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The Coach House is a cozy self-contained suite with a private entrance, backyard and parking. Located in Picton this unique space has a county charm and local artisan flair. A short walk to the harbor and Picton's Main Street restaurants/shopping. Also, located close to Sandbanks Provincial Park, local wineries, cheese factories and art galleries. The Coach House is perfect for couple or small family. The home has air conditioning for the warm summer nights!
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Nestled in the trees on the edge of the charming village of Bloomfield, you'll find this delightful century home aptly named County Escape on Corey. This cottage accommodates a maximum of 6 persons age 10 and over, additional sleeping for 2 more persons age 9 and under (local by-law 4518-2019). Cleaning is included. Linens are NOT included but can be added for a fee. PLEASE READ BELOW FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SPACE AND AMENITIES:Accommodates a maximum of 6 persons age 10 and over, ...
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Pastel colours, tons of natural light and a bit of bohemian flare are what make up this zen little cottage. It is the perfect space to come back to after a long day at the beach, wine touring or visiting some of our unique local eateries! This home is conveniently located on a dead end street within walking distance to the town of Picton.
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Your guide to Prince Edward
All About Prince Edward
Located on the eastern shores of Lake Ontario, the community of Prince Edward — not to be confused with the province of Prince Edward Island to the east — is known for its magnificent beaches and picturesque sand dunes reaching over 80 feet high. Boating, fishing, and swimming are just a few ways to enjoy the natural beauty of Sandbanks Provincial Park on Lake Ontario, and there are more than 300 bird species to spot in the wider region, from songbirds to hawks.
But the scenery isn’t the only thing to note here. The region’s thriving food scene focuses on fresh local seafood, including salmon. And with more than 35 wineries, you’ll also find plenty of places to try cool-climate varieties such as pinot noir and chardonnay. The Arts Trail features the work of ceramics specialists, photographers, and painters all over the region — just follow the blue signs.
How do I get around Prince Edward?
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is around two hours and 15 minutes from Prince Edward County. Three hours away, Ottawa International Airport (YOW) offers another option for flying into the area. From either airport, you can rent a car or catch a bus to Belleville, from where you can take a Deseronto Transit bus into the towns of Picton or Bloomfield in Prince Edward County. Once you have arrived in Prince Edward, the best way to get around is by car. However, there are no car rental services in the county, so it’s advisable to rent a car at the airport or in Belleville. Taxi services are very limited.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Prince Edward?
The weather in southern Ontario is cool and temperate, with four distinct seasons. The summer months are an excellent time to look for cottage rentals in Prince Edward County, as you can expect pleasant temperatures for hiking or spending a day at the beach. In spring, you can enjoy tree blossoms and the Spring Birding Festival, which includes guided walks at the Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory. Fall offers even more events and festivals like the Sandbanks Music Festival in September and the Fall Countylicious in November, which is a curated celebration of local food and drink. During the winter, enjoy the peaceful atmosphere as snow covers the trees and hillsides, but come prepared with waterproof boots and a warm coat.
What are the top things to do in Prince Edward?
Sandbanks Provincial Park
Located on Lake Ontario’s northern shore, Sandbanks Provincial Park has some of Ontario’s best beaches, where people come to swim, fish, and sail. Six walking trails make it easy to explore wetland habitats and magnificent sand dunes. While the park is open all year long, during the summer months you can join in educational programs like guided hikes for all ages.
National Air Force Museum of Canada
Just 30 minutes away in Trenton, the National Air Force Museum of Canada has an extensive collection of Royal Canadian Air Force memorabilia. Exhibits and interactive displays create a timeline from the first flight to the present day, with more than 35 aircraft on-site to see up close. You can even visit the museum’s restoration shop to get a look at the process of rebuilding a vintage plane.
Approximately 100 handcrafted birdhouses sit atop individual poles to form what is known as Birdhouse City, located in the Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area. Each one is a miniature replica of a building in Prince Edward County. Many of these birdhouses also have QR codes that provide historical information about the corresponding buildings.