6 Regions to discover
Discover beauty + inspiration from east to west
Rural charm meets culinary delights
Nothing will make you appreciate Island cultural and culinary experiences more than hosting your meeting in one of the small communities located “Down East.” Home to Chef Michael Smith’s The Inn at Bay Fortune, Points East is also considered the wine and spirit capital of Prince Edward Island. Enough said!
The cultural hub of PEI
Charlottetown is hailed internationally as a foodie haven, a cultural capital, and a favourite coastal hangout. With the city’s laid back atmosphere and a plethora of delicious dining spots, it’s no wonder this seaside destination shines. Charlottetown’s proximity to world-class beaches, golf and theatre make it the ideal spot to bring your guests.
Where business meets pleasure
Anne of Green Gables™ is celebrated on the Island and may be the main attraction for many on their visit, Green Gables Shore offers much more and has everything you’d need for a successful meeting. With a choice of 11 golf courses, amusement parks, sea-kayaking, deep-sea fishing, and so much more, there is no shortage of fun and entertainment in Green Gables.
Red Sands Shore
A quintessential PEI experience
Graced with sandy beaches, charming towns, red cliffs, rolling hills, and the blue Northumberland Strait, the South Shore is practically paradise. Discover unspoiled corners of PEI as you meander along the curving roads and explore uncrowded coastlines. It simply doesn’t get much more peaceful than this pastoral region of PEI.
Bridging old and new
The port city of Summerside is the Island’s second largest city with the warmth and friendly feeling of a small town. It also offers 700 guest rooms, with almost 60,000 square feet of meeting space. Delegates can hike the tip-to-tip Confederation Trail that runs through the heart of the city or meander the 7-kilometre Baywalk along the harbour shoreline.
The Oyster Capital of PEI
The North Cape Coastal Drive, or “Up West” as we affectionately call it, is home to some of the most breath-taking vistas on PEI. It’s a place where rolling emerald hills give way to rugged red cliffs, and winding dirt roads lead to pristine sandy beaches. It’s also home to the world-famous oysters and a fiddle is never far out of reach.