• Comfort

    Just like HOME

    Love to travel but don't like having a cold hotel room?
    Stay with us and you will feel warm and cozy with our beautiful sunrises to evening bonfires just like home.

  • Enjoy

    our little slice of heaven

    Fully furnished deck with stairs, bench, table with umbrella and chairs
    All you need to relax and enjoy our warm summer nights.

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  • Guesthouse

    Savor the Guesthouse

    If a Guesthouse is all you need, then come and share our Island hospitality, right in the middle of PEI with a continental breakfasts, upon requests enjoyed at our Island kitchen or on our decks overlooking our pastures.

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  • Discover

    Experience Something in PEI

    Conveniently located adjacent to the picturesque village of Hunter River in central PEI. Nearby surroundings include, a bank, a pharmacy, a gas station/convenience store, a school/playground, a library, a restaurant/bakery, Harmony House Theatre, and entrance to Confederation Trail #154.5 and we're located on Highway #2 this means easy access to the Island and its' most popular sights and famous attractions

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Welcome to Greenvale Meadows Guesthouse

Treat yourself to a great experience at Greenvale Meadows Guesthouse, where the family atmosphere is embellished by the owners love of entertaining. Your hosts offer invaluable guidance regarding local attractions and events in a country setting. Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, we're open seven days a week, Year Round! Your Hosts: Marie and Gerrit Wolters, Thank-you for your patronage and we hope you have a wonderful holiday. Drive-bys are always welcome!

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Rolling fields & beautiful coast

Because of Prince Edward Island's irregular shape and countless bays and inlets, a trip along our coast delivers new vistas at every turn. Charming communities, each with its own unique flavour, are tucked away, their secret treasures quietly awaiting discovery. Touring our three coastal drives is the perfect way to explore the Island's diverse landscape and history while meeting lots of great people along the way.

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Confederation trails

The Confederation Trail is Prince Edward Island's tip-to-tip trail. It was developed on abandoned railway lines and passes by wetlands and hardwood groves, through quaint villages and along sparkling rivers. Prince Edward Island became the first province in Canada to complete its section of the Trans Canada Trail. Since then Island communities have been working to complete various sections across the province. The Confederation Trail offers a Cycling Guide will help you plan your cycling vacation on the Confederation Trail.

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Cavendish Beach

Cavendish shoreline offers miles of white sandy beaches. With its warm waters and impressive sand dunes, it’s little wonder that Cavendish Beach is a favourite with tourists and locals alike. The beaches are perfect for a refreshing swim, building sand castles, or lying on the sand and watching the clouds go by. They are the perfect setting for long romantic walks and glorious sunsets. One of the favourite local pastimes is taking a blanket to the beach during the evening hours and stretching out to watch the stars!

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Fit for a king

No visit to PEI is complete without a visit to a PEI lobster supper. Offering up only the freshest of everything. From lobster served the Island way – Straight from their own lobster 1 pound on site, holding upwards of 20,000 lbs lobster where a continuous flow of frigid salt water ensures the quality of your meal. To our potatoes, because everyone knows nothing beats an Island potato.

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