Rodd Hotels 4 4.0 1500 View
$89-$239 Inn at the Pier 3 4.0 18 View
$95-$299 Delta Prince Edward 4 4.5 211 View
$135-$359 The Great George 4 4.5 53 View

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PEIsland Motels and Hotels Site

This PEI Motel and Hotel site is designed to help you find the perfect Motel, Hotel or other property for your vacation on Prince Edward Island. The Motels and Hotels on the site are listed by price and include seasonal low and high rates. You will find links to the PEIsland.com portal where you will find a complete list of Bed and Breakfast & Inns, B&B’s, Motels, Hotels, Resorts, Beach and Summer homes as well as events, businesses and attractions -- all the information you need to conveniently plan your PEI vacation.

The Prince Edward Island Motel and Hotel industry is well developed with a variety of accommodations available in each part of the province covering all price ranges from budget to 4 star executive. PEI is divided into 6 tourist areas:

Hills and Harbours

Hills and Harbours – is located in the Southeast Corner and features a scenic coastal drive, shallow warm water bays, is the center of Scotch culture, and has some of PEI’s finest cruising waters for boaters. Five fine golf courses are in the area including the Brudenell Golf resort, Avondale and the 2 premiere 9 hole golf courses in the province, Belfast Highland Greens and Eagles View. An interpretive centre and museum is located on the "hands on" depiction of 19th century life at Orwell Corner Pioneer Village. For information on PEI Bed and Breakfast & Inns and accommodations in the Hills and Harbours Tourism Region area visit PEIsland.com . The PEI to Nova Scotia ferry leaves from Wood Islands and takes about 75 minutes to cross; many visitors come to PEI across the Confederation Bridge and leave via the Ferry. The region features many well maintained lighthouses that are open to the public; visit Point Prim Canada’s oldest round brick lighthouse, Wood Islands Lighthouse, Panmure Island Lighthouse, and The Cape Bear Lighthouse.

It was at Cape Bear where the first distress signal from the Titanic was received. Some of PEI’s finest warm water beaches are in this area along Orwell Bay. One of the best bird watching spots for The Great Blue Heron is found on the tidal flats at the Lord Selkirk Park. The Hills and Harbours Tourist area is rich is tradition and heritage with sites such as The Sir Andrew MacPhail Homestead and the DeRoma settlement.

Bays and Dunes

Bays and Dunes – is located in the Northeast corner and again features a scenic coastal drive. The north shore is dotted with small fishing villages and has one of the finest tuna fishing ports at North Lake. It also is the home of the world renowned Links at Crowbush Cove golf course. The Elmira railway museum is a must see and while visiting take a hike along the scenic Confederation Trail that runs beside it. Visit the Greenwich Dunes and its interpretation centre at the National Park. For complete information on PEI Bed and Breakfast & Inns and accommodations in the Bays and Dunes Tourism Region area visit PEIsland.com.

Annes's Land

Anne’s Land – is located along the North Shore of PEI and is the most heavily developed tourism region in PEI. The PEI National Park runs the length of the region. It features many fine new 18 hole golf courses and attractions such as Sandspit and Rainbow Valley. For evening entertainment of course there are venues like Catherine MacKinnon’s newly renovated "Carmody Comedy Barn" or during the day you might like to try some deep sea fishing. For complete information on PEI Bed and Breakfast & Inns and accommodations in the Anne's Land, Anne of Green Gables Tourism Region area visit PEIsland.com.

Charlotte's Shore

Charlotte’s Shore – is located along the South Shore of PEI and includes Charlottetown, PEI’s capital city. After exiting The Confederation Bridge visitors enter Gateway Village, a collection of 20 shops and restaurants hosting a modern visitor information center. Charlotte’s Shore features rolling hills, redcliffes and shallow water red sand beaches. Each year thousands of people come to PEI to take part in "Old Home Week" and its 10 days of harness racing at the "Charlottetown Driving Park". For complete information on PEI Bed and Breakfast & Inns and accommodations in the Charlotte’s Shore Tourism Region visit PEIsland.com.

Ship to Shore

Ship to Shore – is located West of Malpeque Bay and is home to Summerside, PEI’s second city and the Evangeline district which is home to PEI’s Acadian population. In Summerside the world famous College of Piping is located where students from around the world come to fine tune their accomplishments on the bagpipes. A visit to this area is not complete without visiting Le Village in Mont Carmel and the Mi’Kmaq Centre on Lennox Island. For complete information on PEI Bed and Breakfast & Inns and accommodations in the Ship to Shore Tourism Region visit PEIsland.com.

Sunsets and Seascapes

Sunsets and Seascapes – is the most westerly section of PEI and is where the Atlantic Canada Wind Turbine test site is located at Kildare Capes. Predominantly a farming and fishing community the PEI Potato Museum is aptly situated in O’Leary. At Miminegash near the home of a Canadian legend "Stompin Tom Connors" you can visit the Irish Moss interpretive centre. And if you are driving the coastal hiway you might come across horses in the water gathering the moss that is used as a thickener in such things as ice cream. For complete information on PEI Bed and Breakfast & Inns and accommodations in the Sunsets and Seascapes Tourism Region visit PEIsland.com More PEI Hotels .