New on Charlottetown’s food scene – the early 1900 décor will give you a bit of old and new! At Slaymaker & Nichols Gastro house the focus is on food & atmosphere and you won’t want to miss out!
Upstairs, you will find 3 renovated guest rooms – making this one of Charlottetown’s unique places to stay. The story behind the name?
In the spring of 1864, hoping to ride on the coattails of other larger circus’ Henry Slaymaker & William Nichols launched the Slaymaker & Nichols Olympic Circus. This circus rolled into Charlottetown In August 1864 and created quite the buzz throughout the city. The ironic part about this date is that the Fathers of Confederation were also in town with a great meeting that later became the formation of Canada. There was so much buzz around the circus that their arrival in the Charlottetown Harbour went unnoticed. To read more about the story, click on the link below.
About the 3 guest rooms
1. Miss Frank Nixon
2. General Scott
This suite features an Equestrian Style decor that is timeless, traditional and classic. An ode to the main attraction in the circus, the showpiece horse, the General Scott. Designed to put your feet up, listen to an old record or relax with a great novel. The room features a Queen bed, walk out patio, private bathroom with a cast iron clawfoot tub as well as a separate gorgeous shower with exquisite tile and brass accents.
3. Mlle Caroline
Tranquil, luxurious and romantic. The design of the suite was inspired by Mlle Caroline, the female trick rider in the circus, and a romantic idea of how she may have lived and prepared for her magnificent performances. The suite features a Queen bed, a comfortable seating area with a record player, lovely windows all around the room, but the highlight of this room is the spectacular bathroom. The ultimate space for relaxation and pampering. This room would be perfect for an anniversary, honeymoon, or just a special getaway.